From a Readers’ Favorite Award-winning author and “queen of the family saga” (Aherman) comes The Parker Sisters, a new spin-off series of the Married in Montana series.
Twenty-six-year-old Ivy Parker is a nurse by day, but an unlikely attraction with a mysterious man will turn her world upside-down as she finds herself in The Dating Game.
The Parker Sisters
- Thrill of the Chase
- The Dating Game
- Play Hard to Get
- What We Can’t Have
- Go Your Own Way
This got all of my emotions involved.
The Dating Game is the second book in the Parker Sisters series. You could probably read this without reading book one first, but I think you’ll enjoy them more if you read the series in order.
I’ll start off with the narration. Teri Clark Linden has narrated a few other books by Ms. Eckhart. She really does a wonderful job and made listening to this story very enjoyable. I’m really picky about female narrators and she is one of the good ones.
I really loved this story. Ivy feels like she doesn’t measure up to her sisters – her two older ones are now married – and she’s self-conscious about her weight (she’s – //sarcastic OMG// – a size 12) and hasn’t dated anyone in a while.
She now finds herself being pursued by a doctor at the hospital where she works and a man (Chris) she met at her sister’s wedding. She gets very confused about her feelings for both men and it takes her a while to realize which one is right for her.
Chris is attracted to Ivy and is very disturbed to overhear her sisters saying unkind things about her weight. He wants to date her but he won’t play second chair to the doctor who also wants to date her. Chris has his own business and things aren’t going well. This complicates things between him and Ivy and he decides to step back.
Even though it makes me a bit sad that at a size 12 Ivy is considered to be plump, I love that Chris thinks she is perfect just the way she is and lets her sisters have it when he hears them saying negative things about her size.
Everything doesn’t go smoothly for Ivy and Chris but they get their HEA in the end and this is my favorite book in the series so far.
A copy of this audiobook was provided to me at no cost but my review was voluntary and not influenced by the author.