Now that they are together, Monica wonders if the younger Lewis is the right man for her. Lewis senses Monica drifting and promises to get his life and career in order. But scheming ex-husband Nate is just as determined to steal Monica back - and destroy Lewis in the process.
©2008 R. Marcus Johnson; (P)2009 Recorded Books, LLC
This was the follow up to Million Dollar Divorce. I liked Nate even though he was a snake in the grass.
The ending I wont give it away.
It was okay
I would listen the entire Million Dollar Divorce series again. I'm a fan of RM Johnson. I like his writing style. He has the ability to take some far fetch ideas and make them believable.
Originally, Monica was my favorite character. However, in this second novel Monica comes across as REALLY dumb and naïve to me. In this book, I didn't have a favorite character, I sort of disliked them all, in a good way.
I've listen to three Kevin Free performances. This is by far one of his best. The others he performed with a female narrator. I think he does better as a solo narrator.
I had such extreme reactions to this book. I screamed, "NOOOO." I laughed and cried at the end. Freddie killed is father at a young age. He was never rehabbed from that crime, and in the end he was STILL capable of cold blood murder.
Enjoyed the narrator Kevin Free.
The last few chapter made the story line great not another predictable ending.
what i liked best about the book was the story line. when i heard book number one
surprisingly, i think my favorite character is nate. why, well its kinda hard to explain. i guess its because he sees life in a simple messed up sort of way. and life is teaching him that he has to pay in one way or another when u intentionally go around hurting people for your own benefit.
no i have not, as far as i know.
I didnt really like this follow up to the Million Dollar Divorce. The story was the same nothing new happened. I stopped listening after chapter 3.
I suffered through the first few hours of this book until I couldn't take the sound of the narrator's voice any longer. Upon reading the book's synopsis it sounded like a really interesting read. I'm going to have read it myself instead of suffering through the audio version. I'm clearly not a fan of Kevin Free's reading.
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