APO, AE, United States | Member Since 2009
No. It was entertaining yet predictable.
I have not listened to R.M. Johnson's books before, but all E. Lynn Harris. I recognized some of the charactors from previous books. This was a mild E. Lynn Harris.
Nice and soothing
Grabs your attention from the beginning and keeps it to the end. The quick wit of Julie and Mathew was refreshing.
"Hissy Fit", by Mary Kay Andrews
An excellent read, start early in the day because you will be anxious to get the to the end, but hate for it to end.
I loved the Characters. The story was intense filled with twists and turns that kept me on edge. Even before the book ended I started wandering if there were other books with these characters.
No other book comes to mind that would compare.
Anna Fields performance was outstanding. I always knew who was speaking.
Yes, I actually took my IPad to bed with me, and would wake in the middle of the night and arrow back to pick up where I fell asleep.
No, It was entirely too long for the contents.
Hated. It. Even though it was open ended enough to envision another book to clean up some questions about the characters
I always enjoy Kate Rudd's narration. She never disappoints.
There was some laughing and crying moments,
Yes, because you get a real feel for the characters. When I read I imagine certain actors and actresses for each character but audio gives their roles more depth.
Sarah, she is a true friend. Whether she was giving on what to wear, on love or life she was always there...well almost always there for Emma.
Jay he was such a lovable jerk, but whenever he spoke I knew it was him
Life is for loving and living
Many serious topics were discussed. In the movie version this book would probably be rated a PG 13. Even though many of the topics are hard to discuss, they are too serious not to discuss with the youth of today. Abuse is real! Teacher, Counselors, and Doctors to name a few, are trained to observe the signs of abuse. The abusers have trained and honed the art of deception. The person being abused like Emma is often too afraid of life without the abuse.
A captivating story with an excellent depiction of Germany. The narrator's pronunciation of words and accents of each characters made the story more believable. However near the end I was ready for the story to end. The plots were great, but too many for one book. I think a second book to wrap up cliff hangers would have been better.
There were so many twists and turns that the story did not progress in the obvious suspense format.
Brynn Nealy. She was a strong, professional, vulnerable and feminine all in one package.
The voices for the men characters were believable.
I love Kimberla Lawson Roby but the Curtis Black stories contain so much of the same drama that it is played out. New charactors and plots are needed. At the end of the book I notice his son has gotten the girlfriend pregnant so the drama continues.
It was okay, but the narractor often sound like they had dry mouth.
Yes, it was adorable. The characters were new and fresh. I would like to hear more from them.
When Matt gets Stella back for Kate.
I like the way she has a distinct voice for each character
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