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Publisher's Summary

National best-selling author La Jill Hunt has earned widespread success with popular novels such as Shoulda, Woulda, Coulda. Drama Queen features Kayla Hopkins, a woman who finds herself in a complicated situation. Kayla is in love with a man, but the matter is complicated by the fact that the man she's in love with isn't the father of her unborn baby. Now she's got some serious juggling to do before all her hopes for the future come crashing down.
©2003 La Jill Hunt (P)2008 Recorded Books

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THIS IS MY 7TH TIME LISTENING

This book is a wondeful peice of work. Some of the events reminded of my real life situations that I have experience. It was just wonderful.

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Need more excitment

It started kind of slow and it picked up just a bit. I would not recommed

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Great narrator

I picked this book because of the narrator. It was terrible. It was a giant pile of overused venal cliches. The characters were all pretty uninteresting and there is really no plot. Waste of time.

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Great Story!

Can't wait to read the next book. Narrator should have been a woman. overall great to listen.

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Drama magnet

If you could sum up Drama Queen in three words, what would they be?

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Did Kevin R. Free do a good job differentiating all the characters? How?

The narrator definitely established differences with all the characters, with various tones and attitudes, but some of the tones for the women characters was a bit off.

Was this a book you wanted to listen to all in one sitting?

Audio books are my listening options while traveling home from work with this book, I often found myself in the house with my headphones on trying to get more listening time in...

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Worth it!

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Excellent, wonderfully read!

The plot had me insuspence! Njoyed the narrator he has talent. I know it took everything for not whip her sisters was! Can't wait to read more from this author! 5 stars!!!

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wow

I loved this book!! I can't believe I finished it in one day, it w as just to much drama from me not too, lol. This book is definitely a great read from beginning to end!!

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Plenty of Drama!

This was such a good listen that I hated to stop listening. Can't wait to listen to the sequel.

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disappointed

I am currently listening to this book. Although the story is interesting, I am quit disappointed in the authors choice of verbage. I mean, the main character is a teacher, however, her use of ain't, cant, bitch, and the ultimate controversial N word is used at length. The author is obviously well read and can write, but she choses to use the slang of the African American as though it is a proper way to speak. i just think that it is sad that she feels that she has to speak words in this way to communicate to a certain genre. I do not speak to African Americans in this way and they do not expect me to speak to them in this way, however, it is totally acceptable for African Americans to speak each other in this way. I just do not understand this way of thinking.

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