Sincerely, Carter by Whitney G.
Publication Date: April 29, 2015
Genres: Contemporary, Romance, Friends to Lovers
Review by: Tracy
So I have 2 different ratings for this story which may seem odd but bear with me. First and foremost I enjoyed this story. I'm a sucker for friends to lovers books. I love them even more when it turns from lovers to a forever kind of thing.
Carter and Arizona have known each other since grammar school. Even though they hated each other in the beginning, over the years they became best friends. Know on the edge of graduating college, Carter going off to law school and Arizona to culinary school, one night of "just tonight" turns into several nights leading up until their separation.
While I enjoyed the topic and the flow of Sincerely, Carter I had hard time getting into the narrators. The chapters flipped from Carter POV to Arizona POV and instead of swapping narrators when Arizona spoke and when Carter spoke they talked to for both characters. Let me explain that. When it was a Carter POV the narrator spoke for both, or all characters that made an appearance in that chapter. A male narrator pretending to be a young female? No, just no.
As much as I liked Sincerely, Carter I had a hard time liking the audio book.
3.5 stars for audio
4 stars for the story itself