In this thrilling new series, acclaimed author Lutishia Lovely dives into the scandalous heart of romantic obsession with a cunning, sexy seductress, and the object of her affections....
Freelance writer Jacqueline Tate arrives in Los Angeles and soon meets brilliant, award-winning scientist Randall Atwater, the man she's come to cover at a conference on trends and technology. He is everything she's read about - brainy, witty, handsome, and cool. And after a week spent with the most fascinating man she's ever known, there's no way she can give him up. There's just one problem: Randall's wife of 20 years. No matter - men like Randall are few and far between. Jacqueline knows that with a few bold moves, she can win the man she loves. But what happens when her love story is not a love story?
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Another good one. Started out a little slow but most of the great ones do. You would never guess the happenings in the story. It was really good. Jacqueline uhn uhn uhn, she was a very diverse character. The strength of Sherry was monumental. True ride or die. Man, Randall, his nerdy butt could have done more in the way of prevention, but shows men are weak! Hit the select button, its good! I promise.
I wouldn't have made Jaqueline's insanity so apparent so early. I wouldn't have had Randall basically revealing that Jacqueline's claims of their affair were completely fabricated so fast. Identifying Jaqueline as crazy really ends the story there and you can pretty much predict the rest of the book from chapter 25. I also would have liked more background into Jaqueline's mental illness.
I would be willing to try. The book still held my interest and Lutisha offered a side of insanity/mental illness in the African American community that we rarely see.
No changes for Shari Peele
Yes, The Perfect Affair was worth the listening time. It was average as far as book time, but it was a quick listen as it was easy to follow and kept you entertained.
This book was awesome. The writer presented a true story of crazy which can be all too real! The narrator illuminated the time and tenor of the text easily. I didn't want to put it down.
This book was so boring and predictable. As you listen to the story, you can hear the narrator taking these loud gulps, deep awkward breaths and smacking her dry mouth. Disgusting! Also, she had the voice of a person much older than the characters so it was creepy hearing her describe sex scenes. The concept of the book isn't bad but the execution and delivery is horrible.
The book was well wrote and the narration was excellent however, I couldn't get over the less than smart characters. For them to be so intelligent (e.g. scientist and teacher) they sure were slow to pick up the cues. I don't particularly like books that are predictable or tend to make the characters so simple minded. It's like a bad movie where you see a character heading for a dark alley all one. This just makes me want to get up and walk out of the theater. It's the same with books I tend to want to put them down and never pick them up again because you already know what's going to happen next. Overall the book was just ok.
It was slow at first but once it got going this is really good lot of twists and turns for Maddox it was weird at the end but it was really really good I love this book
It was full of twists and turns which kept me on my toes. I usually only listen at work, but this book had me listening in my car and at home.
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