Author: J.B. Teller
Narrator: Zura Johnson
Publication Date: February 12, 2021
Get ready to put your feet on the dash, turn up the music, and travel in a 1969 Mini Cooper with two witty, laugh out loud sisters in this romantic comedy. A heart-warming tale of misadventures, music, soul-searching, love, and a rescue dog named Lone-Lee.
No Alcohol Beyond This Point is a humorous romantic comedy about two sisters on a road trip.
After finding out her husband is cheating on her, Joan convinces her sister, Mar, to take a cross country road trip with her. Joan is trying to move on and Mar feels stuck with her life. It is so funny hearing about the funny things that happen to these sisters. Some of the situations Mar and Joan get themselves in I would never even think of. I was laughing throughout the book. Mar and Joan both find romantic interests and have to decide what they want to come out of that. Both are left to determine where their future will lead and both end up with possibilities they never would’ve imagined. No Alcohol is a reminder to road trips and fun times with family and friends. I highly recommend No Alcohol Beyond this Point for fans of Sophie Kinsella and romantic comedies.
I listened to the audiobook narrated by Zura Johnson and she did a fantastic job. Johnson has the perfect voice for telling this entertaining story.
Thank you Zura Johnson for the audiobook No Alcohol Beyond This Point.
About the Author
JB Teller is a fiction writer who grew up in a small town in south Texas. After moving to Europe for three years, she returned and was fortunate to have lived in many U.S. cities. She called the Bay Area home for ten years before moving to colorful Colorado with her handsome husband and charismatic and amazing son.
JB is an animal lover with four dogs and a rescue cat. Most days she writes, but on the off chance she isn’t, you can find her trying new foods or going on adventures. She is a self-proclaimed music trivia champion, inventor of Dirty Scrabble, and a Mini Cooper enthusiast. Her favorite author is Sophie Kinsella. She’s a huge Richard Curtis fan.