Sweet, funny insecure girl whose stronger than she knows meets alpha guy who shows her just how strong she really is. Um yeah it's totally worth the credit!
I got bored with the first trilogy and never downloaded the the third book. I really enjoyed this one and look forward to the next part of this series. The characters are more believable to me and I don't feel the strong dislike for the male character that I felt in This Man.
It's definitely raw, gritty and no one is innocent that's for sure. For some reason I like these terribly flawed people, but only from afar! If you're prudish, and there's nothing wrong with being prudish, give this series a wide berth!
It's a little dated, but it was a good solid story, I chuckled, groaned at her perceived angst and smiled at their true affection for each other, what more can you ask for in a romance book? Yeah go ahead and use your credit.
This story is well written but the mental illness addressed in this story, is whitewashed way too much and as someone who has dealt with this type of illness, it's no small thing when the one suffering rejects taking medication and I found it hard to get past that! But if you don't have my baggage, you'll probably enjoy this story and I will look for more from this author.
Ok Ok, so it is a rip off of Fifty Shades, but it's a good one, it doesn't take itself to seriously and its laugh out loud funny in places. I didn't have high hopes so I was pleasantly surprised by how well written it was, all the references to pop culture made me laugh and reminded me of the old HBO series Dream On. I will be purchasing the rest of the four part story and hope the quality and the narrator remain the same! Also they didn't make the characters sound too ethnic which I appreciate, I mean come on, educated black women don't sound ghetto.
I'm really conflicted about the audiobook, I like the premise of the story... Well I like the story, it's well written and the dialog was fine. I just had a serious disconnect with the age of the characters in this book. If the characters were 26 and 28 instead of 16 and 18, I probably would have enjoyed the story much more, their young age just kept rolling around in the back of my mind, and I'd find myself cringing at the very adult situations they were put in and no parental supervision what so ever! Jeesh!
Where oh where do I begin? This story reminds me of Accidentally On Purpose, except not as well done, AOP did a good job of making you truly care about the main character, this book not so much, she seemed constantly on the verge of becoming a megalomaniac and seemed to enjoy it. Still it was a good read.
This is a prelude to the Zombie Fallout Series, and it is nothing short of amazing! The Zombie Fallout series was Horror with comedic relief and Indian Hill adds Sci Fi into the mix!
Mike Talbot of course
I can't imagine anyone else doing the reading.
Kudo's to Mark Tufo, can wait to download the rest of the trilogy
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