• Waiting for a Love Song

  • By: Jaime Clevenger
  • Narrated by: Abby Craden
  • Length: 8 hrs and 45 mins
  • 4.6 out of 5 stars (103 ratings)

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Waiting for a Love Song

By: Jaime Clevenger
Narrated by: Abby Craden
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Publisher's Summary

Jodi Burkitt is alone again. Her ex took everything with her—the friends, the fun, and the daughter that Jodi had loved like her own. She's got plenty to distract her from the empty days and nights, especially her latest home renovation project.

When Jodi discovers a hidden jewelry box in the walls of the home she's renovating, she turns to her ex's friend, librarian Michele Galveston, to help piece together the mystery inside the box.

Michele Galveston is anything but a quiet librarian—she sings in a local band and has a talent for never following anyone's rules but her own. Michele has a reputation for rarely staying with a woman for more than a few months and Jodi knows she should steer clear. But the closer they get to solving the mystery in the jewelry box, the closer Jodi and Michele get to each other.

Will Jodi risk her heart again—especially for someone as emotionally unavailable as Michele? And will Michele finally find a way to trust someone enough to share the secret she's kept hidden for so many years? With Jodi's wounded heart and Michele's love 'em and leave 'em history, it's likely that love songs and life might be two very different things.

Contains mature themes.

©2015 Jaime Clevenger (P)2022 Tantor
  • Unabridged Audiobook
  • Categories: Romance

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lost love

Lots of things going on with this story. There is an ill-fated love from 60 years ago, a slow burn that weaves in and out the entire story and many other challenging issues. Very enjoyable. Narrated by the great Abby Craden.

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Missed Jaime’s steam

Jaime writes some of the hottest sex scenes ever, but it was missing from this book. There’s was sex, but it seemed flat, & unexciting.
That being said, it was a sweet story, it just was missing that extra bump.

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meh

This is the first book I haven't finished by this author. Abby Craden was excellent as usual. The endless angst was, well endless. Hopefully the next book will be less angsty.

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I loved this storyline

Great narration, well developed and creative storyline. Characters amazing development. I cannot think of enough superlatives for the characters and their relationships developed here.

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love the author and narrator

this audiobook had me interested from the start. I enjoyed the storyline and the semi slow burn of the main characters. Abby Craden is always the best (how does she make everyone sound so desirable?) ok so I loved the book, BUT I didn't like the abrupt ending and there was also an abrupt weird surprise to the story about 80% of the way through the book... book would have been better if Michelle's surprise never happened? :) still, great listen by 2 talented women!

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not one of her best

not impressed. and the ending sucked. she could have done better with the ending.

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Make Mine Angst-Free

The relentless angst appears to have dazed the narrator and put this reader off women.

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  • 10-28-22

3.5 stars. Well narrated as always...

As always, Abby Craden does a remarkable job! The only thing that pulled me through certain oarts of the story was there voice and narration.
This isn't my first book by Jamie Clevenger, but it is my first audio book. Her books are entertaining and well written, as was this one, BUT for most if the book I disliked both the main characters. They just couldnt get their sh#@ togther and for very silly reasons. I don't want to spoil the story for anyone but there was one specific moment in the book that put me off Jody and both MC just needed to be open and honest with each other for things to work out pretty much a 1/3 into the story.
Last 35mins of the story was where the most useful stuff happens between Jody and Michelle. Secondary love story of JW and Alison was interesting if not drawn out.