I enjoyed this book immensely, I'm alway interested in stories and how they address mental illness. I liked how spunky Erin was, some of the scenes I was thinking OMG, I couldn't imagine she would do that! Or OK Erin stop talking... Please!! A thoroughly entertaining listen that definitely kept my attention. Oh yeah and hot sex!
This was a decent story at a bargain price of less than 5 bucks, so you can't go too wrong... Well I take that back I've heard some got awful books at this price point, this one was passable but was literally a copycat of Romancing the Stone, an excellent book btw, with Marie taking on Joan's character and Ethan taking on Jack's, even had an Ralph type character, at the end I expected Eddy Grant to start singing Romancing the Stone!
This was a good story I listened to it in one day! I really felt for Cass, but she has a serious messiah complex! Trying to save the world one addict at a time! This story is filled with sadness, hopelessness and Tucker the rocker with a heart of gold, who is hell bent on saving her. I like Teresa Mummert's books and this is one of her better ones. If you've got cash I'd buy this one and save my credit for a more expensive book.
But then that's a very high standard to reach, the witty repartee of the first book seems to be missing here, but I will be buying the 3rd installment and hope for a return to the first books formula, not a bad buy, by any stretch of the imagination, just a let down from the first.
Ugh what can I say horrible stories and bad narration didn't finish and I tried.
After reading the novella, which was excellent! I was excited to download this book as soon as it became available... I could've waited. It was just lukewarm and absolutely no chemistry between the main characters, and the build up was so tediously long I was thinking to myself it if I were her I'd be outta there long ago!
Characters who are honestly flawed and human, you truly feel anger and sympathy for Emmy and total empathy for Luke. I have to say the inevitable comeuppance Emmy is dealt by Luke is riveting and left me shaken, all due to the writing of L D Davis and the spot on delivery by narrator Serena Daniels. Buy or credit you'll be happy with this purchase.
I'm shocked! I really, really liked this story, it was entertaining, a little racy but definitely not over the top. I loved the main female character and I love Sean Crisden's narration much more so than Lucy Malone, he actually could have done the whole audio in my opinion. You won't be disappointed go ahead spend your credit!
If you can bridge the cultural divide of the writer, And I'm not talking about black and white, I'm talking about African versus American. It's a pretty sweet love story.
OK overall I liked this story, good character development and interesting story line, It just seems like the ending was so rushed, and I hate when the main character does something so completely stupid and unnecessarily puts her life in jeopardy. I'm always concerned when I download a book with black characters that they're going to make the dialect so obvious and I hate that! Luckily this narrator doesn't make that mistake and that makes me very happy.
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