Burning Moon: The laugh-out-loud romcom about the adventures of a jilted bride
- Narrated by: Carly Robins
- Length: 7 hrs and 58 mins
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Buy for $21.31
We promise this rom -com will make you laugh out loud! Again and again and again. Jo Watson's Burning Moon brings you laughter, adventure and a love story to give you the warm-and-fuzzies. Perfect for fans of Cate Woods' I Just Haven't Met You Yet, Joanna Bolouri's The List, The Bad Mother's Diary and Tracy Bloom. Chase your dreams. Dance under the stars. Fall in love at the festival of Burning Moon.
WARNING: Being jilted at the altar in front of 500 wedding guests can lead to irrational behaviour, such as going on your honeymoon to Thailand alone. On the way to paradise, symptoms may include getting arrested, setting yourself on fire, turning up on a 'Missing Poster' and going viral. Side-effects may include desert island stranding, star gazing and jungle trekking.
Recovery will lead to partying the night away at Burning Moon festival - and falling in love with the person you least expect...For more hilarious, romantic hijinks, look out for Jo's next unmissable rom-com, Almost A Bride.
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- Anonymous User
This was not my type of book and therefore could not get into it or enjoy it
Dont buy this book
What would have made Burning Moon: The laugh-out-loud romcom about the adventures of a jilted bride better?
It was too miserable. The main character is depressing to listen to, the book actually brings down your mood as you feel so sorry for this woman. That's not what I listen to books for!
Would you ever listen to anything by Jo Watson again?
not after hearing this
Did the narration match the pace of the story?
You didn’t love this book--but did it have any redeeming qualities?
The narrator had a good tone of voice
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1 person found this helpful