New York Times best-selling author Mary B. Morrison delivers an explosive second novel about the unforgettable Crystal women, a family battling to stay together as desire, deception, and ever-elusive happiness threaten to tear them apart.
Too much is never, ever enough for Alexis Crystal. She's playing a dangerous game, but she's finally close to getting 24/7 sizzling satisfaction. With a ring on her finger from James Wilcox and the woman she loves firmly between her sheets, no one can match Alexis when it comes to scheming. And her duplicity just makes her better at helping her siblings get revenge on the lovers who are doing them wrong....
Devereaux Crystal just about has it all. Producer of TV's hottest new reality show, she's engaged to entrepreneur Phoenix and will do anything for their adorable two-year-old, Nya. She and Phoenix have always set it off in the bedroom, but lately Devereaux is starting to question whether Phoenix will ever make his own success, much less set a wedding date. Soon his seductive excuses and tantalizing evasion finally lead her to an unthinkable truth: Ebony, the fiery star of Devereaux's series, is keeping Phoenix primed, hot, and at her beck and call. But Devereaux is holding all the cards - and she plans to use them to exact the sweetest revenge….
With the help of her sisters, Devereaux sets out to blow up Phoenix's house of lies. But the explosion ignites its own chain of devastating consequences. Because no one should mess with the Crystal women without expecting some fierce payback.
©2016 Mary B. Morrison (P)2016 Recorded Books
Truly love Mary's books, but this one was off. The story did not grip me like the first book or some of her other books. I hope she continues with the Crystal women but please refocus.
loved it but boring at times or story veered off lost at times..too many questions still unanswered..book just abruptly finished no cliffhanger to next part..#shakingmyhead
I loved the way the book is read likes reality show.. I felt as if I was watching a great series. I loved the dynamics the readers brought to the story line, definitely worth the wait!
The first book of this series was way better. This one was just drama filled. The narrator for Alexis is annoying and so is her character. Get back on track please
this is good for messy teens that think CheeseCake Factory workers are a come up.
The story was too fictional for my liking. Who stays with a man thats having an affair with your daughter that happens to be her brother that she is pretending to be pregnant by.
The men's voices were not believable and seemed out of place
disappointment, this books should have never seen the light of day.
this book treats the CheeseCake Factory workers as if they are the owners. This family is worst than the Kardashians when it comes to sleeping with the same man and made up drama
Generally speaking, I like Mary Morrison's books. She's a top notch author who consistently
does an excellent job of developing characters, interweaving storylines, providing sufficient detail, and keeping her readers in suspense. Just Can't Let Go includes all of those elements. But, too much of a good thing can easily become bad. There are too many primary storylines, too many primary characters, and way too much detail (especially in the sex scenes). As for the performance, all of the narrators except one were excellent. The narration for the character Dev was horrible. Despite all of the above, I'm a Mary Morrison fan for life, so I will continue to read or listen to whatever she puts out.
It was ok, not her best. just a whole lot of sex and cheating.
She always have the best narrator, they really hold your attention.
This book got to have a book 2, it left you hanging.
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