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I really enjoyed this one! I LOVE amnesia books and this one was pretty believable.
I thought the main characters were cute together and I loved all of the side characters. It was fun to see characters from previous books make appearances as well.
The narrators did a fantastic job and I loved that there was a male and female narrator.
Definitely a book I would recommend.

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This book was so good!! I previously listened to the second book in this series, but this one absolutely blows that one out of the water!

Mallory ("Em") recently broke off her engagement and decided to take her honeymoon alone. When she was out driving in a storm, she gets into an accident and wakes up and doesn't remember who she is or anything about her life.

Aiden finds Em and takes her in and decides to let her stay with him while she tries to figure out who she is and where her life is. While living together, the two form an unweathering bond. They start to fall deeper and deeper for each other.

Then something happens in Aiden's life and everything changes. Will Em ever remember her old life? And if she does, will she still choose Aiden or will she go back to who she was before the accident?

The audiobook version of this book was absolutely great and the narrators were wonderful!

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Thank "myou to NetGalley and Dreamscape Media for the audiobook version of this book. Everything I write of my own personal thoughts feelings and opinions. I am in no way affiliated with or compensated in any way for my review.

I really enjoyed this book. It was a cute good clean romance. Mallory who will end up Going by "M" finds herself calling off her wedding to Buck two weeks before the wedding. She decides to go on the planned honeymoon by herself. She finds herself in Ohio win a winter storm. She looses control of her car and crashes into a tree. She has totaled her car and finds herself with amnesia. At first she doesn't remember anything at all. She does find she likes the sound of her name to be M. So she is now going by the name M. M crashed her car on the land of Aiden- he just happens to be very single and very good to look at. He is a kind caring man. As M and Aiden get to know each other there's a tragic accident in his family and he is now the caregiver to two young children. Three weeks in and after a missing persons report was filed her family searches for her.

In this time M and Aiden have fallen in love.

they both realize they love and miss each other.

this is a book that I would highly recommend

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Super ADORABLE! This book was such a wonderful read, I loved Aiden and Em and did not want to put this one down. I have been a big fan of this series since I read Friend(shipped) and I tell you; each book just keeps getting better and better. I highly recommend them all and especially enjoyed this sweet SWEET romance!
Aiden was a stud. His heart was just so good, I am putting him on my list of book boyfriends. The whole amnesia trope was fun and made for some great tension. I really liked the pacing of this story. There was just enough going on to keep me turning the pages and to continually grab and hold my attention. The kisses were fantastic, there were so many heartfelt moments, and this ending is one of the best I've read this year. Seriously, I don't want to spoil anything, but the way the grand gesture played out had me legit cheering out loud. And that epilogue! I will be rereading this one for sure.
This is a clean romance with all the feels but no inappropriate content nor foul language. I listened to the audiobook of Town(shipped) and really enjoyed the dual narration. Both narrators did an excellent job bringing Em and Aiden to life, I particularly felt like the male narrator did a superb job with Aiden's character. He felt like the correct age and really matched my expectations. This was easy to listen to, clear and entertaining. I recommend the audiobook version. I received an advance listening copy from Netgalley and the publisher. All thoughts and opinions are my own.

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I looooved this read! Another amazing read by Savannah Scott. I'm really enjoying this series. I loved this love story of Aiden and Mallory. Their love story was original and had me hooked from the begginging! I can't wait to read Bucks story!

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Townshipped is the third book in the Getting Shipped series, and focuses on Aiden and Mallory. Aiden is a small town farmer, which an eccentric collection of farm animals, and Mallory, a run away bride who finds herself losing her memories after a crash crash in the small town of Bordeaux, Ohio.

Once again I loved listening to the two narrators, and cannot say enough about the dual points of view. I found this book did get a touch repetitive, and cliche but it still had an adorable romance. This book continues to highlight the joys of small town living, while also focusing on family loss and guardianship of two small children.
I felt the pace of this book was a little too slow for my liking, and did find myself zoning out of the audiobook at times.

Overall I rated this book 3.5 stars, and it's a great third book in this series. I'm definitely excited to see who this author decides to focus on in her next book!

Thank you to NetGalley and Dreamscape Media for this ARC.

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The subtitle of Townshipped identifies the story “a sweet romcom” and that is a perfect summary for this “big-town-girl meets small-town-boy’ romance.

Mallory finds herself in a serious car accident in a snowstorm just outside of Aiden’s farm. Because of a significant head injury, she ends up with amnesia and needs to stay at Aiden’s farm to recover.

As expected, feelings develop between Aiden and Mallory, but because she is recovering and because of some other significant and serious factors in his life, they hold off on their feelings.

This story is told from both Mallory’s and Aiden’s POVs. Admittedly, I found Aiden a bit hokey but over time he grew on me.

Regardless of finding Aiden’s character a bit “too-good-to-be-true” I couldn’t put this story down! I wanted to spend more time in the town of Bordeaux - this small town which was almost a character unto itself!

Although it is #3 in the “Shipped” series, it reads perfectly fine as a standalone. Now that I’ve read this one, I want to go back and read the others in this series.

Thank you so much NetGalley for the ALC!

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This was very sweet, very cute, very small town romance, fulfilling all of the tropes your little rom com heart could hope for.

This was really sweet and cute. Very predictable, but very sweet all at the same time!

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Rating: ⭐️⭐️⭐️- listened on audio 🎧- Cute dual POV rom com. This is book #3 in the series but can be read/listened as a stand-alone. Mallory crashes her car in Aiden’s yard and ends up with amnesia. I loved following Mallory as she navigates living in the small town and rediscovering who she is.
Thank you Netgalley for the ARC.

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I’ve really been loving the Getting Shipped series from Savannah Scott (on audio), and very excited to see the next installment, Town(Shipped) is here! The first two were very cute and sweet, but I just absolutely LOVED Town(Shipped)! There is something extra-special about this one. We get to know Aiden a little in the other books, especially book 2 about his brother and when he hosts the wedding on his farm, but having his story - chef’s kiss!!

Aiden jokes that the town of Bordeaux is too small to find himself a bride, so unless she lands on his doorstep, he’s content living the life he has… well, fate intervenes and literally does just that, when Mallory has an icy crash into a tree at the end of his driveway in a freak, rapid snow squall and ends up with amnesia… so there’s nothing to do but take her in and nurse her back to health… and fall for each other in the process.

I have seen a Hallmark movie with a very similar basic initial plot (A Christmas to Remember starring Cameron Matheson and Mira Sorvino), but these two stories diverge very quickly and I wonder if Scott had seen that and got her initial idea from there and went with it but took it in a totally different direction. This book is very different after the car accident in the snow and being taken in and the amnesia, and so, so much better!!

Audio - I’m loving that the same narrators are used in all of the series (I don’t like when an author changes for each book - continuity is best). Will Damron and Amy McFaddon are absolutely climbing (quickly) to the top of my favourite narrators list! Beautiful performance by both!

I absolutely recommend this to everyone, especially if you’ve read the first two in the series (makes it more enjoyable knowing the many characters that keep showing up, who we really get to know in books 1&2), but can be read as standalone. My only nitpick, and I know it’s her thing… it’s a clean romance!! Lol! Can’t wait for the audio of Censor(Shipped)!

I received an advance listen copy from NetGalley and Dreamscape Media, and this is my honest feedback.

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This was a good audiobook - liked the narrator. Aiden lives on a farm in Ohio. Em (Mallory) is on her honeymoon alone when she crashes her car into a tree in front of Aiden's place. Aiden finds her and brings her in to discover she has amnesia. Aiden cares for her each day as she continues to get better. Slowly memories come back allowing her to eventually figure out who she is. In the meantime, she and Aiden spend all their time together falling for each other. Of course when her memory returns and her parents find her she & Aiden have to figure out if she stays or goes home.

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This is my favorite in the series thus far and I’ve enjoyed them all. Aiden is a great guy who everyone who knows him, loves him for darn good reasons. Everyone should have an Aiden in their life. Mallory is trying to figure out who she really is and how to move forward with her life. One car accident later and voila, they are both on their way to fun, laughter, getting to know each other and their eventual HEA! Their story is sweet, funny, and a wonderful listen. Looking forward to the next in this series, which just keeps getting better and better with each new addition!

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I love this book! Aiden is so swoon worthy! The narrators did a great job. I love having two different narrators doing the perspectives! Can't wait to listen to the rest in this series!
#Townshipped #NetGalle

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Savannah Scott is quickly becoming one of my favorite authors. I love the crossovers with some of her other books. I hope she continues the storyline. The characters are relatable and the story is funny. Each story follows a different trope and I am here for them all.

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3.5/5 stars
This is a super cute and sweet story about a big city woman, Mallory, who has a car accident and gets amnesia and the small town man, Aiden, who rescued her. It's a clean and adorable romance with goats and llamas and a fun cast of supporting characters. The narrators did a fabulous job with the dual POV. A huge thanks to Dreamscape Media, the author and NetGalley for an ALC in exchange for my honest opinion.

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Thank you to the author, narrator, publisher and Net Galley for providing a free e-audio version of this title in exchange for my review.

I'm happy to say I enjoyed this book much more than I expected to. Some of the tropes might be expected or unbelievable, but the author did a wonderful job of crafting a story in such a way that I didn't mind the clichéd amnesia story line, and I wanted to listen even more. Aiden is too good to be true - maybe there really are people like him out there in the world. And "Em" gets a thumbs up for not following through with an unwanted wedding.

I enjoyed this book so much, I've looked up the other books by the author and have them on a 'want to read' list.

4 stars for "I really enjoyed it"

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Going to definitely have to go back and read #2 in this series. Loved this one as much as the first. The Mallory/Aiden story is adorable, and the Trevor/Lexi crossover was unexpected and delightful!

Thanks to #NetGalley and the publisher for early access to this audiobook in exchange for an honest review.

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sac·​cha·​rine ˈsa-k(ə-)rən -kə-ˌrēn, -kə-ˌrīn
: of, relating to, or resembling that of sugar
saccharine taste
: yielding or containing sugar
saccharine vegetables
: overly or sickishly sweet
saccharine flavor
: ingratiatingly or affectedly agreeable or friendly
: overly sentimental : MAWKISH
a saccharine love story
Townshipped (Getting Shipped, # 3)

--You see it right there in the meriam Webster dictionary. Now don't get me wrong a little bit of a sweet story is good, but this was just too much. I enjoyed Aiden and "M"'s chemistry on the page, I enjoyed the daily rhythms of their lives, however the filler in between was long drawn out and silly. There were numerous things that bothered me,

1. How many times Aiden "Wiggled His Eyebrows" Note to publisher find another way for Aiden to flirt with body language. After 7 times it becomes quite off putting and creepy. If a guy wiggled his eyes at me that would be an automatic Swipe Right (or is it left?--Whichever one indicates you are passing)

2. Why did Aiden have a "gaggle" of women come over to comfort him? Hear me out, if my man is sad about a break up I really hope he goes out with his GUY friends and does some kind of athletic feat or chop down a tree, not stay at home and eat Ben and Jerry's and watch legally Blonde. On the other hand if he did opt for scenario #2 clearly there are bigger issues that breaking up with me at that point (although I am a total catch--My number is 8675309)

3,Let's talk about the nice and nephew (Paisley and....*Grr what's the boys name? Josh??-First of all the name Paisley, isn't that a Vera Bradley Print?? ) So, they come to live with Uncle Aiden after the death of the mother, let me say that again, the death of their mother. At no point did these children ages 3 and 8?? Show any kind of sadness or distress. It was like, hey mom died---YAY we get to have sleepovers with Uncle Aiden...For a book that was excessively way to long...maybe some of that filler could have been about the children transitioning to living with their uncle....The children were also (I hate typing this) annoying. Josh had to "Pee Pee" all the time....Sorry I won't pick on the kids.

4. The whole M/Mallory amnesia situation. Okay girl you were in a major accident, you have NO idea who you are or where you are from (again I can suspend belief for a hallmark movie) but she doesn't question anything.....she just rolls with everything. I mean seriously first thing I am doing is calling the police, and staying at Aiden's house after he has been "wagging his eyes" at me....I'm hot tailing it out of there.

5.Gabriella/ the friend, if she called M her "Bestie" one more time I would have thought I was reading the Lizzie McGuire TV show script.

I really feel like this book could have been a lot better if:
-Buck had returned to "steal" her back
-Maybe the kids already were living with Aiden
-More tension or something between Aiden and Mallory

Wow, I Just talked myself down to giving this 2 stars......

Thank you Netgalley for this advanced copy read, I was not influenced in any way for this honest review.

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So stinking cute!! I loved this book and a fresh take on a romance. She is on a much needed solo trip after ending her engagement. She decided to still take the honeymoon trip alone. She gets in an accident and loses her memory. All her new memories are with this country boy who everyone loves. When her memories come back, will it change everything? Thanks NetGalley for the audiobook.

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I read the audiobook and loved the narration. This was a sweet romance. It was a slow burn and no spice. Also did I mention they are goats? Tbh I am really tired of the 3rd act breakup especially cuz it could have been avoided with a simple conversation…and honestly we all know they are getting back together.

Small town
No spice
Close proximity

Thank you to the publisher and NetGalley for this ARC in exchange for my honest review.

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