I love Fern Michaels sisterhood series. read them all. wasn't that thrilled with the naration but that was probably because over the years I've come up with my own opinion of what the characters sound like. I'm going to get payback now.
Professional woman, reading constantly
This story is a bit different and I must admit, I enjoyed reading it. I think I may even purchase the next book in the series. Smart, clever, ambitious and rebellious women make for a great story line.
good story line, slow start. well written and the narrator did an awesome job. can't wait to read the 2nd in the series.
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.