Genevieve hits all the crowd-pleasing notes that we have come to expect from a Dickey novel, delivered in a style that is sexy, raw, humorous, and thrilling all at once.
©2005 Eric Jerome Dickey; (P)2005 Brilliance Audio, Inc.
Amazing...Eric Jerome Dickey delivers a well written, explict story line that keeps you engaged throughout the novel and as always his endings are truely unexptected. His characters are so complicated and he manages to tell about each of them so you walk away feeling as if you know them. Because of my busy life I would not have an opportunity to enjoy his writings if not for the majic of audio books.
I Luv Audible!!
From chapter one until the end of the book I was totally enthralled. The author has captured every emotion in the characters he presented. The story line well thought of and chronicled to invite an audience to become captivated by the emotions that rack the main characters lives.
A story about hurt, pain fear and the struggle of owning an identity is immensely brought out.
The narrator. I was skeptical at first, as I am with male narrators doing female voices. However Richard Allen was magnificent. He understood what Dickey wanted to tell about the characters and he brought everyone to life. He gave each character an identity and he made their situations real and believable. Even the sex scenes were not raunchy sounding but exciting, stimulating and made you want to listen to his voice for ever.
Definitely one of my top favourites from Audible and truly a must listen!!
Eric Jerome Dickey is just as sexy as he can be lol. Well I enjoyed this book in totality. What touched me the most was how (and I'll try not to give anything away) both main characters had to revert back to child hood. It was so sweet. I never realize how much I enjoy one of his novels until I have time to reflect afterward. Great Read...I recommend this book...
I may recommend to this to others, overall it was good.
I don't have three words
Yes I would recommend this audio book to anyone. The story captivated my heart, and took away my breath a few times. And then at the end the very thing I jumped in the air about.. ended up being the very thing I forgot about.
When Genevieve began to pull away her layers.
Genevieve brother and wife fighting, and her screaming, ''it was a black woman that wrote the matrix." Lol.
The sex scenes... omg!! and then what the protagonist was feeling in every moment.
I mean it's Eric Jerome Dickey. It felt great to read a book that shows his emotional Cancer water energy throughout it like "Between Lovers''.
Simply complicated. I like a little fiction in my life to break it all up. No time to read anymore so now I listen to my books.
I've read this book once and listened to it twice because it was so brilliantly written. Love me some Eric Jerome Dickey
I loved this story, love the title character. I actually cried at the end. So touching how deep Genevieve is. :-)
(Not very crazy about the way the narrator read it though. :-/ )
I thoroughly enjoyed the audio edition of Genvieve. Richard Allen smooth baritone really brought the characters to life -- he can make reading the phone book steamy!
The male lead. His story is very recognizable. The reader is lead to believe Genvieve is a broken woman that her husband is forced to repair, however that thought is turned on it ear since he too is broken.
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