Unpredictable, emotional, fulfilling
My favorite character was young carter because he was always so in control. He was intelligent, loyal, and we got to see his sensitive side. That was beautiful.
Everything. He painted a picture with his performance!
The game where no one wins.
I didn't want this trilogy to end. This is a classic.
Ashley Antoinette didn't drag the story line from the first three books on until we got bored with it. I loved that. This book could have stood on it's own really. I liked how i had to second guess how i felt about each character. I couldnt decide if i liked or hated them. Also, I loved this stronger, determined Yaya.
When two opposing sides put aside their differences to save a common love.
I enjoyed how the story unraveled. There were touches of foreshadowing here and there that gave the story a hint of suspense. The characters were very human...sometimes even comical.
I like action in my books, but in this case, too much would have taken the heart out of the story, so no.
I can't say what I expected, but I wasn't blown away. Just ok.
She was outstanding. She made me sympathize with Debbie. She brought out her strength and vulnerability at the same time.
Hmmmm...I'd watch it on Netflix.
This book has some action, but not much. It's a moderately paced book mostly about Debbie's internal turmoil and personal growth. Overall, it was a solid book. Worth at least one read.
Absolutely. Great plot, interesting characters, nicely paced.
Yes. This book was unpedictable without being unrealistic. You want to know what's going to happen to the characters in the end, but the journey there pulls the reader in.
He did an awesome job bringing out each character's distinct personality. He didn't just read, he performed.
Yes! All 18 hours if I could have.
I was hesitant when I didn't see any reviews but Im glad I checked this out. This should be on TV. Really enjoyed this read.
Chino.... He was sweet, loyal, protective, and he had style.
I liked how she would match the pace and intensity of her narration based on what was happening. During scenes of action, her voice reflected the excitement and helped to give a better visual.
Price of a father's sins
This book was good all of the way through. Most of the characters were likable and you care what is happening with them. There was a good bit of action, and I never questioned the realism while listening. Good book. This would be a great book for Noir fans. I'm looking forward to part 2.
Patricia Floyd did her thing. In fact, I believe her narration enhanced the story. She gave the characters personalities. The bookwas also interesting on it's own.
Yes. The characters were relatable and the story flowed very well. I hope this book has a sequel in the making.
Can't say much without giving anything away, but it would be last scene between one of the ladies and her man. He shows up at her house unexpectedly. It was touching.
Definitely. I needed answers.
When the big reveal was made, I found it to be a bit unrealistic, but this IS fiction. This is a story that most will enjoy.
It would rank somewhere in the middle.
I always love when a book has rounded, well developed, relatable characters. This book had likeable characters that you don't always agree with. Also, the ending was a bit unpredictable.
There were some supernatural elements that were not explained. I wish they would have gone into detail and explained what was going on. I am looking forward to the next book.
The ending was so good, it made the first few painful hours worth it. It seemed the story dragged on about nothing for the first few chapters with some action thrown in here and there. Eventually, it picked up. I love Carl Weber's twists.
Yes, I usually love Carl Weber's books from cover to cover. Also, the first two Family Business books were awesome.
I think the narrator who read for Rio sounded older than the character, but they all did well.
It was worth one listen, but I doubt that I'll listen to this story again.
I didn't expect a lot of drama, but this story kind of just went on and on with no real climax. I kept waiting for the big moment, and by the time I realized the climax had taken place, the book was over. I think the author put too much into the build-up, and left a lot missing from the ending. This was not a favorite, but... I liked the characters. That kept me interested.
The author could have added to the ending. The ending felt like there were a few things left in the air. There wasn't even a prologue.
The characters were very well rounded. They were very human and relatable. That was most interesting. The beginning dragged on for a few hours. It actually took about 4 hours to really get into the story, but one it took off, it was worth it.
Ethel and Noone's conversation.
This story was simple, but very good.
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