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- By: Sandi Lynn
- Narrated by: Nelson Hobbs, Fran Jewels
- Length: 6 hrs and 32 mins
Men. They all come from the big genetic whirlpool of dysfunction central and their brains are all wired the same when it comes to women. “I’ll text her when I get around to it, in a day or two. Three if she’s lucky.” From one failed relationship after another, I made it my mission to get inside the heads of men to find out what really made them tick when it came to pursuing a woman. My goal was to help women take their lives and their power back when the guy they liked behaved badly. I wanted to empower them by teaching the concept of #Delete.
- By silvia on 07-19-19
Story had potential - Sub par narration....
I was looking forward to reading this story because I love the texting love connection type stories and the overall plot was pretty cute. I did listen to the whole thing. I didn't hate the book, but I also didn't love. I just kind of hung in there out of mild curiosity. The narration definitely leaves little to be desired. The woman's voice was ok at first, but her impressions of her other friends made them sound manly and her inflections and the emotions she was putting behind her thoughts and dialogue felt very off from what I would assume the author was trying to portray through the writing.
The man was absolutely terrible, I hate to be harsh with criticism, but it really felt so dry and not emotional at all. His dialogue was completely flat and did not engage me with his character at all. He sounded like he was reading out of a history book instead of conveying a love story.
The narration was so bad I had to stop listening and simply read parts because I was getting all the wrong emotions and feelings from their interpretation.
I did not really feel any connection at all with the characters which is a bummer and I am sure it has to be caused by a mixture of the story telling and narration. There wasn't really an appropriate amount of character development in my opinion.
So all-in-all, I didn't hate it, but didn't love it either.
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