I haven't read the print version.
When one of the girls was found dead and we found out who it was. That was kind of sad.
Yes. Both narrators did a good job. They were enthusiastic and acted out their parts well. The only thing is the person who narrated as Robin, her voice didn't go with what the character was supposed to look like.
Don't judge someone by their secrets
Good book with a slight, yet unpredictable twist at the end.
I really appreciated Rocko's character. I admired his loyalty, sense of decency and his strength.
Yes. He's never given a lackluster performance. In fact, I believe the performance made the story better.
I was frustrated how Dahlia kept coming out smelling like rose (ugh...). That was my most consistent emotion.
The ending was a bit strange, but....I could appreciate it. It brought closure while leaving a mild sense of suspense. I look forward to more from A and J.
Cary Hite enhanced the story with his performance, but this is a good story that keeps the listener engaged. The characters are all realistic, they have flaws, yet you like them and care about what happens to them.
I didn't have a reaction. I knew there was more to the story. I was eager to hear more.
This performance is as good as any. He performs the ladies just as well as the men without over doing it. Also, he comes with emotion when it's necessary. Great job.
I think the name fits, but " Love and War" would be a good description also.
This is my second go with this series, so that's saying something.
It was a good story that flowed nicely and at a perfect pace. That narrator also did well.
The robbery was such a pivotal point for thug. I was on edge. Intense scene.
At first I didn't like the idea of her reading from a first person perspective, but I got over it. Each character had a distinctive voice. You could tell aspects of their personalities through her performance.
Not a strong reaction, but I was rooting for Thug.
The reason I didn't read the book sooner is because of the title, but I was not disappointed. I will definitely listen again.
Dramatic, dynamic, real
I was happy and sad.
Yes, I've heard her perform other Noire books. I always thought she did a good job, and this book was no different. She plays the men well, yet her voice fits these characters that are supposed to be so beautiful perfectly.
I didn't cry, but I was saddened my a few scenes.
Good book overall. Between Hittin the bricks and this one, it's hard to decide which is best of the books I've read so far.
I thought this was really good. I would recommend this book. The Characters were real. Sometimes you would be mad at them, then turn around and cheer for them. That's hard to pull off. I can see why this book was made into a movie.
I really like Ramel. I have a thing for protective men. :-) Also, he's someone I could see myself respecting in real life.
She did a wonderful job playing all characters and conveying emotion without over doing it.
When Ramel found Eva. Also the car accident scene.
Can't wait to catch the movie, that's all I can say.
I wouldn't go as far to say time well spent but it held my interest for the most part.
No, not at all. I'm not really in a rush to read the second and third parts, but I will out of curiosity.
He did a wonderful job giving the story life and distinguishing the characters.
Maybe a series. It would need a lot of development. I see what the author was goin for, but the story lagged at times.
Probably 3rd or 4th.
Carter. He was strong, level-headed, mature, and loyal. He took charge of his family and I loved that about him.
I loved his performance. He acted out each part and each character could easily distinguished.
When the brothers put their differences aside.
I was mad at first because I felt the twists ruined the first three books, but the story definitely stood on it's own and grew on me after a couple of chapters. There was some continuity issues also. I wasn't too crazy about the ending though. I will definitely check out part 5, but must say, I'm nervous about the direction they are going in, maybe because I'm so in love with young Carter. :) overall great book. I didn't want it to end.
Yes, I would.
I kind of expected it. It gave the book closure, but it was a little sad.
Yes, I would
I was disappointed the first few minutes of listening to the book, but quickly changed my mind. It isn't an action-packed page turner, but enough is going on to keep you interested. A few of the conversations in the book made me think. That is what I appreciated about this story. This book was very well-written and had a purpose.
I would recommend this book because it was interesting from beginning to end.
I would have left out the foreshadowing in the beginning and let all of the events come as a surprise. Throughout the beginning, I kept waiting for this big moment that was eluded to in the first 10 minutes.
Patricia Floyd always does well.
Yes. I want to hear about the state of the character's relationship. And I need more drama! :)
Yes. I wasn't in love with this book, but I would say that it was worth the time. The story was interesting enough. The narrator did a pretty good job.
Yes. They kept the story going at a good enough pace that the reader doesn't have a chance to get bored.
The meeting with samaira when they gave her the check.
Yes. I would like to see how the friendship between Eve and amber played out. Also, I would like to see someone put Jackie in her place.
I'm not going to lie, the twist was a bit predictable. But for Evelyn not to be a professional writer, she did a decent job. I cared enough about what was going on to actually for opinions of each of the characters. I would have liked to see some justice takes place. To me a great book sets you up to dislike the villains and then gives them what they deserve. But I would check out the sequel if they decide to write one.
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