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The story development was very slow. It really lacked excitement in the first half of the book. The reader is good though it took me a while to distinguish the characters because of the lack of character development. The second half of the book was much better. As the book got interesting, it ended abruptly. I was left wanting to know what happened. There must be a sequel to this book because the story did not have a conclusion. This is the second book that I listened to by this author...I gave her a try, but she is not my favorite.
Better, quicker character development. Too much 'story' about nothing and not enough details about the things that mattered. The story moved through time too quickly leaving out vital details.
I enjoyed this read. It captured my attention. The ending.....ugh! I cant call it a cliff hanger but it does take you to the edge of the cliff without pushing you over. Like slamming on the brakes a the last minute. Otherwise I would have given it 4 stars.
Absolutely & I plan to do just that as soon as I finish the third installment of this series. This book was a great listen & even though the narrator wasn't who I would've chosen, I was still pleased with the story-line.
Toussaint, by far. He seems confident, alluring, & down right sexy. I like his spirit, his drive, & his go-getter mentality. He goes for what he wants.
When Toussaint showed up at Alexis' house & refused to leave without getting a chance to tell his side.
I think this is an appropriate title.
This story starts out a little slow, but once it gets going, which isn't long after it stays going & going & going & then it's gone & you're like no, wait, I need more. This is a great read/listen & I am thoroughly pleased I chose to start this series.
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