I really loved this book and hated that it had to end, and the way it ended. I want a sequel. I see that not many people liked the book, but I LOVED it! It's very free and open, not at all real, not in my world.
I love Eric Jerome Dickey's book and this one was not disappointing. Unrealistic maybe, but good reading none the less. One good advice-Get your cold shower ready.
I love all genres of books. However, when I listen to audio books as I clean, garden, drive they are better with a lot of heat!
Portions of the story were hot...very. (yes, as in Zane, Noire, Mary B Morrison hot) But parts of the book made you say 'huh?'. I was not sure how some of it was tied into the story so it seemed a little all over the place. The ending was not to my liking. It starts off a page turner but parts of it could have possibly been edited so that it flowed better.
i enjoyed this book just wasnt use to all the sex. but it was different i listend to the wholebook. very nice.
I was very disappointed in the book it. confuse me in the beginning but I it I've never read a book that talked . specifically about sex 24/7 I just have to be honest I'm really disappointed it's more to a relationship then someone's sexual preference and their sexual acts and scenes and positions. it was good to know that the afternoon a lot about Greensboro North Carolina to where I am from talked about Atlanta and Trinidad. it would have been a better book if this one's not in every single chapter talking about sex sex sex and the positions excetera excetera.
I've owned this book for years and decided to check out the audible. Love it then and love it now. I've always appreciated his talent in tapping into a woman's' voice. I'm in my early thirties and find that I can seriously relate to Nia. She's young, intelligent, uninhibited and owns her sexuality!
The identical sins.... wow. I wish Nia could have won them both. Great detail, I sweat I could pick them out in a crowd if they were real!!! This book is not for the faint at heart!!