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Publisher's Summary

I use people. Not in a malicious way, but in the way an addict abuses their substance of choice. People are my vice - men specifically. I crave the emotional high they give me, with a unique and reckless disregard for my own well-being - eagerly floating into an unsustainable euphoria, knowing full well that after every high comes an equal, if not more powerful, plummet into a devastating abyss. But like every junkie, I crawl willingly back into the arms of my demons.

Oh, the price we pay to feel loved. We'd all sell our souls to the devil himself for that. Perhaps I have already.

They say that acknowledging that you have a problem is one of the first steps to recovery. Well, in that case, my name is Charleston Smith, and I have a f--king problem.

©2016 Anne Jolin (P)2016 Anne Jolin

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No ending.

Warning! Reader beware! This is one of those no ending books. So, if you like finality in your HEA, this won’t do it. Otherwise, super cute and hot story!!

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SO FRUSTRATED!!!

I swallowed the story in one listening, but the ending left me frustrated and mad! I understood Charleston’s choices, emotional fights, my heart ached for her... but for the love of God, we really deserved a closure. Do I have my pick? Sure I do... Will I ever know? Of course not, because Anne Jolin decided we don’t need it. I mean, Charleston’s character grew so much and at the end of the day, it was all thrown out the window with the open end. Peachy...

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Love wins

Loved it but hoped she chose Dean or Maverick... glad she was able to love

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Never really ended

No HEA. It was a weird ending and left me a bit blah. It’s not really a romance, but more of a strong woman commentary.

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Awesomeness

You want to read about a strong female that rules her professional life but is a little messy with her personal life? This is for you. Charleston is such a great character. I love her approach on life and the men in this book are... Well... HOT.

I loved Hell On Heels in written form and Maxine Mitchell really brought it to life for the audio. She was the perfect choice.

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Just ugh don’t do it

The story had no character development. If you want to talk about how her office looks, her favorite chandelier, how she’s dressed and feels good in skinny jeans then this book
Is for you. I can’t stand over description with no character development. Narrator is good and the reason I got they 2 chapters

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Not a romance story

This is not a bad story, it’s just not a romance. Nor is the title at all indicative of the story. It’s a story of a woman dealing with her overwhelming grief from a terrible loss. There are men who aid her in this in different ways, but you learn next to nothing about them, nor does she seem to care about them, so you can’t invest in them as romantic partners for the lead. Rather this is a story if a survivor’s struggle and it’s a tear jerker.
SPOILER ALERT- you don’t learn who she ends up with. I say this only because I wasn’t wanting to read a tear jerker and only stayed with this book to the end to see who she chose. Fortunately, as I said earlier, there is no depth to her feelings for any of the men -aside from the one she lost- so it didn’t matter if she ended up with any of them.

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Not an ending I expected

So I think most people already commented about the open ending, the ending leaves it up to you to decide the last person she chose, and even though I didn't like it, I understand. The narrator made it a little hard in the beginning to listen to the book as her breathing got the better of me, but when I start off with a book I always try and finish it. I wasn't able to o relate to the character that much but I could relate to the pain, and I had a good cry at the ending. Not the best book I have listened to, but not going that bad either

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So many feels...

I love the books with an unexpected ending that take you on a journey. This is one of those books. Enjoy it. I did.

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Huge letdown

Crappy ending. The story wrote itself into a no win situation and then didn’t even try to provide a satisfying conclusion.

Don’t waste your emotions or time.

I hate it when authors leave a story they told, a world they created incomplete so that their audience can “decide for themselves” what happens. It’s not religion, or philosophy or even an eff’ing “what if” discussion— it is a story bring told, so tell the whole thing or don’t tell it at all!!
Maxine Mitchell was good