I'm the woman Madison's husband truly loves. And I'll match her game for game to make him mine. Sindy Singleton isn't about to lose Chicago DuBois to Madison again. But getting him to open his heart once more won't be enough to satisfy her. Enlisting the help of Chicago's worst enemy is the fastest way she knows to expose Madison's most brazen deception yet. But Madison has more than one devastating card to play…
I don't care what mistakes I've made. I'll do whatever it takes to get my perfect marriage back. If there's one thing Madison has learned from her disastrous bet, it's how to turn catastrophe into opportunity. Playing on Chicago's fatherly instincts will maintain her access to the DuBois fortune--and keep her family's empire successful. Using sweet Sindy's niceness against her will knock her out of the running. And the cherry on top: Madison's got the perfect scheme to finally take care of her ex-lover, her rivals, and the husband she'll never let go…
©2014 Mary B. Morrison (P)2014 Recorded Books
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FIRST, I WANNA GIVE THE NARRATERS KUDOS!!! U 4 WERE GREAT, AND MR,EZRA I TRY TO LOOK FOR BOOKS THAT U READ FROM YOU'RE THE MAN!!
OK THE BOOK IS A MUCH READ, SINCY IS A PIECE OF WORK. GET THE AUDIO, WORTH THE CREDIT
Grandville is the best. He is a true nut and kept me laughing out loud.
The 1st 2 books in this series....also great reads.
I didn't have one particular favorite scene, but Grandville's mention of his "wood being tired" cracked me up. You'll have to read it to know what I mean.
Grandville is my favorite character in all 3 books. He should get his own book. I don't know who thinks of ALL of the crazy stuff that he comes up with, but it's hella funny. Keep it up!!!
A total book geek who wishes she had the gift of writing!!
The first two books in this series were great and entertaining. This one has so much thrown in.. It was very choppy leaving you with a clue of endless questions. The ending might have been a cliffhanger.. who know.. Roosevelt was a strong spiritual man in the first two books, but in this one he was portrayed as weak and gullible in my opinion. I also wish the narrators were the same as the first book as well.
Maybe if she cleans this up
Tisha she had no purpose
Chicago was my favorite character. He was so naive but smart at the same time. He lead with his heart and wanted to do the wrong thing even when he knew he shouldn't.
The voices were great, not dry or monotone.
Helen, she was cleverly evil.
To be continued
Granville he is straight crazy.
Madison realizing you can't buy or manipulate true love
Please keep Cary Hite as the narrator for character of Granville if another one comes out on audio. Cary has taken the character to a level nobody can duplicate he brings out the craziness in it making it more funny and enjoyable.Ezra Knight is one of my favorite narrators but not for Voice of Granville.
No, the ending was disappointing
More enthusiasm in the reading
Nothing more to add
Great book but the person the grated on my nerves the most was Chicago! He's too dense for my liking! Him being blindly in love with Maddison & then him being head over heels for Sindy annoyed me. I don't like the way the women in this book were all fighting over him! Why Maddison couldn't get over him although he let Sindy in the birthing room, allowed his mom to cut the cord & chose a name for the baby with his brother without consulting her at all! I also dont understand how Sindy could through the word conniving and controlling around but not realize she is the women she hates. And why did no one question how Granville could afford an apartment like that. I really hope there is a 4th book!
Yes. Let me start by saying I listen to all three books in the series and I must say Book One was by far the best. The drama, suspense, twist and depth of the Book One was intense. Book Two was actually not memorable and Book Three was annoying. But I'll admit based on Book One I would and will read another book by Ms. Morrison.
As for the narration I dislike how the narrators read sections of the book instead of reading the actual characters parts. The narrators themselves, I felt, didn't have enough inflection in their voice and I couldn't hear much of a variance between the characters portrayals.
The plot dragged and for the most part predictable. This is in stark contrast to Book One. In addition, the characters seem to lose their depth, especially Chicago.
As stated before, the narration I dislike how the narrators read sections of the book instead of reading the actual characters parts. The narrators themselves, I felt, didn't have enough inflection in their voice and I couldn't hear much of a variance between the characters portrayals.
SPOILER ALERT: There is room for a fourth book, assuming the gentleman in Dubai cares about "losing" $50M. Other than that... as for a reaction... relief when it ended.... (I did want to see the characters through till the end, hence me reading Book Three after the let down in Book Two.)
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