Mitzy Neuhaus is the top-selling Realtor in Portland, but even her office is dead in this economy. Foreclosed is the word no homeowner wants to hear and Mitzy is determined to save the incredible mansion on her street from that fate. But with the homeowner desperate to keep Mitzy away from his property and Alonzo, the dangerously hot rival investor trying to snatch it out from under her, Mitzy knows she has to work fast, or the economy won't be the only thing dead....
©2010 Traci Tyne Hilton (P)2013 Traci Tyne Hilton
I like the whole idea of a story, but sooo much is lacking. Lawrence and Alonzo are hard to keep separate as the names are too similar. Not enough character development is done. The narrator, who is pleasant to listen to, doesn't have breaks In Between the chapters or scenes. . I finally quit listening to this choppy story when I could not visualize it anymore. I hope that the author would revisit this story with some depth and a good writing teacher. This story was like one long run-on sentence.
I can't think of anyone who would enjoy this book. It wasn't well written and it didn't really fit in with any of the categories.
All of them.
I am retired and my enjoyment is listening to books and crocheting.
I couldn't even get halfway through the book. I am a Christian, but I personally don't want to listen to a book that mentions God and Christ in every paragraph.
It was just OK
I didn't like the recording with all the background noise - cars honking, phones ringing, etc.
Totally addicted! It's possible I might need Audible rehab.
Because of the positive reviews I took a chance on this one and I live in Portland so I thought this would be a good gamble. BAH! Apparently "clean' means painfully boring. However if you are reaaally into learning about the daily grind of a realtor it might work for you. Wanted to enjoy a good local mystery, sadly disappointed in Portland.
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