Arlington, TX, United States | Member Since 2011
Yes, it kept my attention.
I love the sexiness of his voice.
Yes, it was. I actually listened as I rode from Mississippi to Texas. Finished it the same evening.
Overall the book was great. The B. Jackson did a great job developing the characters (though a bit unrealistic). I'm a sucker for a love story. However, I didn't think the ending was fully developed. Kinda left me wanting more.
As usual, I found this love story to be well written. I find the story of Vivid and Nate to be interesting as well as intriguing. However, being a Beverly Jenkins fan and having read almost all of her works, I found a few discrepancies in the story. I hope if the book is reprinted, this will be corrected. They don't take away from the beautiful story however. #1. When the story referred to Hester, it said her last name was Montgomery. Any fan of Indigo nows her name to be Hester Wyatt. #2. Hester's husband's name is Galen, not Caleb.
Persistence pays off
(Spoiler) Towards the end when she was taken from her home. However, I thought that the rescue was a bit rushed and unrealistic.
I thought she did a good job with the women's voices, but some of the male characters were a bit creepy.
I listened to it in one day.
Overall, this is a good listen. I've listened to several books, this one just happens not to be one of the best, but good.
Noah's story is just okay. I've previously read the stories for Logan and Andrew. Both are excellent. As always, Jenkins did a wonderful job developing the story and its characters. Destiny's Captive just happens to be my least favorite.
This book was well written with the lives of the characters intertwined. It makes me want to read the first book in the set.
Overall I'd say that this was a good read. The overall plot was a bit unrealistic but aren't most. Good job Alers
I was pleased at the outcome of this novel. Since Jenkins is one of my favorite authors I purchased this title. I was pleased that she included Griffin Blake and the Julys. It's always great to hear from them (LOl).
This book met my expectations. So many young girls and boys struggle with accepting who they are. This story helps the reader see things through the eyes of a teen who made bad decisions and was not comfortable with herself. Until she figured out who she was and was accepted herself, she kept making poor choices. Go on and read for yourself to see how the story unfolds. Excellent read/listen.
Good life lessons throughout the story. The book is going to offer great discussions for our book club next week.
This book was just okay to me. I'm a Jackson fan, but this one was sort of unrealistic. The narrator was as expected... Not my favorite.
Like many other books by Brenda Jackson, I thought this one was well written. At times it was a bit unrealistic, but aren't most love stories??? Overall, the book is worth your time. I just wished that a different person would narrate. Not a big fan of Pete.
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