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This audiobook has all the feels! A sweet small-town romance that will tug at your heartstrings and draw you into this world all that much further. If you haven't read or listened to the other books in the series, you will be fine enjoying this are totally missing out on a ton of character development and building as well as total enjoyment! Who knew a small town in Ohio could draw you in and make you want to stay! If only it were a real town! This story deals with hard subjects such as temporary amnesia, children left orphans by a struggling mother, navigating single parenthood and life while falling in love with someone you aren't sure you have the right to fall for and it is all wrapped up in deep friendships, strong family and lots of love. This is the happily ever after audiobook that you are looking for! The narrator does such a great job of bringing the characters to life, you really will want to listen to this one!

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The wedding has been called off 2 weeks in advance but why not take advantage of the already planned road trip? Mallory leaves her wallet behind and gets into a car accident right in front of a farm.. Aidens farm. Mallory can not remember who she is or why she ended up in Aidens home but in those 3 weeks many sparks fly.
Mallory is inching her way into Aiden’s heart by helping him raise his niece and nephew. Eventually Mallory’s family finds her but will she choose to go back home or stay with Aiden and create a new life?

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I totally enjoyed this book. This Is a funny plot driven (clean) romance with lovable characters and really life issues. This is the second book in this series I've read and it didn't let me down! Such an inspiring story.

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Quick Summary: A heart-to-heart romance

My Review: Townshipped by Savannah Scott was delightful. I absolutely loved it! In truth, I loved it just as much as I loved the other books in the series.

The appeal of this particular story was in the sweetness and care that Em and Aiden showed toward one another. They both had so much that they had to deal with, yet their interest in each other could not be denied. Trying not to act on the attraction and trying to do the noble thing - those elements added tension and angst to their romance. It only served to magnify the chemistry these two had.

The emotional arc in this book was so good. Before I knew it, I was laughing and choked up alongside the other characters. I was 100% all in.

The entire community of Bordeaux had an endearing charm and quality about it. It was easy to get drawn into the special connections.

My Final Say: As an enthusiastic consumer of the first three books in this series, I can definitely say that I am a fan. I highly recommend Townshipped. I cannot say enough good things about it. Do yourself a favor and read all of the books; you will not regret it.

Rating: 5/5
Recommend: Yes
Audience: A
Re-read: Yes
Keeper: Yes
Favorites Shelf: Yes
Audiobook: Yes
Status/Level: 🍡🍬🍨💞

Sincere appreciation is extended to the author, to the publisher, and to NetGalley, who provided access to this title in exchange for an honest review. The words I have shared are my own and were voluntarily submitted.

* A Goodreads review has been posted.

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Mallory/Em and Aiden's relationship might be my favorite of the Shipped series so far!!! Aiden was so caring towards "Em" and truly just wanted her to get better from her accident. I love how they were immediately comfortable around each other which may be result of Em/Mallory not knowing anything different. The town of Bordeaux has officially won my heart and I love that characters from the pervious books have small roles in each. The girls took Em/Mallory in and really made her feel welcome as well as Aiden's family. There were numerous times that I found myself sitting there smiling while listening because I thought it was just so sweet.

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It was fun being back in Boardox, Ohio and this great close-knit, small town community. There's lots of cameos from past characters but the main focus is on goat farmer Aiden, and Mallory, the woman he rescues when she crashes her car and wakes up with amnesia.

I'm not sure what it was about this book but it wasn't my favorite of the series. I found it longer than it needed to be imo but there were lots of heartwarming, funny moments and a great epilogue. I also really enjoyed Aiden and his huge heart - always looking out for people in need, especially his newly orphaned cousin's children who he takes in.

Recommended for fans of Emma St. Clair, Sarah Adams or Next of Kin by Hannah Bonam-Young. Much thanks to NetGalley and the author for an ALC of this new to audio book!! The narration was very well done and I'm so excited for the rest of the books to come out on audio too!

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Townshipped by Savannah Scott
Narrated by Amy McFadden; Will Damron

Aiden hasn't been serious about anyone since his long time girlfriend and he drifted apart years ago. Bordeaux, Ohio is a small town and everyone knows everyone's business and Aiden gets teased that he's not going to find the right woman hanging around at his farm. But Aiden is mostly content with his little goat herd and his cranky llama.

Then a woman crashes into his tree on a stormy winter day and she's left with amnesia. Until her family can be located or she remembers her identity, she'll be staying in Aiden's guest room. We know her name is Mallory but all she remembers is "Em" so that's what she goes by for now.

These two cuties get along great. They have so much fun together just existing, laughing, talking, Aiden loves having her in his home, Em loves being with Aiden and his home feels like her home. The entire town knows these two have fallen for each other. Aiden and Em know, in their heads, that they've fallen for each other even if they don't say it out loud. Then a tragedy occurs and Aiden's life is changing forever and the two are put off balance. And they've come to the fork in the road, where choices have to be made but...these two are going to make themselves miserable.

I rarely, as in almost never, jump into a series midway but I did with this one when I was able to get this audiobook. From what I can tell, each book deals with a different Bordeaux potential couple and I had no trouble reading this book even though I haven't read the first two books. I think I have an idea who might be featured in the later books, that's how much the gossip flies in this town, even I could read between the lines.

The story has two narrators and they did a good job. I actually was interested in this story because I like Will Damron's narrations so much. This story is lighthearted and fun with some serious events leading to the changes Aiden's life. I'll make sure to get to the other books when I can do so.

Thank you to Dreamscape Media and NetGalley for this ARC.

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Thank you Net Galley for an audio copy of Townshipped by Savanah Scott. It's the start of the year, and I know this will be one of my favorites for the year. Plus, I have a new book boyfriend. Sigh. Absolutely stunning. 5 stars!

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I really loved the book and I love the narrators of the books too they just really give the characters a life of their own and you can feel the feelings

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