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Sloan will go through hell and back for those she loves.

And she does, every single day.

After finding herself stuck in a relationship with the dangerous and morally corrupt Asa Jackson, Sloan will do whatever it takes to get by until she's able to find a way out.

Nothing will get in her way.

Nothing except Carter.

Sloan is the best thing to ever happen to Asa. And if you ask Asa, he'd say he's the best thing to ever happen to Sloan. Despite Sloan's disapproval of Asa's sinister lifestyle, he does exactly what he needs to do in order to stay a step ahead in his business. He also does exactly what he needs to do in order to stay a step ahead of Sloan.

Nothing will get in his way.

Nothing except Carter.

From New York Times best-selling author Colleen Hoover, writing as C. Hoover.

This book was originally written as a side project by the author. Please note that the content of this book is more graphic than the content of other books written by this author, hence the distinction between the names. This title is recommended for mature audiences only due to extreme graphic content. Recommended for listeners 18+.

Warning: for listeners who might be triggered by sensitive subject matter, this book contains scenes that depict rape, murder, and other graphic violence.

©2016 Colleen Hoover (P)2017 Audible, Inc.

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  • Misty
  • Washington
  • 05-18-17

Good story with excellent narration.

Asa is a bad dude. Dealing drugs, psychotic, manipulative, deceitful and he has a hold on Sloane. Sloane is going to school, trying to make something of her life but is being dragged down by toxic Asa. In comes Carter (Luke). He is undercover trying to take Asa down and during his time undercover, he falls in love with Sloane. From there, all hell breaks loose. This book is suspenseful, dark, exciting and full of romance.

I really did enjoy this book. It wasn't until the epilogues that I started to disconnect. There are numerous epilogues that you got the closure you needed, but then another epilogue came and the drama started again. This made the book choppy and it pulled me from the story.

I understand this book was written on Wattpad and added to over a period of time. It's evident in the audio. Knowing this, the book makes more sense but it still doesn't mean that it is a distracting way for the book to be put together.

The narrators did amazing. They were the perfect fit.

6 of 7 people found this review helpful

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Too many epilogue

Where does Too Late rank among all the audiobooks you’ve listened to so far?

It is good but not CoHo's best book

If you’ve listened to books by C. Hoover before, how does this one compare?

so so

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

A good story line. The bad dude is the center of the story.

6 of 8 people found this review helpful

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Good story but horrid female narrator

I really enjoyed the story but Emma Hudson's words linger somehow. I had to bare thru it in order to even listen to it. I like the story but it is hard if you've ever been raped or a victim of domestic violence and there's no warnings.

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So different than anything from Colleen Hoover before, and I loved it.

I'd really like a chance to smack Asa, and so I'm hoping that Colleen sets up an interactive exhibit one day so we can just walk up and slap him. This was so different from anything she has written before but has the same brilliance behind it. The story brings your feelings right to the surface as you get dragged into the intensity of the characters. I don't want to give anything away but I loved the beginning and it gets better every page.

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Emma needs to stop drawing out the last word of every sentence. It really makes it hard to listen to her. If she could stop doing that i would have given 5 Stars. I've listened to several books with her narration and they are all the same. Hope this helps.

3 of 4 people found this review helpful

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3 Too Late Stars

This is going to be a hard review to write.

I didn’t like characters; the story line was meh to me.
I don’t know.
I didn’t hate it I don’t think?! I am just kind of all confused.

I know this isn’t like anything Colleen Hoover has wrote before so I mean I knew that going in. But I guess I kind of hope I would at least connect with the characters even just a little bit?!

Sloan, I just kinda of wanted to yell you can’t be this DUMB! Not in smarts kind of dumb but in life kind of dumb. And I gave her points for the way she was raised but that can only go so far.
She had a feeling about Asa, why, why didn’t she listen to that voice.. Grrrr

Then we have Asa, I kinda want call him Assa. Because this guy was smart as a whip but dumb as a post. Ha, if your like what do you mean once you read it you will know what I mean.
Ahh and Carter, I kind of liked him a little but then I was like DUDE WTF, and yeah I am left with a bunch of WTF, and ?!?!?!

Also the epilogues threw me for a loop. Tooo many..

I enjoyed the female narration, and Carters voice, Asa’s narrator was a little nasally for me. But overall it didn’t ruin the story.. The story did that.

*You don't have to like my review but its 100% my opinion, and I am allowed to have it.*

16 of 27 people found this review helpful

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Too Late

I love C.Hoover’s books and this one was no exception. Absolutely gut wrenching and at times made you laugh.

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Pretty good book.

I think this book would have been better with a different leading lady narrating! It was hard to listen to at some points bc she sounded like a middle aged newscaster, rather than a college student. Other than that, it was a great story.

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Great story. Horrible narration.

Is there anything you would change about this book?

The female narrator is so hard to listen to that I almost didn't finish the book. The male performance was fine, but the female narrator sounded like a valley girl. So much so, it was extremely hard to get into when comparing to other audiobooks.

Would you be willing to try another one of the narrators’s performances?

Absolutely not. I will be making sure I don't buy another book with this narrator.

Any additional comments?

The story was great and I am a huge Colleen Hoover fan! The epilogues were a bit much. I would have liked to see them all as just part of the story.

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not good

the story was very repetitive and the characters were whiny and underdeveloped. some chapters were skipped and were not missed.

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  • jane quigley
  • 05-25-17

22 Jump Street with a LOT of sex

I enjoyed this book. There were some clever, well-written parts but also a couple of very predictable parts and very cheesy moments. I kind of wish I had just read the book though because I'm not sure 2 of 3 actors were suited to the parts. Asa is well cast. He pulls off the confident meets creepy lines perfectly, but the woman who reads for Sloane sounds like she's in her 40's. The actor who plays Carter, a character aged 25 but posing as a 22 year old college student, sounds like what Bruce Willis hopes he'll sound like when he hits the big 7-0. Would recommend reading the book but give the audiobook a miss.