I read this book a number of years ago and laughed my head off. It was available on tape but not CD and I've continued to watch for the CD or download and now its here. Once again I laughed out load. I found the narrator took a while to get used to but that was the only down side. Some of the references in the book are dated as you would expect from a re-issue but I still loved it!
The antics and smart mouth of the main character.
I just read the Sweet Torment series and enjoyed most of it and was hoping for something similar. Instead it is BDSM. I enjoyed the characters but hoped it would be about how they heal each other. Not.
Yes. It seems these days BDSM is the norm and refreshingly this book is not (other books in the series are).
Reese. At last a man raised by a loving family. He encounters challenges in life and works to overcome them.
I don't care for the narrator. She comes across as harsh.
Probably not. I did enjoy the book but I was so upset by her friends betrayal (Amy & the Gov.) who just cut Paige out of their lives with no effort to tell her what they felt they needed to do then once the investigation was over, poof, wanted her back in.
No. See above. I loved Amy & the Gov. in book one of the series then was disappointed with them in book 2.
Different narrator. Angela Dawe has an annoying style.
This was a gripping story.
No. Females did not sound like females. The narrator has a good voice but he reads rather than performs the story.
Not sure. It was a fun read but was a bit long.
No real disappointment.
Enjoyed the mother-in-law
Can't see this as a movie.
High on the list
Finding the Raggedy Ann doll.
No one favorite. Enjoyed discovering Rachel's sister, the twin link, Rachel hiding the gloves, the race to find her....
I really enjoyed the book but no extreme reaction.
Entertaining, fast paced
The unexpected trusts and turns.
He does not put meaning to the words. He reads the words but doesn't seem to comprehend the story.
Murder, betrayal, the mafia and romance.
The romance development. The delivery of the payment for information on the hostages.
He portrays believable characters whether male or female.
Different narrator. There were too many coincidences rather than reasonable events.
I enjoy a good story and light romance.
Develop the struggles Swany experienced and reasons he chose not to have corrective surgery especially when it was apparent how much his disfigurement bothered him. The romance was too quick. The acceptance of her family of Swany was not believable.
I was looking forward to the next chapter in the series but was disappointed with all aspects of the story. I hate the southern accent the narrator uses, Swany sounds ignorant and immature.
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