The Event

Written by:
Whitney Dineen
Narrated by:
Tiffany Morgan

Unabridged Audiobook

Release Date
December 2020
7 hours 4 minutes
There's a reason Emmeline Frothingham left her hometown of Creek Water, Missouri, as soon as humanly possible. That reason is small-minded, judgmental people who wouldn't know the truth if it was coughed up on them like an errant fur ball.

After graduating from college, Emmie gets her dream job in New York City. As the head buyer at Silver Spoons-a high-end boutique-and single girl about town, her life is ideal. That is, until the night of The Event, her company's annual awards ball at the Metropolitan Museum of Art. Nerves plus too much tequila leave Emmie dealing with a wicked hangover, the unemployment line, and a surprise to end all surprises.

Facing the repercussions of her wild night, Emmie is forced to go home to work in her family's business. But her return puts her dead in the sights of the gossipy country club harpies who drove her away in the first place.

Will Emmie make peace with her past and embrace the love of her family? Will she discover that the man who seems to be judging her most has a secret of his own? Find out in this deliciously fun romantic comedy, sure to put a smile on your face!
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Kim B.

A sweet story with good characters. However, Creekwater is in Missouri (a Midwest state ) but the narrator sounds like she’s from the Deep South which made the story even more saccharine. Nonetheless, it was entertaining enough that I listened all the way through.

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light and easy listening

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Valerie G.

Nice story, light funny and easy to listen too. Will definitely listen to the rest of the series.

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Cute and light, but very predictable.

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Fun book and narrator was great! Nice change from most books I listen to....just good/heart warming and funny.

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Judy D.

I tried to read it, but overly silly… didn’t evolve the story line. Predictable and a bit corny.

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This novel was fairly entertaining. I got more than a few laughs & giggles out of it. Narration was good. Ending was very expected.

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Tamara R.

Narration was very good, even if the southern accent does become a little grating to an Aussie ear. Storyline was light & frothy, but sweetly entertaining.

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