" Let me preface my review with the circumstance under which I came to own the audiobook of "Back on Blossom Street.". I was at Sam's Club with my mom on the day I planned to make a solo journey of 362 miles from my Mom's house to my current location. I love a good audiobook to accompany me on the 6 hour drive. The selection was poor - lots of JD Robb and Danielle Steel. I don't mind either author, but wanted something more than what they had to offer. I was ready to walk away when my mother exclaimed, "I love Debbie Macomber! I will buy that one for you if you bring it back next time you come.". Well, what kind of idiot turns down a free book? So there I was, driving, listening to Lydia Getz tell me all about her yarn store and the ladies knitting group. It started out all right, but quickly moved into the cliched and prescribed narrative I expected from a book that was $6.96 at the Sam's Club. It wasn't groundbreaking, it didn't push me to think, and the reader's voice made all the characters sound as though they were impersonating Katherine Hepburn. It's 5 hours I won't get back, but at least I had some company on the long drive home. "
— April, 2/14/2014