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I am just loving these Sinners Boys!!! Jace...boy was he jacked up!!! I loved this book... I wish the books would come out in reading order though, not in order of release however... I am still waiting to listen to Trey story... LOL... anyway.. This was great... If your following the Sinners on Tour.. .then expect the same great antics as the rest of the books. I love how Cunning goes back and fills you in to all the times of Jace's disappearance acts... Remember when Eric says Jace always disappears... now we know where he was... Then she added more to the Tour.. Loved it.. But when he got... U Know..!!! BANG!!! OMG!!! I was like WHAT!!!! THIS TOUR IS CURSED!!! THEN... THE at the end... OMG!!! That was it for me... I was crying by the end....Sooooo GOOOOOD!!! I cannot wait for Eric's story... I know his story is next... then Trey... So... the waiting begins now... Even though I already have Trey's story in my library... URG!!!!
Narration... is AWESOME>>. u won't be disappointed... Great Buy/or credit... Get this one plus all the other Sinners on Tour and listen in this order... Book 1,2, 4,5,3! Happy Listening!!!
10 of 11 people found this review helpful
While this should have been book THREE, it was still easy to keep pace and reflect back on what I already knew. What I didn't expect was the depth of story from Jace....the sexy bassist drummer who has a dark past and only one woman might be able to bring him up out of his shell, the sexy dominatrix Mistress B...okay it might be Mistress V, hard to say since I only listened to it, but still totally awesome story, lots of plot depth, and it didn't get too tangled in the S&M side of life, it was a wonderful glimpse into the mind of Jace, and definitely worth the credit...heck I'd have paid two for it!
I was a bit dissapointed with the narrator. I understand that Jace wasn't too emotional...but did he have to sound like a robot?
3 of 3 people found this review helpful
This was slow to the start, and a bit repetitive as it rehashed some of the events in the previous book, but it got there in the end.