Mistress No More

Narrated by: Soozi Cheyenne
Series: Mistress, Book 2
Length: 9 hrs and 23 mins
4.4 out of 5 stars (207 ratings)

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Publisher's Summary

This sizzling tale by national best-selling author Niobia Bryant is the sequel to her Message from a Mistress. Since receiving a text saying their husbands may have cheated on them, Jaime, Aria, and Renee have been trying to move past the heartbreaking situation. But regardless of whether the text was a lie, the three can’t deny that the way they see their husbands—and themselves—has changed.

©2011 Niobia Bryant (P)2011 Recorded Books, LLC

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Excellent Sequel to Message from A Mistress....

I liked the ending of this story a lot..... we learned who the cheating husband was, I can't say that it really mattered. The story captured my attention and gave me what I needed which was a few hours of mind numbing entertainment. The story had a lot of drama and chaos going on around Jessa Bell.

Loved Soozi Cheyenne's narration.

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Loved this story!!!

Excellent Sequel to Message from A Mistress.

I was so glad to finally find out who the cheating husband was. I was kind of surprised.
The story captured my attention and kept it through out. There was still a lot of drama and chaos centered around Jessa Bell. Not just for the couple that she came between, but the other two couples as well.

The story was filled with erotic episodes, funny scenes and jaw dropping "i know he didn't scenes.

Loved it.

On to Part III... Mistress, Inc....

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The twists, the turns

I am a hard critic!!!!!! but this book satisfied me in every way. the entire series is fire. i am hooked. so good ro see the author reference things from sc!

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Narrator...Lord Jesus get some lessons!

Great story! Narrator voice great and then she breathes, swallows, drinks .....so annoying. Sometimes it is like she has a mouth full of spit. 🤷🏽‍♀️

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Anything this author writes is A+

Wow!!! I was really surprised. This is another great book by this author. The narrator omg blew me away. I could not stop listening to this book. I'm thinking this book could pass as serial because first, these characters became so personable to me, that I want to hear more about them. And still wanna follow the families & their relationships with each other and outside of the nucleus. Oh boy, these spicy ladies felt their life's bottoms and amazingly climbed forward to achieve forgiveness, face reality & accept the consequences.

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Great Ending

I see no reason for a 3 book series, but I can't wait to read it nontheless.

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A good book

This was a very good book but the character names were confusing. In the first half of the story, I understood Aria to be a Livegood and Jamie to be a Hall formerly Price. But in the second half of the book it was stated that Eric and Jamie were Livegoods and Aria was a Hall. Then it changed again. Someone dropped the ball in editing. But still a good story.

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I love this

can't wait to read the next one .. I just love this book love it

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So many I didn't see that coming moments

I was upset with the 1st book because it left me hanging....but this book more than makes up for it! Great read and I can't wait to start the final Book!

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Is there anything you would change about this book?

In this book unlike the last one the characters do an excessive amount of flashing back to very recent conversations (my opinion.) Also the author spends a lot of time branding items, I notice this in many books of this type. I suppose that this will help some with visualization but it's a little annoying to me.

Who would you have cast as narrator instead of Soozi Cheyenne?

I cannot say for certain who I would cast instead; however I will say that I am able to easily identify errors in her delivery. She does an okay job of distinguishing one character from another.