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.
What a great book ! A very refreshing twist to the "puppy mill" of Good Guy vs. Bad Guy stuff out there lately. Good character developement, great plot(s), colorful writing style. This is sure to be a movie in the near future, so read it now and avoid the rush !
this was an ok book. No challenge to follow the story and at times the reader's voice got to me. Some of it was just not believable and the end was predictable as far as who the main character ended up with. Oh well..............
I was glad when this book was over. This was my first Barbara Rosenblat and I almost didn't finish it. Strong female leads are my favorite but I couldn't comprehend a judge who picked up nasty men, in nasty bars, and went to nasty motels for raw, hard sex. Well.... maybe I could but, the rest of the plot was weak and improbable. Thumbs down..... way down.
I read some of the negative reviews of this book and I decided to give it a try anyway. There are many books that I like, but aren't very popular. I now see why this book is not too popular. It wasn't very entertaining. Even while in traffic. I did not think this book was funny. The characters had no depth. The main character is obnoxious. I love Barbara Rosenblat, but I did not care for her narration of this novel.
The only reason why I gave this book two stars instead of one is only because there was a plot. I thought the plot was dumb, but at least the author kept the book organized and I didn't get lost. Just bored.
I actually drove around the block to hear more of this engrossing story of the trials and travails of a female federal judge. The story was interesting, pretty accurate from a legal standpoint and the narrator was a perfect choice. The ending was weak but the rest of this audio book is a must listen.
The ending was a bit of a let down, but the rest of the book had great suspense and lots of interesting characters.
Each day I looked forward to picking up where I left off.