Essence best-selling authors of Love Don’t Live Here Anymore, the husband/wife team of Chiles and Millner use a dramatic “he said, she said” approach in a novel that carries listeners right into the hearts of two lifelong friends.
Aaron and Nina grew up on the same street and have been best buddies for 25 years. Now they wonder if they might ruin their relationship if they make room in it for passion and romance.
©2004 Denene Millner; Nick Chiles (P)2005 Recorded Books, LLC
It needed maybe 1 or 2 more chapters at the end of the book. I felt a like I was left hanging a bit.
I would but I would warn them that it's pretty predictable. However, I like the he said/she said concept of presentation.
I like that there are different people narrating the book. However, the production leaves a little bit to be desired when I can hear the narrator swallowing while reading.
I have been a fan of Denene and Nick for many years and I think they should write more together. But I would invest in a really good editor to round out the story line. You are both very talented writers and you are doing yourselves an injustice not to put out complete work.
The story started out great giving you an insider's look into the beginnings of a long time relationship between two friends who eventually became a couple...However, the craziness between the two of them, although comical, seemed very dysfunctional. Although it wasn't the worse story, it certainly could've used some help with the ending...It just kind of left you hanging.
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