Ok, I'll admit in not far into this book, but I think it might be helpful for others to know that the misogyny of this author is coming through very clearly. I'm finding it very annoying to listen to the way he describes women and their behavior. The main character apparently loves and respects his wife very much, but the way he talks about others is nothing short of insulting. Authors can make you dislike characters without playing on so many ridiculous stereotypes.
Even the scenes with his wife are skakk-worthy, but that may just be because I presently loathe the main character.
The author's writing.
The voice doesn't seem to fit the main character. Oddly wimpy voice on a guy who's supposed to be a "man's man", or at least fancies himself so. Also, Southern accents are ridiculously overdone.
Haven't found any yet, but I'll keep listening as long as I can stand it.
I haven't read this author before, and I don't have a positive experience to outweigh this book, so, no.
The premise of this book was so fun and could have really been developed into something memorable, but the writing was amateurish, the characters were not likeable, and those factors killed the story for me.
The overblown foils to show how poorly treated/superior the main characters are.
The romance component of this book was artificial and pushed on the reader. It created some really cringeworthy scenes, and ruined the story for me. Not hot.
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