1. The book was a rush job and the story lines was tacky. 2. The sad part is that Loretta gives Christians a really bad rap! 3. What kind of father would sell your property while you are sick and make his child kill her spouse for money and still lose his business to the man he wanted dead!
4. Why is Chicago a wimp?
Waited a little longer before releasing this book and not trying to make it a sequel. The first book kept me on the edge of my seat. Mary Morrison is a great writer, but I felt this was not one of her better books
The narrator was good that's one of the reasons I continue to listen
Madison Mother, who wouldn't tell their child about something that could affect her life!
If the gun was thrown in the pool at a hotel why did it take so long to find the gun and why wasn't the pool cleaned out after the shooting? anyway Ms Morrison I thank you for your story lines.
Yes, I like Mary's stories for the most part. Cary Hite's voice has grown on me.
I envisioned a better ending to the cliff hanger from the 1st book. I couldn't wait to read the next one. Boy did I get disappointed. These characters seemed watered-down.
Loretta should have remained sane. She was as crazy as Granville in this book. Madison got off too easy. She should have really gotten what was coming to her. I liked the unfolding story line of Madison's "sorry" dad. GRANVILLE IS STILL MY FAVORITE. HE IS CRAZY AS HE##. He's so stupid he's hilarious. He kept me laughing out loud.
Wife and mother of three, I've enjoyed reading since I was a child. I REALLY enjoy audible books because it allows me to multitask.
I usually like most of Mary B Morrison's work & Cary Hite's but this was just sub par, point blank period, exclamation point. I'm sure I'm going to give her another try but shes gonna have to step up her game.
No.....I love the genre, this just a bad read....
He did the best with what he had to work with
I would cut all the all jail scenes, the hospital scenes of the baby being born, too many to name, I probably would have gone in a total different direction with this whole book.
The twist of the new protagonist opposed to when we were first introduced to all the characters in the first book.
Grandville character... I almost laughed ever time he said something!
Nothing, he was great.
Chicago! Seems like a real gentle man that tries to do right by everyone.
Can't wait for the sequel!
After reading the prequel to this book, I was anxiously awaiting the follow-up. The way the roles of the characters were switched or arranged was less than satisfactory. There is only so much i can say without giving up the story, so I will stop here. It wasn't a terrible book. the readability was ok, but dry. Sorry...it just didn't live up to the hype of the ending of the preceding book.
Really?! This again?!...I was annoyed.
I would have rather had the two readers (male and female) as it was in the first part.
Yes. I can't say without spoiling it!