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In part two of Trailer Park Wives, the double-wide edition, answers arrive at the same time that new questions emerge. Samantha Jacobs, who's still busy in Hazard, selling OxyContin, gets worried when Dwayne takes off on his own. What she finds when she goes looking for him sends her on a new kind of journey.

Back home, Deena is giving the performance of her lifetime as mother-of-the-year while the caseworkers watch and judge her from the other side of the one-way mirror. Lettie begins to learn more than she ever wanted to about Joe's secrets, and Cierra, well, she gets an unexpected visitor to the Club, and what's a girl to do when things end badly?

By the time the wives find out how - and why - Anne Marie ended her life, they've learned a whole lot of other things about their dear friend...secrets become known, and they long for the days when Anne Marie, their dear friend, was still above ground and living life with them in the grimmest trailer park in Ohio.

©2014 Denise Barone (P)2015 Denise Barone

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Guilty Pleasure

This series is like an impending train wreck that you can't stop watching and I mean that in the best possible way. You know that something tragic and horrible and messy it about to happen, yet you simply can't avert your eyes. Over and over, I've thought that there was something just terribly, terribly wrong with these people. Then why can't I stop listening? If loving them is wrong, I don't want to be right! Every time that I thought the Batesville Trailer Park residents (including that creepy Jigger dude) couldn't possibly get into more trouble or surprise me, I was smacked upside the head with another shocker. This deliciously addictive series is my newest guilty pleasure.

Double-Wide was even better than the first book in the series. The story really takes off in this edition and it's one crazy situation after another. The sordid details of Anne Marie's past are finally revealed, as well as the identity and motives of the blackmailer. Sierra is a character that I still can't quite figure out. If I were a struggling single mother, I would want my sugar daddy forking over cold, hard cash - not designer purses, I mean handbags. And am I the only one that was blown away by Lettie's reaction to confronting her husband's mistress? Hang on tight because things are about to really heat up - literally! Oh my, the madness of it all!

Lindsey Corey's performance as narrator was terrific once again and I could easily distinguish the main characters. This was a great listening experience and I would recommend Trailer Park Wives: The Double-Wide Edition - Bigger, Better, Wider.

I was given this free review copy audiobook at my request and have voluntarily left this review. This review is my honest opinion.

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Even better than Single Wide - Book 1

This is not my usual book. I don’t usually do suspenseful mystery thrillers but I’m so glad I decided to make an exception. Book one was good but I like this one is even better. You need to start with book one to understand better what is going on in this book. The author provided much needed information to understand Anne Marie’s troubled life and actions.

Narration was excellent and brought the story to life.

There are some outrageous moments, crazy decisions, and laugh out loud moments in this book. The author did a great job portraying the characters so realistic and the story totally sucked me in. I really enjoyed how the characters have grown and developed. Specially Lettie, I’m looking forward to seeing her turn her life around for the best.

There are multiple POV and different stories going on at the same time. But the main women are friends and get together once a week to catch up. The story concludes in a bit of a cliffhanger but many unresolved issues from book 1 are wrapped up well. I’m looking forward to the next book in this unique series!

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a great and hilarious story

the audiobook was great I liked it very much the narrator was hilarious and very fun the book itself was cool as well there was moments I found myself grinning laughing to the empty room..
I liked it very much thumbs up for this one

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An Excellent Part 2 Following an Excellent Part 1

I was having a audiobook drought and I wasn't finding anything worthy of finishing through Audible, so when I listened to Trailer Wives I was totally blown away. Each character is so relatable and multi faceted but also unique and the storyline was engaging. Each woman is going through something major in their lives on top of struggling with the loss (and shock) of their best friend to suicide.

I HAD to purchase Double Wide as soon as I finished Part 1 and I wasn't disappointed. The story and the tension really starts to amp up. You really go through each hardship with every character; their anxiety, heartbreak and stress is yours.

Now I have withdrawal symptoms. I keep telling anyone who will listen to buy Trailer Park Wives Part 1 and 2 (and 3 and 4 when they are released).

The series is hilarious, infuriating, heartbreaking and thought provoking.

Lindsey Corey did an incredible job as a narrator! She really brings every character to life, her inflections and tenor changes with each character. I honestly think she is one of the very best narrators in my opinion.