Started good, but quickly turned into an annoying teenage melodrama where the only conflict that existed could have been resolved if these two idiots ..Show More »would just communicate with each other. I was hoping for more substance and real struggle. Not to mention the lack of plausibility in many of the details. I'm willing to suspend disbelief, but this was too much for me. It's definitely the kind of book I would have loved as a teenager though, ha, but I've mostly out grown the cliches and over tired tropes this book uses. I was disappointed. I had really wanted to like this book.
The female narrator talks the entire time in this breathy, raspy, sort of sultry way that got on my nerves. The guy was good though.
I have read this book no less than 4 times and now hearing the audio, I'm they much more in love. Jay McLean has this amazing gift of adding the perfe..Show More »ct amount of everything into her books. It's funny, it's sad, it's joyful, it's inspiring, it's sexy, it's torture but most of all, it's perfect.
Charles and Tatiana did a great job narrating and putting voices to these characters that I love. Worth the credit or the money, hands down.
This is the last book in the More Than series and it is just as good as the others. You will be left with so many feels, you won't know what to do wit..Show More »h them all. Jay McLean takes you through Dylan and Riley's story that is filled with drama, romance, sex, humor, angst... Everything. This series is EVERYTHING.
More Than Enough has my favorite performers in the More Than crew. I think both Joe Arden with his deep, rough voice and Maxine Mitchell with her tone and timing, tell this story perfectly.
Worth the credit or if you don't have one, most definitely worth the money.