This book had an interesting beginning. The idea of orphans being used as subjects for home economics classes at a university for a year or two before being sent out for adoption, conjurs up all sorts of possibilities. The character of Henry House who remained at at he university and suffered emotional problems could have been carried over to explore the effect of this program on other "house babies." Instead,the second half of the book, was devoted to Henry's sexual escapades. Enough Already! You can stop listening after the first half of the book as the second half consists of weak and boring sexual exploits.
This is nothing more than a poor excuse for a romance novel and it is also boring. It is a waste of time and money. The plot? There is none.
I agree with Betty & Kerry. It is poorly written and poorly read. Don't waste you money unless you like gruesome scenes.
Maybe the book was good, but the narration was awful. The voices were exceptionally irritating. This was the first audible book I could not finish.
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