Ebony is a smart, sexy, career-oriented black woman who wants nothing more than a summer fling with a man who challenges her mind and body. What she doesn't expect is a blond haired, blue-eyed bass player - who won't take "no" for an answer - to accept the challenge.
When Ebony's attempt at a brief fling turns into more, despite negative reactions from friends and family, she finds juggling love, family, and career are nothing compared to the ultimate betrayal she endures. Now her dreams spiral into lies and secrets that threaten her future and her best friend's trust.
©2012 5 Prince Publishing (P)2014 M.J. Kane
No. Poor narrating.
Incarcerated. Love had to overcome some serious difficulty.
TOO fast and everyone is ALWAYS speeding through daisies. Meeting for drinks, arguing, making love. Very annoying. Performance improved toward the end.
Can t judge a book by it s cover.
I love nice Voices!
I enjoyed the book, but that narrator was reading like she did Stage Plays for a living. I do like plays, but her reading was overdone. Ebony and Brian's relationship was cute and believable.
Traveling therapist listening to AUDIBLE books while driving to far areas. Also host/produce radio show on KGLP 91.7 on staying positive!!
EMOTIONAL rollercoaster ride
The attack. (ick)
The lead character's accent was cadence was to rapid but, the other characters where fine. But, I still enjoyed the book. She did well.
The fight scene.
Can't wait for the next book to be in audible version.
Comparing the audio edition of A Heart Not Easily Broken to the print version is like comparing apples to oranges. I just loved this story on its own, but I also love the series.When reading a story, you conjure up images and you hear it in your head in your own voice. The audio version of this story came close to what I heard in my head reading the story.
I would say Quiana did a great job with inflection, accents and adding bass to her voice when doing the male roles. You know who is whom.In addition, I really liked the "soundtrack" in this version. I loved the music chosen for the different scenes, but sometimes it overpowered the narrator.
Relevant. Thought-provoking. Engaging.
While I enjoyed Ebony most, Quiana's ability to seamlessly transition from one character to the next caused me to forget that she was performing.
I experienced various emotions while listening to A Heart Not Easily Broken, laughing and crying were only a few. Yes, it was that good.
I could relate to almost every challenge Ebony and her girlfriends faced, both externally and internally. This audio book fits perfectly in the genre of Women's fiction and I'd strongly suggest you taking a listen.
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