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I'm going to premise my review by saying I love Sawyer Bennett's audio books and I got really involved in the budding relationship between Macy and Cal. Macy and Cal and their story was so intriguing that I was hooked and had to finish the series. But I was really annoyed at the non-cliffhanger cliffhanger and even more bothered that this is a 3 book series. This book ended at a seriously awkward place -- I just didn't get why that was a cliffhanger.
Kristen Leigh and Lee Samuels did a good job narrating this book. I especially liked Lee Samuels narration. This duo made this an easy listen.
This story is worth a credit but I don't think it's worth 3 credits to get the complete set. I usually avoid stories that drag out into too many books but I finished the first book before I realized this was 3 book series.
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What could have made this a 4 or 5-star listening experience for you?
I am DONE buying trilogies when a well-written, and edited story can be told in one book. Frankly, it's a ripoff to the reader and lacks integity on the part of the writer and publisher. I returned the second two books in this series because I felt that the story was worth one credit, but definitely not three!
What could Sawyer Bennett have done to make this a more enjoyable book for you?
It was a great story. Sawyer Bennett could have produced this in one volume. I have all the Wicked Horse Series and they're excellent so I know she's capable. I am just disappointed in this shoddy manuever to extract more money from fans.
What didn’t you like about Kirsten Leigh and Lee Samuels ’s performance?
Their performances were excellent as always.
If you could play editor, what scene or scenes would you have cut from Clash?
I'm not going to do the editor's job here. But it's obvious the three volumes Clash, Grind and Yield could be condensed into one volume instead of leaving the readers with two unnecessary cliffhangers.
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Loved sawyer Bennett's Legal Affairs series, and this story in my opinion is equally as good, if not better. I loved Cal Carson from the get-go and I loved his POV very much. Macy is a little more complex and I'm intrigued as to what has happened in her past. Macy's POV is slightly different too, it's written as a diary entry, I love it. The chemistry between them is literally off the charts, and I just love the enemies to lovers theme. A shame it's so short, on the plus side books 2 and 3 are twice as long. Book 2 here I come.