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Cameron 3

Narrated by: Cee Scott
Length: 6 hrs and 58 mins
4.5 out of 5 stars (28 ratings)

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Drama comes in threes. Or so that seems to be the case with Cameron. A shocking revelation followed up by a series of unfortunate events has left her stranded, hurt, and feeling more alone than ever. With the love of her life locked up, and a friend of her deceased ex wanting to be the special man in her life, what will Cameron decide to do? And whatever decision she does make, will it be the best one? New friends, faces, and drama added to the load she already has, will Cameron be able to make it out unscathed, and will her and Jude's relationship survive even with the many obstacles in the way?

©2013 Jade Jones (P)2016 Jade Jones

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my review

I like the book alot but the singing from cee Scott isn't needed at all

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Good listen

Part 3 was as good as 1 and 2 only thing is the author contradicted herself she stated that Marcus n Cameron had never slept together when in actuality they did..in the first book...that is why him and her ex Silk got into a fight and Marcus shot silk...other then that the book was great

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Not feeling the narrator

I love the Cameron series, but I'd rather read them myself. I did not care for the narrator's voice and singing.

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