Wednesday, April 19, 2017

Understudy by Cheyanne Young Audiobook Review



Kindle Edition, 3, 194 pages
Published February 14th 2014 by Cheyanne Young Books 
 Understudy is definitely an easy fun read.  This is one of those books that are full of predictable fun.  (The kind of book I read after having a really deep novel or story).  If you want depth this is not for you.  If you want unpredicatable again this one is not right.  But fun you got it.  

Story is basically girl meets bad boy.  Bad Boy and Girl have to work together.   Sparks fly.  The oh no moment.  Then do they get together.  Summed up in a little over a line.  But of course there is more.  

I found this story sweet how Wren and Derrick got together.  The teenage angst was in full gear throughout this fun book.  I just wish there was a little more suspense with them getting together.  (I know spoiler)  Plus how the adults acted was kind of odd.  Overall Ill give it an average 3.


As far as the performance goes I believe Stacey Glemboski was on point.  She had different voices for the characters and I could tell she was having fun while reading.  She made the story for me.  

"I was voluntarily provided this free review copy audiobook by the author, narrator, or publisher."

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