A gunshot meant to end the legacy of the Casey Clan has left a weakened Cain fighting to regain control of her business while trying to protect her heart from the woman who left her. As the heat of violence rises, so does the passion.
©2006 Ali Vali (P)2016 Bold Strokes Books Inc
The wrath of Cain.
The Godfather. Except she's the Godmother. I love mob stories. Even better when it's
The way her daughter loves her, and when she gave the couple the baby.
Can't wait for book 3. Don't take too long.
I love the Cain Casey series. I have already read them all. I'm getting more used to listening to Hilaire Mukavitz. I don't love her voice, but getting familiar w/ it. The book is great, you need to listen to book 1 or read it before you start this one. Thanks to BSB for getting this on audio.
"Needs a better narrator, too many characters for 1"
I listened to the first book in this series, and it was thrilling, full of cliff hangers in each chapter almost, and the end...wow had to get the second! But it is fairly ordinary by comparison. It flows straight from the last word in the first chapter, then the awful narrator who was the only thing I disliked in the first book, continues ruining this book which is basically the first chapter covers the fallout from the bomb, the rest of the book covers repairing the club and offices, which is good to hear more from Muriel who is a much deeper character. The chapters are also full of explicit sexual descriptions of the loved up twosome, Cain is with the flawless Emma...we get it, one chapter would suffice! There's some retributive murders, but that's it.
Worse is the narrator, there needs to be more people narrating, it's ludicrous listening to this narrator try to impersonate a multitude of characters, various and diverse.
Report Inappropriate Content