This book was slow in some parts, great in others... When you get to a juicy or rather good part it switches over to another character I didnt like that one bit..My favorite character was Cocoa..........I wanted a "bad boy" in the mix to spice things abit in that regard. In the end an average okay read. Nothing to go omg over.
Fort Worth, texas native and I love to READ!!!!
This was awesome, I wish there was a sequel. This was very easy listening........
This was a GREAT book -- I downloaded it to my IPOD so I could listen at my desk, while I was driving and everything else. I could barely put it down and when I did, I couldn't wait to pick it up again. It's been a long time since I've had a book hold my attention like this. Great work Carl Weber!
Carls earlier works wore always good page turners, however I would fell "left hanging" on initmate details that one gets with a Eric Jerome Dickey or Mary B Morrison. I must say he has landed on their playing field. The only reason I didnt give this a 5 is because I felt the ending lacked closer. I wont explain for obvios reasons.
REAL LIFE SITUATIONS.
the Narrator for ISIS made me stop listening. Her throaty swallows between pauses was nasty AF! Give this chick some Water
This was my first Carl Weber book and that's my only disclaimer. With that, I hated this book. I read a slew of positive reviews and I thought this would be a good listen. By the third chapter I wanted to gouge my ears out. The voicing was fine. The characters were not. The motivations to do the things they did, the situations, the dialogue, none of it rang true to me. As a card carrying Black woman, my head is still shaking.
Something on the Side was a great listen. However, the sexually explicit language was a bit much for my taste. Therefore, I'd place it beneath, but near the top of my audiobooks.
The story lines of each main character were all interesting; they all had some entertaining drama taking place.
The narrators bring their various voices that I may not have had imagined. They were great narrators and all had enjoyable voices.
I'd probably take out Coco to find out how she manages to only hook successful men. She may be able to give some good tips. Lol
Much of the story was quite sexually uninhibited and unrealistic. If a woman would have written the book, I think there would have been less sexual gratification, thus more realistic. On another note, I found Tammy's character to be the most annoying. She was just too extra; she was in much need of being humbled.