I'm not feeling too keen on starting some of this author's series, but this was a new-ish stand-alone.
I rarely look for audiobooks except when I'll be driving alone for a couple hours, and it annoys me that I cannot include running time as a search criteria through any of the audiobook portals I use. You should also make this recommendation to OverDrive and OneClick and maybe they'll actually add it. I cannot be the only one that would find this useful.
Certain plot elements, and especially the ending, were too simple, too lucky, and too neat to be very engaging.
Worst of all, this is likely to be a very long series, as the not-really-sub-title on the cover says "Book One of the One Dozen Daughters series." Twelve is way too much anything.
This is another book like The Nazi Officer's Wife: the author has a story to tell and isn't necessarily a writer. It's pretty amazing, considering how little formal education the author received. It's startling that situations like this still happen frequently in quite a lot of places.
Warehouse 13, seasons 4 and 5, with Eddie McClintock and Joanne Kelly. I... am actually pretty satisfied with the wrap-up. I definitely felt like the last episode was the writers' chance to throw in ideas for episodes that had to be cut, but the tie-up wasn't out of the blue or crazy off-kilter.
But what was up with Pete's hair? So bad.