Jaylin Jerome Rogers, an investment broker worth millions, lives a high-class life with plenty of women to share it with. Nestled in his lavishing home in Chesterfield, Missouri, he captures women with his wealth, charm, nine-plus inches of goodness, and amazingly good looks. Although his bed is never empty, his heart is. He feels nothing for the women who love him dearly and continues his search for the "perfect" one. When Scorpio Valentino, an attractive, seductive, and charming woman saunters into his view, she offers Jaylin a life of altering changes.
Mishi LaChepelle has become one of my favorite narrators. The story was good, much better than other books I've listened to from this author. Having a great narrator really makes a difference.
Reesa's a savvy financial planner with one goal - to have a baby before 35. But to do that, she's got to do one of two things: dump her current man, Simon, and find another man more suitable to be husband and father, or settle with Simon and work overtime trying to train him for the starring role. At 33, getting rid of Simon to find Mr. Right is a chance Reesa's not willing to take. But when she's had enough of Simon's antics and kicks him to the curb, will her goal change?
I love that the author keeps the story flowing and does not have alot of unnecessary fluff. I also like that he keeps it classy and tasteful and not use vulgar language. I love Mishi LaChappelle too. Her performance is very entertaining and easy to listen too. I hope they continue to work together .
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For best friends Mike, Max, and Ahmad, the bonds of friendship, love, and respect are put to the ultimate test as each one of them is forced to take a long, hard look at themselves and the women they love. They all said their "I do"s, but did they really understand what it meant?
FINALLY! It took several attempt to find a book worth buying. I haven't heard a good book with a good narrator and storyline in a long time. The narrator was awesome ! She is a new fav female narrator along with Dianna Luke. The writing was also awesome. Great listen!
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Tiffany can't avoid being funny: it's just who she is. But The Last Black Unicorn is so much more than a side-splittingly hilarious collection of essays - it's a memoir of the struggles of one woman who came from nothing and nowhere. A woman who was able to achieve her dreams by reveling in her pain and awkwardness, showing the world who she really is, and inspiring others through the power of laughter.
I struggled to finish this book. The timeline was all over the place so it was hard to keep up with what happened when. I give her credit for being brave enough to put her business out and expose her pain. I wish her the best .
Rachel Merrell goes into shock when her ex-boyfriend, Jeffery Williams, begins dating her half sister Marlene Draper. At first, Rachel swears Jeff is feigning interest in Marlene just to get back at her for breaking up with him. Rachel pretends Jeff's interest in Marlene doesn't bother her, but when they unexpectedly hit it off and love begins to blossom, Rachel can't bear to watch the happy couple. Suddenly, Rachel wants Jeff back and she is determined to get him no matter what the cost.
This book was mostly blah blah nothing. The same thing was repeated over and over. The author could have made the book so much more interesting. Being that I am from Houston I really wanted to like this book but it just had now WOW factor. Adenrela Ojo did a good job but Bonnie Turpin went overboard to me.
Khaled Hosseini, the number-one New York Times best-selling author of The Kite Runner and A Thousand Splendid Suns, has written a new novel about how we love, how we take care of one another, and how the choices we make resonate through generations.
After listening to Kite Runner and A Thousand Splendid Suns this book and was disappointing. I love A Thousand Splendid Suns and have listened to it several times. One of the narrators sounds like a heavy smoker and was very difficult to listen too.
Award-winning and best-selling author Beverly Jenkins delivers another satisfying and deeply emotional historical romance set during the Revolutionary War. Jenkins continues to win readers with her adventurous tales - where love and high stakes go hand in hand.
I love the way this story flows. I like that it has adventure and humor. Sometimes I would forget the era it was set in. One of the funniest parts to me was Ian's reaction to Maggie's painted toes. Kevin R. Free is my favorite male reader and as always he does an excellent job.