• 90 Days

  • Prairie Town, Book 2
  • By: T.E. Ridener
  • Narrated by: Molly King
  • Length: 7 hrs and 28 mins
  • 4.6 out of 5 stars (5 ratings)

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Publisher's Summary

While her sister and future brother-in-law prepare for their wedding day, which is set to happen in three months, 24-year-old Laney McIntosh is barely holding her life together by a thread.

She's been forced to fake a smile for months for the sake of her family, but she isn't so sure she can do it anymore. There are secrets she has kept and they will threaten to shatter the picture-perfect status they've finally achieved since her sister's return.

Through the ever-growing darkness in her mind there is one beacon of light that shines brighter than the rest: Benji, one of her sister's best friends.

Benji Palmer is a transgender man and he has his share of demons, but what he feels for Laney has only been growing stronger since the moment he met her. Despite his own struggles, he wants nothing more than to make Laney happy, and he's determined to heal her heart.

A lot of things can happen in 90 days.

Good things.

Bad things.

Crazy things.

Beautiful things.

Will Laney and Benji finally get the happily ever after they've always wanted?

©2017 T.E. Ridener (P)2017 T.E. Ridener

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This is a great story with a very good narration by Molly. The user Jamie seems to be very critical of voice actors perhaps out of jealousy but her nasty commentary and reviews should be over looked. Negative people are the worst thing in the world for progress. Great Job Molly . Jamie isn’t worth 5 minutes of anyones time.

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After the preceding book “180 Days” and myself being trans I was excited to see this follow on book. Was the author having a panic attack when it was written. Lydia became mentally unstable (my opinion) and experienced needless panic attacks over insignificant events. Not only Lydia but other characters also. It was like all the residents at a mental institution started acting out at the same time. Lots of the story did not flow.

I try to support the voice actors but Molly needs to get more than two voices to try to support 8 or more actors. At times she would use the wrong voice; kind of hard to do with only two voices. A total disaster that I could not continue to listen to after only several hours.

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Book 2 even better than book 1.

Would you consider the audio edition of 90 Days to be better than the print version?

Yes the audio is always better than the print version. Sometimes when there is a sequel to a book it falls short. But not in this case. This book has more to it than even book 1 which was good and interesting.

What was one of the most memorable moments of 90 Days?

Toward the end where Benji is trying to be a man and feels he is falling short. I had so many feelings going around at this point. He was trying so hard and so worried at what Lainey would feel about him.

What about Molly King’s performance did you like?

I loved how Molly King performed the male parts. Her voice let you know when each male charactor was speaking. You could hear the difference. It added a lot to the story.

Was there a moment in the book that particularly moved you?

I felt so sorry for Lainey for the inter toil that she goes thru when she is at home in her bedroom. Trying to fight the voices and succeeding at doing just that.

Any additional comments?

I was voluntarily provided this free review copy audiobook by the author, narrator, or publisher.