This book did not grab my attention! I can't say it is a bad listen. I switched to a different book in the middle of listening and will probably go back and finish it when I don't have anything that is grabbing my attention. I would definitely call this a filler book. Lot of arrogance and back and forth banter; its like the author is trying to hard.
The crossfire series started off so good. I recommended it to everyone; it fell off the plot and storyline are gone and the characters are sickening; SD is grasping to keep the story going. I waited for this book and am very disappointed SD needs get off the money train and get back to writing because she lost a reader with this one.
I read Bared to you; after 50 Shades. I thought it had a good storyline and I definitely would recommend it.
I find that I am not a fan of any of SD's writing outside of her contemporary books (bared to you...etc) if seems very forced. I am also not a fan of the narration.
It was a nice light lsiten and just need something to get you through to the next book. You may want to add it to your wish list as a filler.
I was not crazy about this book; I skipped a lot of it because the main character should have caught on to the fact that there was a problem early on in the book and the family should have definitely handled the situation better. It was very predictable which made it irritating. I feel that it definitely could have been written better; with the same premise but without all of the thrown in drama that was suppose to be suspenseful but was just stupid and irritating.
This was a really nice listen. The book held my attention and I will definitely listen to the next one.Worth a credit.
This was a surprisingly good listen. I continued to skip purchasing it because of the synopsis did not grab my attention; saw some reviews on Amazon and Good Reads and decided to give it a try. It was defininitely worth the credit to me.
This was a good weekend listen held my attention. Writing was in the same style of 50 shades and i will definitely listen to the next book
Yes, I am a Diana Palmer fan; I love her style of writing it holds your attention. The narrator was a bonus
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