Renowned for his popular contributions to anthologies of African-American erotica, award-winning author Eric Pete is a silky-smooth voice in contemporary fiction. Pete leaves nothing to the imagination when it comes to L.A.’s dirty little secrets in the steamy novel Don’t Get It Twisted.
Massage therapist Isrie Walker and plus-sized fashion photographer Deja Douglas are best friends for life. After a bout of bad luck with the opposite sex, these two divas go on a mission to find the love that’s been missing in their lives.
©2005 Eric Pete (P)2006 Recorded Books, LLC
I am an Audible Junkie!!!! lol I try to give reviews that are free of spoiler alerts. This is why I rarely go into the storyline.
It was just OK. The content was good as it relates to relationships. Just a predictable outcome.
In the bottom 10.
When Isrie ran ito Ryan at the club and the nasty things he said to her. I felt her pain and understood her insecurities.
Yes. I love Susan Spain's voice. This was comparable to what I listened to before. She has a good flow and brings the character to life.
When Dejah finally accepted her own beauty.
I haven't read a book like this in a while; the ups and downs of love. But it was a refreshing break from all of the noir stuff I've been reading and listening to. Although the end had a bit of a twist and drama, it was still lite and I walked away feeling good about how it ended. I will definitely check out more of Pete's work.
Love books on tape! It's all about the narrators for me though. No matter how good the story, if the narrator doesn't cut it...
I really lliked this story because it wasn't trashy and full of smut. The characters were very likeable. I really enjoyed the friendship between the two women. I recommend this highly. As always, the narrators for me play an integral part of the story, and they did a fabulous job!
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