Twenty Minutes Late

Read by TriciaG

(4.8 stars; 110 reviews)

Sequel to Miss Dee Dunmore Bryant. Being 20 minutes late after a day out with the Kedwins and Ben and Daisy, her siblings, starts a series of events in motion that lead Caroline Bryant to Philadelphia...and to people and situations she could never have foreseen. - Summary by TriciaG (7 hr 40 min)


Disappointment 16:12 Read by TriciaG
Clothes 11:32 Read by TriciaG
Something to Remember 14:50 Read by TriciaG
''A Pretty State of Things'' 15:42 Read by TriciaG
''What Could Happen?'' 19:14 Read by TriciaG
A New Friend 21:32 Read by TriciaG
A Sunday in Philadelphia 21:43 Read by TriciaG
Night Work 21:15 Read by TriciaG
Waiting 15:18 Read by TriciaG
A Trying Position 19:43 Read by TriciaG
Dark Days 19:04 Read by TriciaG
''So You Want to Go Home?'' 24:10 Read by TriciaG
The Unexpected Happens 19:40 Read by TriciaG
Conflicting Advice 20:50 Read by TriciaG
A Long, Wonderful Day 17:50 Read by TriciaG
Borrowed Trouble 18:44 Read by TriciaG
Learning 19:50 Read by TriciaG
Machines and News 18:23 Read by TriciaG
Entertaining Company 19:00 Read by TriciaG
Great Questions Settled 22:33 Read by TriciaG
''Merry Christmas'' 21:19 Read by TriciaG
''Luck'' 24:30 Read by TriciaG
Another ''Side-Track'' 19:09 Read by TriciaG
At Last 18:43 Read by TriciaG


Great Story!

(5 stars)

Loved the plot of this story. It is the second book about the Bryant Family and I liked it considerably better than the first, thought the first helps you get to know the characters more thoroughly. This is a sweet story, and I really liked the way Pansy brings in the theme of "luck" from the first book and how it isn't the big opportunities that make us succcessful, but its the small ones that we are faithful with. Some people have a hard time with TriciaG's narration. I find that after a little bit you don't even notice her different style. I've listened to a bunch of books by TriciaG and I'm so grateful for her work! Thank You!


(5 stars)

IMHO this is the best Pansy novel that I have encountered. It is written to leave the reader breathless with anticipation in many places. I was unable to sleep until quite late one night because I could not turn it off until I knew what happened next. TriciaG’s reading of it is quite good. At least once, I thought she had gotten another person to read some of the dialogue,she does such a good job with the “voices.”

Luck vs. doing the right thing

(4 stars)

This book is a bit different from many of Pansy's stories; it is less 'preachy' but just as concerned about young people learning how to live well. I enjoyed it.

this is a KEEPER BOOK

(5 stars)

I have a collection of books which I download for plane troops and extended status abroad. this is one! TriciaG, if I were Rich, you would on retainer!

Worth Listening to More Than Once

(5 stars)

This is a beautiful story of sacrifice and salvation. Thank you for narrating, Tricia G!

love this author

(5 stars)

I always enjoy a book by Pansy! Well read by Tricia G.

(5 stars)

A wonderful story and read beautifully by TriciaG. Thank you!

(5 stars)

Great book! This book is written from a Christian standpoint.