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Publisher's Summary

From the biggest names in urban fiction comes a collection of unforgettable stories of urban love and its consequences.

Flirting with Disaster by Tracy Brown

Chloe Webster is pursuing her journalism degree at Hunter College. Then she meets Trey, a handsome and well-dressed cat with hood swagger. When Trey tells Chloe that he is pursuing a degree in psychology, Chloe thinks she has finally met someone who has his head screwed on right. But as Chole's flirtation with Trey intensifies, secrets are revealed, and she finds that she's playing with fire.

Wild Cherry by K'wan

Gina is married to a man who more than takes good care of her, but her life of luxury comes with a price that she's not sure she can pay anymore. Princess' man doesn't see her as any more than dollar signs as long as she keeps using her body to bring in the stacks. When Gina and Princess meet and realize that they share a common problem, they set into motion an unforgettable plot that will solve all their problems.

Twice in a Lifetime by Angel Mitchell

Beautiful Marley Lucas has had her heart broken before. She vows to never experience that kind of pain again - until love hits her when and where she least expects it. And this love turns out to be the most devastating of all.

©2016 Tracy Brown, K'wan, and Angel Mitchell (P)2016 Buck 50 Productions, LLC, and Blackstone Audio, Inc.

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  • Dream
  • Watauga, TX, United States
  • 01-10-17

A trio of interesting stories

Ok let me start off saying that the stories were all great. I loved the first story the most though. It revealed that you will never know someones true motive. The closest people are the ones you have to keep an eye out for. The 2nd and 3rd stories were pretty good also. Now let me get to the last story. The naration was terrible. I had to set aside the way the story sounded to grasp the things that happened within the story. I want to know what happens next though. This was an interesting Trio of well written stories. I would have never imagined the things that happened in all of them.

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  • JALAYNE
  • SAINT LOUIS, MO, United States
  • 01-10-17

shocked

all 3 stories were interesting, BUT the performance on the very last story was not GOOD, the narrator was absolutely horrendous,just terrible, his reading skills messed up the ENTIRE story.

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Good read but the 3rd story was bs!

I would've gave 5 stars because the first 2 stories were excellent but the last story was not good at all. Then when it started to get a little interesting the book ends. VERY DISAPPOINTED! Great narrators though

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  • Almond KD
  • Arlington, TX, United States
  • 12-21-16

it was a thumbs up till that last story i couldnt

Is there anything you would change about this book?

remove the last story

Would you be willing to try another book from the authors? Why or why not?

yes

Would you listen to another book narrated by the narrators?

not that last narrator

Was Flirt worth the listening time?

it was ok to pass time

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Refund Please

The stories were very blah....but the worst part was the last narrator. His voice was like burnt toast and nails on a chalk board combined. I'd rather be trapped on a nine hour non stop flight with a screaming child and a snoring 300 pound man.

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In that Order!!

The first story was great. Narration, the flow loved everything about it. The Second story took a little min to get into but it was good. The 3rd book lol. I couldn’t finish it because the narration is HORRIBLE HORRIBLE HORRIBLE. I couldn’t get paste it!

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Not bad

love the first two Stories but the narrator of the second one was all wrong.

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It's was okay

The book was pretty good but whoever wrote the third part of it needs to go back to the drawing board!! The story was ALL OVER THE PLACE and didn't make sense lots of the time. On top of that the last narrator was not very good at transitioning and did not allow the book to flow. He is no Carry Hite. I would recommend it, but would say don't waste your time listening to the third part!

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Loved ALL 3 Stories

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

I've never done the print version. However, since I prefer to listen to my books, I guess I'd have to say yes!

What was one of the most memorable moments of Flirt?

Only read these comments if you have already listened to the book.

First Story - The first story was somewhat predictable, I don't have any real memorable moments except that Chloe's sister Willow had a better sense of judgement than she did when it came to relationships and Chloe was the one that was supposed to be schooling her. Chloe was too busy enjoying material benefits and not taking enough time to understand and realize what she was getting into.

Second Story - My jaws dropped at the end of the story at how Gina's brother reacted to what happened to Jackie at the end of the book. I didn't see that one coming!!!

In the last story, I just could not understand the logic behind the character Chris and why he chose to do what he did. I'm still just so baffled behind that. But, I thought I heard one clue in the story that went over my head that was mentioned about the situation with him and DeJuan, but I dismissed it. Now, looking back, I should have known there was going to be a connection.

What does the narrators bring to the story that you wouldn’t experience if you just read the book?

The narrators bring the characters to life by adding the voice inflection, correct pronunciation of names, places, etc. I generally love audio books because it's like watching a movie without the picture and it takes a lot less time to get through the book because I can be doing my chores while listening or when I'm doing activities during the day that do not allow me to actually sit and read, I can listen to the story.

These stories didn't require a whole lot of concentration because it was not one of those who-dunnit it series that require you to keep track of the details in order to arrive at conclusions later. It was such a good, easy listen and quite frankly, I must admit that I was sad for the stories to end. Things were just getting good and then BAM, it was over. But, it was all good.

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

Not really, I was not sure how the storylines would flow and whether or not they would be interesting enough to devote sitting all at once to listen especially since my time is so limited. Anyway, it was my plan to listen during my 30 minutes to and from work (total round trip an hour a day). However, the book was so interesting, I found myself being plugged in every chance I got because all three stories were so good.

To net it out, I finished the book in two days - obviously the book was good! And that is generally how it is with most fictional novels. If the story is good, you just find the time to listen. And I'm thankful it was a good listen because I was at a point in my life where I needed a good diversion from my daily grind.

Any additional comments?

While the third narrator in the book was not as good as the first two, I can definitely say I've heard worse. In fact, I've done over 300 audio books so I can attest to the fact that I've heard a lot of different narrators and some of them were so bad that I didn't know if I could get through the book. For those reviewing the book that stated the third story was not all that good, I'd say, go back and listen again because in my estimation, that was the best story in the compilation.

The author, Angel Mitchell did a brilliant job plotting the story line. Like I said, I've done over 300 audio books, and none of them carried a story line like the last one. I thought it was a much needed break from the typical, usual thug story or get rich quick heists.

All I can say to Angel Mitchell is "get it girl" you did a good job with your story. I just don't think the narrator did her ANY justice and it is such a shame that he took away from her story. Because as a new author, she should have been given much better representation than that!!! And, on another note, the narrator was not really all that bad!

Sometimes I also realize that when you start listening to a book, it is a good thing to rewind the story and go back to the beginning to listen again. Because when you are trying to get into the story, there are generally details that you need to understand after the story gets going because those details generally do not come up again until much later in the book. And then when you go back and listen again, you are able to understand and connect the dots much better.

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two out of three ain't bad.

I loved books one and two. Both had good unpredictable plot twists at the end. I hated book three too predictable and pointless.