I love the.book the weekend warrior was fascinating. I enjoy the way she writes. lovely
This is my first truly negative review and I admit I haven't finished the book.
This story and the writing was like a train wreck-I couldn't stop "watching" even though it was terrible. At some points the dialogue and narration (the written narrative, not the audible narration) were so bad I wondered how this made it to publishing. One thing I most enjoy about novels is the opportunity to admire author's skill in moving the story along with clever dialogue. That was not the case here; it was awkward, clumsy, and sometimes painful.
As far as the plot, the 110 pound, killer Malinois (which would have to be monstrously obese or horribly bred) might have been my point of no return for this story. Poetic license doesn't account for lack of research.
Then again, it also may have been the easily psychotic retaliatory nature of this group. While the rape described is horrible, permanent mutilation is not an eye for an eye.
Then, out of nowhere, the reader is supposed to choke down a supernatural element.
And on, and on.
I'm not more upset because this is a Kindle a Unlimited book. If you're purchasing, I'd advise against it.
Predictable but still entertaining. Good narration. Easy to fall in too. Wii continue the series. Narrator not distracting will good characterization
I bought this because I have seen so many Fern Michaels titles and thought I'd try one. There were so many things I didn't like about this book! The narrator is not my favorite and really does sound far to old. The women involved are pretty much unbelievable - and bloodthirsty. The details are stereotypic and the plot uninteresting. There was not one character I found appealing. I found the accent used for the American born of Chinese descent a bit offensive. The book is old fashioned in thinking and values, not funny, and I just cannot recommend it. Then again, I'm more into forgiveness and healing than revenge and violence. I really can't figure out why I bought this - maybe it was a finger twitch accident!
I don't know, I didn't read the print edition, but I love this story and the characters
I think I liked the camaraderie of the women how they look after each other and Charles looks out for all of them
I liked all of them for different reasons. I least liked Julia, she seemed so weak and timid. Loved Katherine and her spunk. Loved Myra for her generosity. Felt bad for Nicky and her situation with Jack but admired her sticking to her guns. Not sure about the others yet. I can't wait to read the rest of the series!!!
I doubt it
I doubt it
Not be so corny
It was insulting to my intelligence - anyones's for that matter. Why did it even get published? Absolutely ridiculous. More than a waste of money, a waste of time - I truly thought there was something redeeming that was going to happen at the end - like realizing how inane these women were and them finding a better way to deal with their issues.