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Publisher's Summary

Angela is a renowned assassin known only by the name The Teflon Queen. Her lethal grace, steady shot, and unmatched accuracy have made her the absolute best and most sought-after killer in the game. But when the killer without a conscience is faced with an unknown emotion - love - her whole perception is thrown off course. And in a profession where second-guessing can mean life or death, will the queen reign supreme or be overthrown?
©2011 Silk White (P)2016 Cherry Hill Publishing, LLC
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By AudioBook Reviewer on 03-14-16

it does not bore and it is entertaining

This book is supposed to be about Angela, also known as the Teflon Queen, an efficient mercenary who unexpectedly falls in love with an FBI agent. And I say ‘supposed’ because what this book mostly tells about is several unconnected stories about a band of Afro American drug dealers and gangsters and the people around them.

There is a lot of explicit violence and sex in the book, a lot more than the average violent book. I do not mind it, but beware those who do not like listening to very violent and erotic scenes. This story is not for sensitive minds.

The book is very poorly written and with many grammar errors, and beside the dialogues, the narration also uses slang and a constant repetition of words and expressions. I did not count how many times the word ‘smirk’ or the expression ‘pull off’ appear in the book, it was just too often. I would have accepted slang in the narration if this was done in first person by one of the characters (like A Clockwork Orange, for instance), but it is not the case.

The story was quite superficial, and the characters were not fully developed and made some strange decisions, like when the FBI agent meets Angela at a night club and almost starts the conversation saying that he is a Federal Agent. Who would think this is realistic? On the other hand, they become smitten with each other quite fast, and he never asks Angela what she does for a living. Again, unbelievable. She drives a Lamborghini and buys furniture for his home one day just our of the blue. And he is fine with that without asking too many questions. In what parallel universe does this happen?

On the other hand, there is always something going on in the book, so it does not bore and it is entertaining enough, but I just hoped to get more out of it, and to have at least well built characters.

One thing to keep in mind is that the story does not end with the book, and it does not close any of the side stories either, so you will need to listen to the second book to see what happens next.

Auddie Phillips does a very good job though. Her voice and tone were perfect for this story, and she was able to impersonate every character in the book and make the narration alive. I am not sure if I could have finished this book if I had to read it myself.

I am sure every book as a specific target audience. If you are into urban fiction set in an Afro American environment with lots of action, this book is for you.

Audiobook was provided for review by the narrator.

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By ILoveMyAudibleKindle on 05-01-17

just ok

This intro to the series was an okay listen. The usual mix of bad guys, victims, and violence. Nothing really stood out about it good or bad. I can't say if I will listen to or read book 2 just yet. Maybe if this had been more about the teflon queen instead of the men around her, I would have been invested.

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