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I was excited to listen to this book because I wanted answers to the questions from book one. Just like the first book this book is written well, great narrator, moves along quickly, was sexy and kept my interest. At times, however, I just couldn't help feeling like I was having de ja vu. Every once in a while I noticed similarities with this book and the Fifty Shades Trilogy. That being said, this series is still worth listening to and I would recommend it. Just don't be surprised if you feel a little de ja vu.
8 of 10 people found this review helpful
These books keep getting better. They have a fifty shades feel to them but more mysterious. I'm looking forward to the next book because there are still a lot of open ended things left that I'm dying to know the answers to. These books are worth the credits!
20 of 27 people found this review helpful
Yes the male characters Chris and Mark are scorching, yes the sex scenes sizzle and burn with an intensity that grips any reader and makes our girly bits tingle you would have to be dead for them not to. Yes I loved the interplay... Yes yes yes... But
the one reason that this book captivated me in the first was the mystery that was Rebecca, I felt the poor girl was sold down the river and our author decided to concentrate on the inner angst of Sarah, I thought things where looking up when we find out there's a huge secret, I was expecting a bang and a got an anti climax.
In the first book both Sarah's relationships and mystery went hand in hand, in this one Rebecca a shadow and the mystery secondary which was the reason I read and loved the series in the first place.
What made the experience of listening to Being Me the most enjoyable?
The story really evolves and you find the soft heart of the Chris ,
What about Grace Grant’s performance did you like?
As always a good performance from a grace
Any additional comments?
Need to know more of what happens with the characters