Red Light Wives is a sassy and scandalous novel of six women who engage in the world's oldest profession. They have something else in common too, their "manager," Clyde Brooks - a charismatic but hard man who fills many roles in each woman's life. But soon, an act of rebellion may change their relationship forever.
©2004 Mary Monroe; (P)2005 Recorded Books,LLC
"A remarkable talent." (Chicago Sun-Times)
This book was ok and kept me busy listening while I do my laundry and other things I do while listening to my books, the end was a little "meh" though.
I drive I listen!
It was pretty good. Didn't like that Clyde died but I guess it had to happen so that they can move on with their lives. I have read other books by this author and listen to voices by the same ladies and they have always been good I like a mix of voices. Definitely worth the purchase.
I didn't read the print version. I like audiobooks because I can discreetly listen to them in places where it would be rude to have a novel out reading (i.e. Work)
I like all the characters but I felt uneasy when Helen spoke. The book focused to much on her experiences which were horrible.
Don't understand the question.
Rosalee losing her family and the wives moving past that lifestyle. Even though some of their lives didn't turn out perfect they seem happier.
It was ok, it was hard to keep up with who was who. But the narrator Patricia Floyd is annoying, when she open up her mouth it sounds like she's smacking, and all that swollen she do before and during a sentence... UHG its annoying. Im not sure if I can continue listen to a book that she narrates.
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