I love the character's in this book. Sophie and her friends are great. There are so many parts that make me laugh out loud. The killer is never who you think it is. Great to listen to.
I love Sophie Katz and I love Kyra Davis writing her. The story was as amazing as the other books before. There were so many parts were I laughed out loud. I highly recommend this series to anyone looking for an truly enjoyable listen, great mystery that will also leave in stiches, read by a great narrator - Gabrz Zackman.
I just can't get enough of Kyra's books. I am really upset that there is only one more Sophie Katz novel to listen to, but I am going to listen to her other books too.
I never considered myself to be naive or lacking in worldly knowledge but this book sent me to Google to see if this was only Kyra's imagination or if this world really existed - guess what, it does.
Another great and wonderful book from Kyra. Please continue to write Sophie Katz books.
For someone who is supposedly smart and sassy, the lead character just comes across as monumentally stupid and arrogant. I managed to listen for 2 hours and gave it up in disgust! Thank goodness I bought this book on sale! With so many great heroines out there, why waste your time and money on someone like Sophie?!
I've read all three of the books in this series and they are fantastic! This author is hilarious and still manages to keep the suspense! And I actually look for books read by Gabra Zackman now because I love the way she narrates as well
Kyra Davis rounds out her Sophie Katz trilogy with another suspenseful, sexy story. Fans of Davis' previous work won't be disappointed and Gabra Zachman continues to provide humorous, varied narration. An excellent read or listen!
What a waste of time and money. At first I thought it was just that the narrator sounded like a cross between a bored phone sex worker and an upper class socialite but as the book progressed the story did not. It was just plain (and painfully) stupid. I figured out who the bad guy was the moment his character was introduced. Then kept listening because I thought there was no way it could be that simple, there was 3/4 of the book left, he must be a red herring. But no, it is the title that is a red herring.