Yes. The narrator was good, the story was good, and the sex scenes weren't too exaggerated.
Meredith's character was really good.
Neither but I felt bad at the end, but not enough to cry.
The story was very close to the other Sylvia Day book where the husband invites his childhood friend into the marriage. Very close.
I just enojy audible books and I get through them faster than reading.
I don't think I've read a book like this before.
I enjoyed her narrating but I did not like the voices of the male characters.
Line of Fire.
Maybe, If I had nothing else to read.
yes. the writing wasn't bad.
the main character.
The story line was confusing about the different families, who were survivors of who, and families of the the town. I was lost...
It ranks at the top.
I liked how the main character had deep desires and went after them (despite not being accepted by mainstream). All people (race, age, income, etc.) have sexual desires and a lot of people are afraid to act on them or pretend that they don't act on them. If she is able to look at herself in the mirror the next day with self respect, that's all that matters. It would never be me though....
The letter at the end. Dare I say it was "touching"?? There were a lot of good scenes (i.e. the warehouse, the video, and the stage show).
This book was well written. Though I would not do a lot of the things she did in this book, she is much braver than me for going after what she likes.
I need more.
The plan ride, hands down!!!!
She's a great narrator as she was in part 1 and 2: great voice, tone, and emotion.
Yes, this was supposed to be a trilogy and I felt the book should have had a proper ending.
I understand other's comments about the book's ending. It was marketed to be a trilogy and it should've ended. If the author wanted to continue their story, she should of did a bonus book or follow-up section. With that said, I'm curious to see if this book ever wraps up, what happens with Carey.
Yes, I enjoyed the story line. Everyone can relate to an overprotective brother.
When they were trying to get out of the Middle East.
When Paige watched the guys take the girl and then the tables got turned on her.
No because the book felt rushed. I couldn't believe it ended when it did.
I don't think the voices were good.
The female voice was fine but the male voices were terrible.
No I don't see this being made into a movie.
It ranks among the top. Though I'm not a fan of rock n' roll, I could totally imagine this band and all the sex episodes between them. It was crazy but I'm sure all this goes and and more with groupies on a tour bus.
Master Sinclair was my favorite. A hopeless romantic rock star who wears is heart on his sleeve??? You gotta love em'... The scondary characters were good too so I can't wait to learn more about the others.
No one in particular. She did a good job distinguishing all the voices.
It was funny, sexy, erotic, skanky, etc... all that rolled into one.
About to buy book two now.....
I would change the way the book was written. The chapters were some what choppy and cut short.
Decker and April. Decker seemed more intersting than the main lead male.
April bec/ even though she was new to the scene, she had herself more together than the so called veteran/main character of the book.
Better flow to the story, more background on the characters.
I enjoyed learning about Luke's character and what drove his love of wolves.
Can't say without spoiling the book but there were a few shockers.
Luke's enthuasim as he talked about the wolves.
No, but I enjoyed reading it.
I read this book as a book club selection. I was not excited to read it after reading the reviews (which were all over the place). Once I got into the book, I really enjoyed the family dynamics and couldn't wait to learn the outcome of the book. Luke was a piece of work!!!!
I'm always able to get through a book faster using Audio.
yes, I knew knew what to expect with Lee. With friends like hers, who needs enemies??? Great twist!!
No I have not.
No. I have to take some mental breaks.
This book is intense. The back/forth from past to present got on my nerves initially but I got used to it mid way. The narrators was good and the male made me love Lee as much as I wanted to hate his charactre and the things he did. If you have a history of domestic violence (at any level), this book will definitely trigger some past emotions. I feel bad for people in this situation!
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