As the pampered wife of Frankie Bingham, Camille wants for nothing. After all, Frankie and their life together are her whole world. So Camille tries not to be bothered by his closeness with his coworker and dear friend Gillian. But it soon becomes clear that Camille's suspicions are correct. When his indiscretions become a public matter, Camille is pushed to a dangerous breaking point that spells disaster for them all.
Camille's sister, Misa, is newly divorced and clueless about men. She smothers men with phone calls, emails, and pops up unannounced at their homes. She hacks into their voicemail and email and causes drama. So when she sets her sights on Baron, he has no idea what hit him. Will her quest to win his heart cost her everything?
Dominique Storms appears to have it all - a great career, a beautiful New York condo and a gifted teenaged daughter. Her only problem is that the man she loves is incarcerated. While trying to juggle the demands of motherhood, work, and friendships, she manages to make her man, Jamel, a priority in her life. But is he doing the same? And is she too distracted to notice what is going on with her daughter?
Latoya Blake seems to be the one who has life all figured out - that is, until some skeletons are discovered in her closet. When her well-put-together façade crumbles, will she crumble as well?
©2009 Tracy Brown; (P)2010 Blackstone Audio, Inc., and Buck 50 Productions, LLC
"Brown makes these desperate women amazingly sympathetic even as they make foolish choices, and the same goes for Frankie B., despite his appalling mistreatment of Camille. It all adds up to some seriously twisted problems leading to some cliffhanging shockeroos that undoubtedly mean a sequel is on its way." (Publishers Weekly)
Overall, I loved the story, but what messed it up for me was the narrator. She stuttered and repeated sentences a few times. She messed up the flow. I think this novel should be narrated again!!
this story kept me wanting to know more and more, this story was so heart wrenching! the reader transmitted the feelings of the story so perfect! please write the 3rd book for this story, what happens to Frankie?
Not if I have a choice. The narrator was so horrible. Its like they recorded the entire book in one sitting, didn't edit anything, and just decided to go with whatever they had.
It was ok, a little less dramatic than I thought it would be. But I'm glad its a second book because its still alot left to each of these stories.
It really took away from the story hearing her turn pages, mess up, cough, and turn the music on and off at the beginning and end of each chapter.
Gillian to try and show her that shes an idiot. or Camille to try and show her that she let herself go
It was sad to hear the goodness of Frankie at the beginning of the story and what he ended up turning into. Its like he was portrayed so greatly, but he ended up being not a good person at all, a coward in more ways than one.
I enjoyed the story but it was very hard to keep listening to the narrator. It was almost as if she were smacking in between words! She also paused mid sentence quite a bit!
I would recommend the book, but not the audio version.
This one was much worse than the narration of White Lines.
The narrator mis-pronounced words adn ran sentences together. She had a nice voice, but definitely needs practice.
Yes, and the follow up was great.
I have to purchase the print version because I could not listen to the narrator
Terrible. It sounds like she either had a cold or just woke up. I couldn't enjoy the content and I plan to stay a fan of Tracy Brown...
The story was great, which is why I kept listening
I liked each of the characters personalities and life stories
The name was perfect
Tracy Browns books are way to good for such an awful and unprofessional narrator
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