I really love this series. While the abuse written in the story is not a happy story, the character is a wonderful strong black woman. I will be sad..Show More » when the series ends. (At the time of this review, I'm on book four). Worth the chip! I also love the friendship she has with her BFF. Just a nice series overall.
good read but for this to be the second book in a series there was no reason to take almost 10 chapters going over what was in the first book. made it..Show More » dry until it actually started. hope book three does not do the same
I enjoyed this book, although I knew the outcome at the beginning. The redeeming factor in a situation like this is the unfolding of the story, and t..Show More »here I think the author did a good job of getting to the obvious. It was a bit drawn out and repetative, but a good book nonetheless. The narrator was annoying, too may "MOUTH" sounds going on, but tolerable.
If this was meant to be the sequel to the book "God Don't Play," there was no need for a continuation. And Recorded Audio, can you PLEASE fi..Show More »nd another narrator? I mean, come on, Patricia R. Floyd's voice is so tired and predictable. You can just picture her rolling her neck and eyes while reading the script. It took me about 3 weeks to finish, which is unheard of. It just didn't hold my attention. But I guess if you're looking for a bedtime story, go for it. It definitely induces sleep.
I was disappointed with Annette's behavior throughout the entire book. She acted like she had no sense after all she'd been through and after all she ..Show More »had done in the previous 4 books. I was also disappointed at the way the author kept prolonging the crucial events, with descriptions and blasts from the past. It was more like beating around the bush, after taking us through 4 books. The first 3 books were good, but the last 2 weren't that great.