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Awe! I swear, each of the “shipped” books are just so dang good!! Aiden and Mel’s book was no different and I just loved them so much! I now want to go to Bordeaux so that I can find these imaginary people and become one of their friends! I don’t know what it is about the amnesia trope but I just cannot get enough of it. This was such a sweet adorable very swooney story with love, laughter, friendship, heartache, an adorably handsome MMC. If you don’t like these, something is seriously wrong with you. Or you just don’t like romance books. Now to read the next one.

*I received a copy of this audiobook as an ARC reviewer, but a positive review wasn’t required. All thoughts are solely what I personally thought of this beautiful book.

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Thank you so much for the opportunity to read this.

I enjoyed my time with this story. The set up was great. The characters were fun. The small town was ridiculous in the best ways. I loved the animals and the kids in the supporting roles that brought the heart into this.

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I really enjoyed this story, even more than the first book. There is still some repetition of thoughts, but it is not significant and makes sense within the context of the story.

These characters were wonderful. I enjoyed getting to know them and revisiting with old characters as well. These stories are best read in order due to all of the characters carrying over into the next stories. The series is a continuing story arc with different people from the town as the main players in different stories.

I missed the second book in the series, but will be going back to read it. Of course, I now know where the characters will end up due to reading this one first, but I'm ok with that. I still want to read about how they will get there. This is such a fun town to visit.

The book is well-written. I love the town, the characters, and the bits of humor. I look forward to reading more by Savannah Scott.

I listened to the audio narrated by Amy McFadden and Will Damron, who also narrated the previous books. I suppose it is a little weird to have them narrate new characters characters in the same town, but it didn't bother me at all. I think they both do an excellent job bringing the characters to life and I'm able to easily slip into the story.

#Townshipped #NetGalley

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I love Savannah Scott and this series - I would for sure love to keep reading the other books in series

I love an amnesia trope- I believe it is underrated and needs to be used more often.

Em ends up with no memory of staying in Adian's home is the crust of this romance. and her journey to self-discovery is what Adian takes part in

these two have chemistry right away however there was no razzle dazzle to this anemia trope - Em was remembering things little but little as one does but she seemed to have very little legit trama with the remembering and I wish there was more drama with the memory loss part of things

The middle is where things got a little mundane - considering they didn't know each other long the monologue was way more familiar than I would have expected especially for Em who has no memory

Narrators Amy McFadden and Will Damron did a great job with the characters and the voice - I loved that there were two points of view - Awesome job

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I adored this sweet romantic comedy by Savannah Scott. Townshipped is the 3rd installment in the Getting Shipped series & was my first time reading Scott's work. It can easily be read as a standalone, but there's no way you're stopping at just one. I was immediately entranced by the small town setting, adorable & funny farm animals & Aiden's gentlemanly charm. I love a Knight in Shining Armor in the form of a jeans clad, pick up truck driving yes sir/no ma'am Man! Pick up a copy or listen to the Audiobook like I did & get ready to be swooned.

Mallory, having recently called off her wedding, is on a road trip taking her honeymoon alone when she crashes her car & is rescued by a handsome stranger. She suffers temporary amnesia & opts to stay with Aiden until her family is found or her memory comes back.
Meanwhile one minute Aiden is single with no prospects & no interest in anyone in town & the next minute a beautiful red head crashes her car in his front yard with no recollection of who she is. Aiden rushes to the rescue in the form of providing gentlemanly hospitality & taking care of "Em" & lots of long lingering heated looks in the middle of the night. Everyone in town has already decided their relationship status is marriage material. Aiden has never felt this way before, but not knowing whether "Em" is attached or single complicates things for them both as they each fall head over heels for the other.

Thank you to @savannahscott_author , @NetGalley & @Dreamscape_Media for my ARC audiobook in exchange for my honest review.

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Genre/tropes: romance, small town, forced proximity
CW/TW: amnesia

Mallory’s broken off her engagement and gone solo on her honeymoon road trip. As she’s driving through Bordeaux (pronounced bored ox) in inclement weather, she crashes her car on Aiden’s farm. He rescues her from the scene, taking her back to his house. When she comes to she has amnesia. She doesn’t have ID on her and her phone was ruined in the crash. All they know is that she’s from Boston according to her license plate. Em (she doesn’t know her name but is certain Em feels right) stays at Aiden’s to recuperate while the local law enforcement works in her case. In close quarters they both fall for each other, though they know that she’ll have to eventually return to her real life once she remembers or someone comes to get her.

The story’s charming. Both Aiden and Em are wonderful, kind of opposites in terms of their backgrounds and lifestyles, but they fit together so perfectly. Aiden’s gentlemanly behavior makes him irresistible! Their chemistry is 🔥 Once again the town and the close friends play a large, endearing role.

My only complaint is McFadden’s take on narrating Em. She’s incredibly animated in the previous two audiobooks, bringing life and charisma to the characters. This time something was off for me - Em’s from Boston, and she voiced her like she’s from Bordeaux. I just felt that since Em’s from the East Coast that she needed to sound like she’s from out of town, especially prior to the accident. Will Damron was good again, and funny, and he honestly made me swoon for Aiden.

I adore this small town series, and this story’s probably my favorite of the three I’ve listened to. I’d definitely recommend it if you’re up for a smart, considerate hero, and a joyful, enigmatic heroine who fall into each other’s life when they least expect it.

Thank you to @netgalley & @dreamscape_media for my ALC. This is my honest review.

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This book has got me kicking my feet and giggling.

Love the love interest, main girl, and all the supporting characters

One of the biggest things about this book is that I think it is wayyy too long and kept dragging on.

the writing is a little much too much like its trying to make the readers laugh with things like #adulting and “denial is a river in egypt” which was not needed..

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4.5 stars, rounded up

Savannah Scott does it again with another cute rom-com and boy did I love Mallory (Em) and Adrien! I didn't think I could love anyone more than Laura and Rob, but Mallory and Adrien might have taken the number one spot!

Definitely a slow burn that left me wanting to grab Mallory and Adrien by the shoulders and yell at them to hurry up and just admit their feelings many, MANY times. Their chemistry and banter was just perfect!

I also loved how the previous character come back and make appearances, especially the girls. The quick friendships Mallory forms with our previous favorite girls just made my heart happy for her.

And then you throw in farm animals?? What more can you ask for??

I listened to the audiobook and thought the narrators did a fantastic job as Mallory and Adrien. They definitely added to the story!

Thank you to NetGalley and the publisher for a copy of this ARC in exchange for an honest review.

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Thank you Dreamscape Media for the advanced listening copy!

When Mallory decides to leave her fiancé and go on her honeymoon alone, she doesn't predict crashing into a tree on hot-farmer Aiden's property and losing all of her memories. Suddenly, Mallory becomes "Em," as close as she can get to her own name, and becomes a staple in Aiden's life. While Em works to recover her memories and Aiden works to not grow too attached, Em quickly finds herself at the center of this small town's heart. Who is Em, really? And how does Aiden fit into her real life?

Another cute addition to this series! Aiden and Em have an instant connection, which doesn't always work for me, but did here. Listening to their relationship develop was super sweet. I loved the way that Em became intertwined with Aiden's life and the ways that they filled gaps each other was missing. There was a bit too much fate and insta-love for me (I mean, come on. Aiden was having dreams of a red head showing up at his door?), but overall this was a super cute romance. Heavy on the corny, light on the spice, so if that's your thing, this is perfect.

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narrated my him.
When Mallory (Em) crashes in front of Aiden's farm, both their lives are irrevocably changed. One has amnesia and one has just seen the woman that has invaded his dreams. Aiden brings Em into his home to care for her while she waits for her memory to come back and their relationship just blossoms from there. They get along so well that the escalation in their feelings for one another seems so natural and heartwarming. The chemistry between these two is very hot, but the fact that Em can't remember her previous life stops them from taking their relationship to the bedroom. The town of Bordeaux, Ohio is all up in their business and even calls Em his mail order bride. This small town romance setting was perfect for Em to regain her memories. Casserole, anyone?

This is the 3rd book in the series, but there was enough back story given that I wasn't lost with the other characters. I have already added the rest of the series to my kindle and audible libraries.

The narration for this book was excellent! Amy McFadden is already in my top 10 of narrators! I listened to Will Damron for the first time with this book and I definitely like his voice and will be looking for more books

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I thoroughly enjoyed this book. I love Aiden and Ems story. It is super cute. It seemed realistic which I liked. The characters were all well written and relatable.

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Welcome back to Bordeaux! Another cute romance hit from Savannah Scott! I've been loving this series so far and this was no different. Love the small town setting and all the charm and I especially love getting to see the characters from the previous books!

Loved the slow burn/tension and all the cute little soft romance moments between Aidan and Em and this book actually had a really unique and unexpected plot line, which I went into blind and would recommend the same to readers.

Can't wait for the next book in the series!

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What a fun story! I enjoyed the way Savannah Scott builds the chemistry between Em and Aiden in Townshipped. Both of the main characters are so deserving of a happily ever after, and it was a pleasure to watch them find it.

Scott also includes marvelous descriptions of Aiden’s ranch and the critters who live there. Plus the charming folks that make up the rural village of Bordeaux, Ohio will put a smile on your face.

The audio version of Townshipped is nicely performed by Amy McFadden and Will Damron. I’m happy to see the otfirst two books in the series are performed by this same duet. I haven't read the rest of the books in Scott's Getting Shipped! series yet, but I'm definitely going to check them out.

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Reviewed the advance "listen" version of the audiobook narrated by Amy McFadden for the female role and by Will Damron for the male. Really loved having two narrators!

Especially like Gabriella at the end. Narrator does an awesome. (Reminded me of How To Not Drown in a Glass of Water.)

Em decides to go on her honeymoon solo after cancelling her wedding two weeks before the big day. Somewhere in Ohio she crashes her car and has a bit of amnesia. So you can pretty much see where this romance is going; cute farm, sweet story.

Townshipped is #3 in the Getting Shipped! series. Savannah Scott is a new author to me; I did not feel lost by reading book #3 before the prior two books.

Thank you to NetGalley for introducing me to (once again) a new-to-me author Savannah Scott, the wonderful narrators and to Dreamscape media the publishers. Publication date is 17 Jan 2023.

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I have read the other books in this series and I loved this one as well. When reading the other books in the series, I really wanted to see who Aiden would end up with and I was so excited to get into this book. Loved it! I want more!

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Genre: Romance
Format: Audiobook
Date Published: 1/17/23
Author: Savannah Scott
GR: 4.38

I requested a digital advanced readers copy from NetGalley and Dreamscape Media and providing my opinion voluntarily and unbiased.

My Thoughts: This is book No. 3 in the Getting Shipped series, a wonderful series. This could also be read as a standalone. The chapters are short. This is a closed door romance packed full of emotion. I have read a almost all in this series and own all of them, this is a great series. Mallory ends her engagement, decides to take her honeymoon single, as she is passing through town, she crashes and temporarily loses her memory. Aiden finds her and saves her life. While she is healing, she and Aiden become friends. Tragedy happens and they cope through it together.

The book is narrated by both Aiden and Mallory/Em, in an alternating POV, which I loved. I really enjoy dual POVs as you get a better picture of both sides of the relationship. Em is self-sufficient, positive, and is looking for a place she feels like is home. Aiden is reserved, independent, and will do anything for anyone. There is a wonderful yet tragic twist that spices things up a bit. Their chemistry was off the charts, yet they could not be more opposite. It also nice to see updates on some other characters that were highlighted in the prior books. The characters were well fleshed out, the supporting characters were built upon, there was depth, witty banter, chemistry, and creative. The author’s writing style was complex, multifaceted, crisp, funny, intriguing, and just brilliant.

The narrators did a fantastic job with the voice variation, really immerses you into the story. Scott is one of my favorite author’s and I am always excited to sit down with one of her books! This book is available on KU. Three of the books available on audiobook. I highly recommend not only picking up this book, but the whole series. I cannot rave enough about this author, she is truly one of my favorites. She also has book no. 6 coming out in a few months, Cruiseshipped. I am beyond excited. The series in order: Friendshipped, Battleshipped, Townshipped, Censorshipped, Doctorshipped, and then Cruiseshipped.

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This was not my favorite book in this series, but it was still a cute story. I liked the amnesia trope and the forced proximity of the main characters. However, the story seemed to drag in the middle, and I lost some interest. I will say though that the ending picked back up and I enjoyed how the author wrapped everything up. If you are looking for a sweet romance with no adult content this series is very enjoyable. I would definitely read the next in the series.

Thank you to NetGalley and Dreamscape Media for the opportunity to read this advanced reader's copy. All thoughts and opinions are my own.

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I really enjoy this series! This was a great addition to the shipped series for anyone who has read the others will really enjoy this book.

A city girl ends her engagement and decides to take a solo honeymoon. Before she knows it she is stuck in a storm and has no memory of who she is or where she came from. Which would be a quick fix if she could just look through her phone and find out what happened. Instead she finds herself staying with the only person who makes her feel comfortable, the farm owning man who saved her from the storm. Before she knows it she is finding out things about herself and what she wants for herself despite not even knowing her real name.

This is a great story with likable characters. I recommend this tory to anyone who likes shipwrecked or the forced proximity. Thank you Netgalley for the opportunity to read this story.

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Town(Shipped) by Savannah Scott is the 3rd adorable instalment in the Getting Shipped series, and is my favourite thus far. It can be read as a standalone, but characters are mentioned from the previous 2 as it is all in the same small town/friend-family group. I love how interwoven the characters are.

To counter some of the negative reviews: Would the premise of the book also work in a horror? Absolutely. But we know going in that it is a sweet romcom story. A story doesn't have to be realistic/believable to be enjoyable.. and that is exactly what this was, an enjoyable story with a happily ever after! The narration was great.

Thank you to Dreamscape Media and NetGalley for this ALC!

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So cute

I (as always) loved being back in this town. With these people. Another delightful, fun read with all the small town love and charm. This entire series has yet to disappoint.

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