The author did a good job in developing the characters and the narrarators did a great job in briging them to life.
Connie was my favorite character because she was the most genuine.
Hearing the voices of the characters, for me, brings a depth. I could get a better image of them by the sound of their voice.
You never know what really goes on... Behind Closed Doors.
When I first started listening to this book I thought it was going to be cartoonish and predictable with shallow characters who I would hate. But when I kept listening and the main characters were brought to life, I began to thoroughly enjoy it and found it hard to cut it off. Although I did predict what happened, I was not mad because I enjoyed listening to how everything unfolded.
I'm glad I've gotten into Carl Weber. He is imaginative and I always enjoy his twists. He is one of my favorites and I look forward to catching up on books I have not read by him as well as his future projects.
I am free!
When I seemed to be stripped down to my core, exposing all of my hurt and anger not from just one moment that I've held on to, but all incidents that has caused me to hang on to the one. It was like my soul opened and everything was poured out and filled with healing balm.
His voice is so engaging. It was like having him sit at the table with me and talk face to face.
Yes, when I realized that my un-forgiveness is a learned behavior that I picked up as I grew up.
In the bottom 10.
When Isrie ran ito Ryan at the club and the nasty things he said to her. I felt her pain and understood her insecurities.
Yes. I love Susan Spain's voice. This was comparable to what I listened to before. She has a good flow and brings the character to life.
When Dejah finally accepted her own beauty.
I haven't read a book like this in a while; the ups and downs of love. But it was a refreshing break from all of the noir stuff I've been reading and listening to. Although the end had a bit of a twist and drama, it was still lite and I walked away feeling good about how it ended. I will definitely check out more of Pete's work.
The flow of the story and the narrator.
Yes. I love Carl Weber and although this is not one of my favorite books, I am always entertained when reading or listening to his stories.
Versitile. Humurous. Entertaining.
A pretty good book for the most part.
A believable storyline! I've read plenty of fiction and fantasy... The Wizard of Oz was more believable. This story did not have a hint of reality or symbolism. It was like reading someone's bad dream. The characters were simple, unevovled, and none of them were likeable. I was so turned off by all of them. I saw that time passed but the characters stayed childlike throughout the book...
This book does not even fit into a "genre"... It's turned me off from this author.
Kevin Free did a great job in bringing this book alive. His performance is the only reason why I kept listening. He gave each character a voice and personality of their own. I've heard Kevin Free read in other books, but this and Mamma Ruby (the "prequel") were his best performances.
Kevin Free was the redeeming quality.
This book had to be the craziest story ever told. I was often confused about what was happening and how we reached many of the scenes. After the book was completed I was left with a bad taste in my mouth.
The narrorators made this book a must listen.
I would compare this book to the Gideon series by Eric Jerome Dickey.
They make the book come alive; as if a movie was playing in my head.
Paris... She ended up not being the spoil little girl I thought she was.
I'm not crazy about the ending. There are some unanswered questions that maybe was left open for room for a sequel but I wish there had been a little closure. We'll see what happens.
Yes! First because it was read so well by the readers which made it very entertaining. Then it was just a really good book. It made me think of how your selfish ways can often effect more than just you... WOW.
The twist. I also took a lot from the moral of the story and when you get past all of the drama, you will find that there is one in there.
Yes... Ezra Knight sounds so sexy to me in this one and the last book I heard him read. Also, the lady that read for Loreen; love her voice and the way she reads. In both books that I've heard her read, she did a great job. The character that read for Jerome played Jerome in the prequel to this book and he did a great job both times. Now, I don't think the guy that read for Michael had the voice to fit that character. He made Michael sound weak. I've never heard him read before this. He did an OK job but his voice did not fit the character.
It made me gasp when I caught on to who was who but when it all went down and EVERYONE was on the same page, I did laugh out loud.
This was a great read. I'm excited about my next Carl Weber book.
I don't know... I did not read the print.
There is actually nothing I could compare this book to. The main character is in a class of her own. It's like her life's mission is to try to destroy someone else's life in order for her's to be better.
The real estate agent... This lady kept her cool when most people would not have. She was classy and even when she could have showed out, she didn't. She was very respectful.
When Shundale destroyed the journal.
The speaker did a great job in reading this story. The characters came alive for me. I would recommend anyone who listens to this audio to pick up Sinful Too... It will floor you.
I did not read the print version...
Something by Victor McGlothin
The reader made it easy to follow along with her and her voice was easy to listen to... I HATED the emails; I cringed everytime they started with the back and forth.
Yes. I was moved by Anastasia's poetic love for Christian in spite of his issues... She was opened to loving him and was forgiving of herself for doing so.
I'm not a romance novel kind of girl. This book did have a little drama and a smidge of suspense to keep me intersted so it was not as sappy as most novels of its kind. I'm almost curious enough to read the other two installations but not quite... It was not a bad story, just not for me. Those who are romantics will fall in love with this book and undoubtly the series.
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