The Pleasure of Pain 3 : The Pleasure of Pain

  • by Shameek Speight
  • Narrated by Tracie "T Elice" Christian
  • Series: The Pleasure of Pain
  • 5 hrs and 4 mins
  • Unabridged Audiobook

Publisher's Summary

How can you choose between your daughter and your niece that you raised as your child? The decision weighs heavy on Tess' heart with the lives of two children in her hands. She knew it was only a matter of time before Iris and the Santiago cartel would find them deep in the jungle. The Teflon Divas are in for the biggest fight of their lives, being outnumbered by someone who knows all their moves and tricks. How will they survive and overcome the impossible odds?


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The story line was very good. The narration was god horrible. The first mistake I just said ok. The second and third I was really done. Please get someone who can read. I can only give the book 1 star because the narration was so bad.
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- Devivier Parker

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My review for books 1 & 2 apply for book 3. (see below)
However, there were a few more things that stood out in this installment. And they are unfortunately HUGE negatives. I still enjoyed the story even though it was so “busy”.

The campy over the top action packed drama continued.
The new cons:
The sound effects were so very overwhelming. The book would have been better served without any of it. They were not employed correctly.
The sounds of kissing ( no matter which sets of lips) were cringe worthy. I tried to fast forward in making out or sex scenes. They turned my stomach. Sorry. The scream sound effects were jarring.

Side note-Iris was a piece of work wasn't she? Sadly that type of co-dependency does exist and can be deadly.

The story itself moved along nicely. It kept a steady pace, had plenty of action, drama and all the makings of a series that could go beyond its urban label.

However, the low rating is for the lack of proofing employed from a grammatical or content perspective. There were incorrect words used which made some of the dialogue hard to believe.

While this narrator's sleepy or dry delivery did the audio no favors, I can only wonder if her pronouncing words like "clit" as "click" was her error or what the author wrote. I dreaded any sex scenes. She did mispronounce other common words that could have been caught or corrected with a rehearsal. There are also moments where a line is repeated as if the error was caught so the entire line was repeated as a correction.

All in all, I have enjoyed books 1 & 2.
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- ILoveMyAudibleKindle

Book Details

  • Release Date: 11-11-2016
  • Publisher: Shameek Speight