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Publisher's Summary

A woman scorned is a dangerous woman. 

Greer Patterson always felt like an outsider. Loathed by her step mother and half siblings for being the green eyed, fair skinned product of her black father's affair with a white woman, she's never truly felt loved by anyone except her father and husband Michael.

When Greer's life as she knows it comes crashing down after discovering her husband's torrid affair, she decides to take matters into her own bloody hands. Soon, after sending Michael to his untimely death and framing his mistress, she begins feeling something she's never felt before...powerful. Now, with a new found confidence and the freedom, if she can stay out of jail, she's determined to stop anything and anyone from standing in the way of true love again! 

(Contains strong language & sexual situations)

©2016 One Ironwoman Publishing (P)2017 One Ironwoman Publishing

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Wonderful Book

This has been one of the best books I've ever read. The ending was great and completely unexpected. I can usually guess the ending, but not this time ... total surprise.

3 of 3 people found this review helpful

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Great book but...

loved it but didn't like it just ended. it left me with so many questions on what happened next. I hope there's a part 2 in the works.

1 of 1 people found this review helpful

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enjoyable thriller

This was a good thriller. The characters were developed. The plot was structured in a way that you didn't get lost thru all the chaos. The author did an excellent job with the creation of Greer. It is not often that you are sympathetic with a killer. I would not want this to be drug out to another book necessarily. I think the ending was perfect.

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Hated it At First

This story took a long time to get good and there were a couple of times I start to quit reading it because it just wasn’t holding my attention. The narrator was okay but could have been much better. Overall it was good, not great, but good. Once the book got good it was good and I enjoyed the ending. Not sure if I would read a sequel to it though.

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Very Good read

Very creative and suspense filled. This was a change from the erotic novels I usually read but it was a great book. Lots of twists.

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crazy

This book was for sure a good listen if you like crazy. There is plenty of it and although the character is off her rocker you can kind of see why and still find yourself coming to her defense in situations. The narrator did a pretty good job depicting all the Characters. Hope there is a part 2.

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Life of greer

This book was very interesting. Greer could not help herself in the beginning. I was like okay the cheating husband and girlfriend got what they deserved. Then she went nuts and started to really act crazy. Overall I enjoyed the book and it was worth the credit. I hope there is a book two.

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Riveting story

The story was interesting and the ending was shocking. I would like to know more though.

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drama filled

I loved it..team Greer live on
her dad needs to go to prison for rest

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YOU CAN'T STOP THERE

Would you listen to What I'd Do for Love again? Why?

I have to, I may have missed something.

What was one of the most memorable moments of What I'd Do for Love?

When the audio said "We hope you've enjoyed the book."

Have you listened to any of Trei Taylor’s other performances before? How does this one compare?

No I haven't

Who was the most memorable character of What I'd Do for Love and why?

Greer.

Any additional comments?

Really a good story line. There has to be a part 2; too many loose ends left dangling. Can't wait.