The Fourteen Day Soul Detox, Book 2

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5 out of 5 stars
By Amazon Customer on 07-15-16

good story

the second book was great really enjoyed I can't wait for the third book I received this book free from the publisher, narrator or author for a honest and unbiased review via audio books boom

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4 of 4 people found this review helpful

5 out of 5 stars
By Rabid Reader on 07-08-16

Duplicity, intrigue and love

This second audiobook in the series is every bit as good as the first; immediately drawing you back into the captivating turmoil of Jamie's everyday life. Continuing her self imposed soul detox, Jamie's life seems to become more complex rather than detoxified. The tension, complications and intrigue is ramped up in this second volume, as deceit and betrayal dog her life. Her relationship with the sexy, dependable Cameron takes a surprising turn and, in a shocking plot twist, her budding relationship with Patrick seems to have been derailed. The creep factor, as well as Jamie's fear and insecurity, are also increased as another "underwear incidence" occurs. Her relationship with her daughter, Sarah, is beautiful and realistic, highlighting the everyday difficulties life as a single parent with a special needs child can face. I enjoyed the narration, as she managed to impart the emotions in this book very well, but it did take me a little while to warm to her male voices. Her variation with the female voices was great and overall I did like her rendition of this novella. This series is well written, believable and has captivating characters that make you want to follow their lives. It has humour, duplicity, love and some great plot twists that leave you wanting more. I received this audiobook from the author in exchange for an honest review

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4 of 4 people found this review helpful

5 out of 5 stars
By Amazon CustomerBeliever on 08-08-16

Good Story

I received this book from the author in exchange for an honest review. This book was interesting. I could tell from the synopsis that it was going to be filled with humor. 14 day to change your whole life is that even possible. Because I did not listen to the first book I had to do some inserting of event in my head but overall this was a good story. The narrator added to the story as well. I will go back and listen to book 1 and I await book 3 to find out the outcome.

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1 of 1 people found this review helpful

4 out of 5 stars
By J. A on 08-01-16

Excellent Narration, great characters

I am enjoying this series very much. I love all of the characters, and I am still Team Cameron :)

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5 out of 5 stars
By Adriana B on 07-17-16

Another great addition to the series

Book 2 is just as engaging as the first one. Although Jamie is trying to straighten up her life with the 14 day life detox, things are getting more complicated and twisted.

It's a great listen and the only negative thing I can find is that it ends too soon! I'm looking forward to book 3!

I'm a bit disappointed about Patrick's involvement on her past financial distress. But at the same time I'm hoping things can improve regarding to Cameron.

The narrator did a fairly good job bringing the story to life.

The author is very talented and I'm looking forward to reading/listening more books from her.

**This audiobook was provided free of charge in exchange for my honest unbiased opinion**

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4 out of 5 stars
By cricket on 08-25-16

Jamie's life continues...

Any additional comments?

After having read this nearly two months ago, I just finished listening to the audio version. My overall impression of this installment is very similar to the first. I do feel the dialogue is slightly less clunky than from book one, and there are perhaps a few more twists to hold the reader's attention for the serial format. We continue to see virtually every waking moment in Jamie's life - thus the pace borders on slow - but there is something about the vignette-like formatting that works considering the subject matter.

Overall, I still want to know what happens, but I haven't really been sucked in yet.

Regarding the narration: Again, this is a good debut work for the narrator. However, I personally simply *hate* when first person narration is done by different narrators from book to book. It's like changing how a main character looks on a whim for the next book. The narration is now a part of the fabric and changing it up like that... well... irritating. Unlike with the last narrator -- I didn't notice any background noise in this one... however, it did sound like she had a cold occasionally.

Audiobook received free from the author.

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