Blank Slate

  • by Tiffany Snow
  • Narrated by Tanya Eby
  • 10 hrs and 3 mins
  • Unabridged Audiobook

Publisher's Summary

As a cyber-hacker born into a family of thieves, Clarissa O’Connell thinks she’s seen the worst the criminal underworld has to offer - until her brother is arrested and she’s forced into a pact with the notorious crime boss known only as Solomon to free him.
For FBI agent Erik Langston, the world is divided into black and white, wrong and right. So he’s made it his life’s mission to hunt down Solomon. When Clarissa’s cyberattacks begin to topple Solomon’s enemies, Erik is hot on her trail, believing her to be the key to bringing down Solomon and his empire. But in a single instant, everything changes. Loyalties shift, the past loses meaning, and the hunter becomes the hunted. Now Erik and Clarissa are running for their lives, desperate to stay one step ahead of Solomon’s assassins. Survival means challenging everything they thought they knew - and daring to trust each other.


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Perhaps my disappointment is my fault because I thought I was purchasing a mystery or thriller. Within a couple of pages, however, it became clear that Blank Slate is a very light-weight romance novel. Nothing more. Rather than a realistic plot driving the story, Blank Slate seems to use the contrived events and actions as excuses for the one-dimensional characters to lust after each other. Nothing wrong with lust but my guess is that real people in the midst of life threatening situations and serious physical injuries would not be quite so distracted. For example, after a car accident in which the primary female character sustains both painful injuries and a loss of memory, would her first thoughts about her rescuer really include that "the muscles in his thighs pulled the denim of his jeans taut"? And for him, after a major chase and some physical injuries of his own, while tending to the bleeding and unconscious suspected criminal, this law enforcement officer would be thinking that "petite though she was, her body was perfectly formed to please a man...her thighs were smooth, flaring to hips that would fit nicely in his hands..."? I doubt it. So, if you enjoy predictable romance novels with stilted dialogue and the depth of a teenage girl's fantasy, this may be just the thing. For me, I prefer a novel where the attraction between characters is icing on the cake, not the entire meal.

Tanya Eby was just OK with the narration of the story
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- Lia "I love all genres of books. However, when I listen to audio books as I clean, garden, drive they are better with a lot of heat!"


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One reviewer on Amazon said this book was full of sex. Really? They did not even kiss, or even think of it, until about 41%, so I’d say that reviewer was way wrong or didn’t even read the book. AND she’s read 3 books and gave them all 1 star. That should tell you something.
Like most book that are 350+ pages this just goes on and on and is just repetitive. He’d start to kiss her then back off, then did kiss her and jumped back, then started to make love to her and jump out of bed and act like it scared the hell out of him. Geez, do something! Even if it’s wrong.

It was interesting how two different groups of bad guys were after her but since she had no memory it became boring waiting to find out who they were and why they wanted her.

I’m at 57% and there has been no sex, only a slight mention of him or her imagining the other naked. They ‘spoon’ in the SUV to stay warm and there’s no erection, no thoughts of sex, no nothing. WTH book are these people reading that they say it’s full of sex?
I’m going to assume that the second half of the book is full of sex and I hate that. Have sex in the entire book or don’t have any at all.

I'm at 62% and I don't care about anything. I don't care if they get her. I don't care if they fall in love or if they EVER have sex. This is just long and drawn out.

As to the narrator: I always like to listen to Ms. Eby. She's a great narrator but even her talent couldn't help with this book.

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- Trish R.

Book Details

  • Release Date: 10-15-2013
  • Publisher: Brilliance Audio