I listen to books on my way to and from work . This time is usually well spent listening to various books. This book was chosen by my book club and while I enjoyed the book for the most part; it was at times difficult to listen to due to the happenings in the story or the reader's slow souther dialect.
The voices were well done, but at times the southern drawl was painfully slow. I would listen in double time to get through it.
This is a great book as a sequel to the first "Fifty Shade of Gray" book.
Christian Gray has grown on me since the first book. This second book explains more of the "why" Christian is the way he is.
I've gotten use to her voice. In the first book, her voice was distracting at times. Now that I am into the second (and even third) book, I've gotten use to her inflections and various voices used.
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