The title was the best thing about this book. The story was preposterous, the main character unsympathetic, the legal subplot laughable, and the plot practically random. I was good and tired of this book long before it was over. The author had some mildly interesting ideas but I'm afraid they were wasted on this book.
It's always a theme I enjoy trying to few out when I listen ti a story. Lisa Scolloline's Dirty Blond has so many twists and turns, you won't believe the guilty party ot parties.
not my favorite
didn't care for the female doing male voices. I felt like I was listening to sleazy mafia men
I've read a lot of LS and really enjoy her story-telling, but this narrator is gravel-y and just annoying to me. I'm not sure I'll buy anymore with her as the narrator, and unfortunately, she's a frequent choice. All of the newer stand-alone (non-series) LS novels on audible were great though!
My wife (Ruthie) and I together listen to Audible's books every evening. We have been doing this since 2005 and have never missed an evening
Good enuf to enjoy more of this author combination and storyline. Narrator was really good and believable.
This has to be one of my favorite Lisa Scottoline books. It's just simply a fun and enjoyable read . You won't be disappointed.
Didn't think I'd like this at first but Barbara Rosenblat won me over. Not sure whether I think this is a chick book or not but no matter, I enjoyed it. It did take me a bit before the sink of the hook but from there on it was a fun ride.
It looks like L. Scottoline patched together a few older plots that she didn?t use and tried to make a mystery out of it. IT DIDN?T WORK. The kicker was the villain appears out of nowhere without even a hint as to her relationship to the heroine (?). Too many loose ends with no attempt to tie them up.