IMG_0297.jpg (Narrator: Rated 5/5 Stars, Production Quality: Rated 5/5 Stars)

This was a fantastic book to devour in audio format. Ava regularly switches from Carribean dialect to American, and the narrator, Chanté McCormick, absolutely killed it with her superb reading. She enhanced the story to no end with her wonderful changes of accents and her wide range of voices.

InD’Tale Magazine (Rated 4.5/5 Stars and awarded the “Crowned Heart” for excellence!)

Chanté McCormick delights with her rendering of the Caribbean English. It does take a little adjusting to catch the accent, yet it brings the setting to life. The majority of the book is in standard English. McCormick excellently performs the various characters both males and females. Her narration will charm the listener. 

Kings River Life Magazine (Rated 5/5 Stars)

I am so glad I joined in this romantic mystery with Chanté. She goes well beyond a traditional reading enriching Ava’s first-person perspective with a pleasant natural voice, but it's the fun and very entertaining dialogue using her voice artistry to mimic the “Calypso” accent of Ava and the other island residents, southern drawl from Ava’s BFF, NY dialect, and variants in common American that Chanté did very well. She easily brought out the tone, personalities, and emotions to keep me engaged and on the edge of my chair. For female narrators mastering male voices is quite a challenge, but Chanté did more than a satisfactory job. I found the audiobook very entertaining, and well-worth picking it up!

The Narrator was the Bomb...
I loved how she seamlessly switched between the West Indian and American accent. I loved the voices she used for the characters...
— Nadene @ Totally Addicted to Reading Blog
I would certainly want to listen to Chanté McCormick again.
— Petra @