Smyrna, TN, United States | Member Since 2012
Grace. She is truly, absolutely a nut. I can't imagine anyone not liking this girl. She is just like a lot of women. We believe some things are just too good to be true. Especially when it comes to love.
The first book, The Unidentified Redhead and Wallbanger. The same sharp wit and the comedy is great.
Grace without a doubt. I which The Brit was in a Brit voice.
Yes, I was all in on this book. I saw the train wreck before it happened and I'm sure most people will. I was so hurt for Grace and mad at the same time because of Jack. I felt Jack's pain when he was speaking to Grace about their relationship.
This is a great read. The comedy is good and the relationship with Grace and Holly is one most women have with a great girlfriend. I will listen to this one multiple times.
I had to be patient with this book. It started slow and the back and forth confused me, but it was a great read. We read this for a book club discussion and some of the ladies couldn't finish it, but It was great in the end. Malice is about the choices we make and how we can become so blind sided when we only look at situations from a narrow perspective.
This book was highly recommended by a friend. We usually have the same taste in books, but I found this book annoying. I listened a second time and had to stop. I could possibly be the age of the characters. I have no interest in going tot the next book.
The story was ok, but the narrator change was terrible. She didn't attempt to do different voices, so I found myself pressing rewind. This almost killed the story for me.
This was an enjoyable book. The initial reviews almost convinced me not to listen, but it was a good book. I like the characters so it was a good read.
This was a cute story but I thought it was about Drew and Kate. Enjoyed it, but unexpected.
To see the progression of Simone and Caroline's relationship. She didn't become someone different because she was in a relationship with Simon.
She did a great job.
I have listened to The Red Head series by Alice Clayton and now Wallbanger series. I am in love with this book. It's real, mature, funny, and honest. More than worth the credit.
Yes because I enjoyed the male POV and the back and forth.
Some people compared to to Wallbanger, but I don't agree. Maybe slightly, but not as entertaining.
Dre's neice. I don't like most narrators attempt at a female adult or child voice but this narrator did well.
Enjoyable. I always listen at least 2 times and I am in the middle of the second listen. It's a good book, stand alone, but I am not sure if a series is necessary.
I looked forward to this book for some time. Book 2 was great and I wanted everything tied up. This book answered all of my questions, but was a little too long. I found myself getting side tracked and not caring enough to rewind. I get the BDSM stuff, but it was too much for my taste. If about 5 of those scenes were cut out, it would have been much better. Was it still worth my credit? Absolutely. I love the characters and I wanted the happy ending for James and Bianca and I got it.
I generally listen to romance, but I had to read this for my book club. It has been a great change. At times, Jake seemed weak to me, but the overall story was really good. I liked the overall ending but felt like it could have been stronger. The judge had a lot of power and at times. I thought this book was from 1968 instead of 1988. I guess 30 years in MS time doesn't mean much. As a southern, I hope we aren't so slow to change.
I have listened to the first and second book, they could have been combined. It seems like what was 2 books, should have been 1 book. However, I will read book 3 just to close the circle.
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