Don't ever fall in love with your best friend!
Join a brand new generation of Friessens in New York Times and USA Today best-selling author Lorhainne Eckhart's Friessen Family series. In the latest book, two lifelong friends don't realize their love for each other.
Evie and Danny have been friends forever, and neither has considered the other in a romantic way. Then, one day, in drives Charlie Adams, the sexy, gorgeous daughter of the town banker. When she sets her sights on Danny, he just can't resist her charms.
Little does he know that Evie is about as down and out as she can get, working a dead-end job with less than 20 dollars in her bank account. Her future and options are bleak, and to make it worse, as she watches from the sidelines, she realizes she has loved Danny forever.
Will Danny realize that the love of his life may not be the woman he's dating?
The Friessen Family series reading order:
The Outsider series:
The Forgotten Child
A Baby and a Wedding (short story)
The Search (short story)
Overdue (short story)
The Unexpected Storm
The Friessens: A New Beginning series
The Price to Love
A Different Kind of Love
A Vow of Love
The Friessens series:
The Business Plan
Leave the Light On
In the Moment
In the Family, A Friessen Family Christmas
In the Silence
In the Stars
In the Charm
Ahh, young love!
Overall – 5
Performance – 5
Story – 5
I've been enjoying listening to several audiobooks by Lorhainne Eckhart recently. Even though I haven't read the Friessens series in order it really hasn't taken away from my enjoyment of the stories at all. This is my first audiobook performed by Jeana Rich and I thought she did a great job, much better than some of the other narrators of books in this series.
In the Stars brought back memories of falling in love when I was young. Danny and Evie seem so young but at that age you aren't just listening with your heart at times, if you get my drift. Danny and Evie have been friends forever but he is slow to realize that things are changing between them.
Evie is just a simple girl and she doesn't feel like she can compete with someone as sexy and gorgeous as Charlie Adams, who also happens to come from a rich family whereas hers is struggling. She steps aside and stops hanging around Danny.
What's that saying about not knowing what you had until it's gone? It takes that type of event to get Danny to wake up.
Like other books in this series, I could feel the family love the Friessens have for each other and I can see why readers can't get enough of this series. In the Stars is a sweet, but sexy (not explicit), story that's not too long but just right to listen to over a couple of evenings.
A review copy of this audiobook was provided to me but my review was voluntary and not influenced by the author.