Review

Spring Fever. Mary Kay Andrews

Spring Fever
Mary Kay Andrews
Published: Macmillan Audio
Date: 2012
Format: Audiobook
Length: 15hrs 35 min
Narrator: Kathleen McInerney
Genre: Women’s Fiction
Source: Own book
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Spring Fever by Mary Kay Andrews was a great listen.  Very entertaining and Kathleen McInerney made it even more so.  I loved her voices for the characters, especially Sophie.
This is the story of Annajane who has been married to Mason and then divorced, but she continued to work for the company. She also attends the wedding of Mason to his new love Celia.  And it is at that point the fun begins.  Enter Sophie, Mason’s daughter, a five year old and completely adorable. She causes life to become interesting.
Mason’s family run a soft drink company and Annajane is reluctantly leaving to go down to be with her new love Shane.  Yet there are some things happening round town that gives her pause for thought.  Davis her immediate boss and Mason’s brother seems to be wanting to sell the company, and what does Celia have to do with that?
Loved Annajane and her close friend Pokey, sister to Mason. Pokey is straight talking and a wonderful ally for Annajane.  The two of them are the complete opposites of the two other very bitchy unlikeable women in the novel.
Mason was a very responsible and family guy, although he and Annajane had made strange choices early on.  I thought he was a little slow where Celia was concerned, especially as in everything else he was discerning.  
A very enjoyable listening experience.  Now to look out another Mary Kay Andrews’ book!
4 stars

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