Austin, Tx | Member Since 2013
I would recommend this book to a friend. The story was captivating. I couldn't do anything without turning on the book. Good read and great lessons learned.
Jada was my favorite character. She had to fight inner demons to end up on top. So much happened to her at a early age and I can identify with her. Not the drug addiction but everything else.
Yes, I liked how she changed her voice depending on who the character was. Her voice wasn't annoying like some narrators. Allyson Johnson gets a thumbs up.
Trials and Tribulations
It was so down to earth. It was like real life. Like my life.
Betty Jean!!! She is my mom. Everything about her is my mom. My mom is raising her two grandchildren. She has some of the same struggles as Betty Jean.
When Luther read the letter to Betty Jean. I couldn't stop crying....
When Betty Jean lost her daughter.. That was hard for her!
This story was good. Misa did exactly what I would have done had someone violated my son. I want Camille to get over Frankie. I just purchased Snapped which I think I read out of order. This entire series has been great. I've only listened to Tracy Brown on audio and I love her books. Gillian needs to get a life. You can't take someone's husband and think it will work out for you.
I liked Toya, Dominique, and the Misa's lawyer. Misa's lawyer was a bad chic. Toya had a hard life but fell in love with the most unlikely person. Dominique sounded like me a bit.
All the courtroom scenes were the best. I liked when the lawyer broke Misa's ex-husband down.
Shane with his little self. Any little boy being victimized and being ok is memorable to me.
This is a great listen. If you haven't tried one of Tracy Brown books try them out. Love them.
No, I only read or listen to a book once.
This wasn't nearly as good as the original White Lines. It didn't have the detail and it left a lot of unanswered questions.
I love her narration.
Jada - she has had it so hard. She just needs a friend to listen to her
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