It started off good, then it became apparent it was one of THOSE cheap cookie-cutter romance novels where the same lines are repeated over and over and over. The lead characters assuming the worst, constantly whining. Same story, different names & locations, nothing original. Ugh! What a waste of a good credit.
I've heard the storyline a thousand times. The whole story was predictable and started to drone on towards the end. Good thing it's so short or I would've had to skim through to get to the happily ever after.
I can't understand how this book got so many 5 star reviews! The Hero, a narcissistic womanizing douche-bag, has no redeeming qualities and the heroine stoops to his level of immaturity to win the game. I couldn't stomach more than 5 chapters. Pure trash.
Amazing detail, original, so many twists & turns. No boring cookie cutter work here, no repetitive fluff, just solid story telling. A page turner start to finish. Rachael Abbott is now in my top 5 writers. Can't wait for more by this amazing author.
One depressing tragedy after another! I can't understand all the 5 star ratings. How can anyone find this type of story entertaining? Most of the men are dishonorable, greedy, grossly immoral and treat the women terrible. The women are continuously victimized throughout the book. And the narrator was extremely irritating. If you like a love story with a happily-ever-after, skip this book. It's one very long downer.
I've really enjoyed the whole series. Catherine Bybee is quickly becoming one of my favorite authors.
Two college students, struggling to get through life after each suffering horrible traumas during childhood, discover each other and realize they have a deep connection.
Yes. I won't be selecting anymore.
I just can't listen to 11 hours of pompous wealthy socialites drone on & on about meaningless issues, complaining extensively about the slightest inconvenience, gossiping over every little detail of everyones lives and looking down their noses at the less fortunate. Just such a waste of time and money.
David Horovitch was fabulous.
The story is great from beginning to end. Lots of action, details, realistic portrayal of people in power with prejudices against those they are threatened by. The narrator was so good, it was almost distracting. I kept being surprised by each additional unique voice he came up with. Very refreshing after having many books ruined by a really bad narrator. I'm definitely going to add Marcus Sakey and Luke Daniels to my favorites.
I like the different narrators theme. The story, however, dragged on & on. Though the wolf trivia was interesting, it was depressing how a man could throw away his family and then listen to his kids whine for hours about how they got screwed by their father. Why would that be entertaining for anyone? I couldn't take anymore and skipped to the end.
The story was formulaic, cheesy and tedious; not up to JAK standards, by any means. Throw in a narrator who is so bad, you can't tell which character is talking, male or female. She didn't even try to lower her pitch for the male voices. I will add this narrator to the bad reader list. Don't waste your credit.
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