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I can relate to Lanie a little bit. That moment of obsessing and stalking when there is a nagging feeling that something is wrong...which leads to bad decisions.... but Lanie was on another level and it worked for her. Now Hudson was all sorts of confused, how anyone can make a game out of pain and heartache is beyond me. Who knew 2 crazies can add up to sanity? Despite the 50 shades jabs, i think this was an enjoyable read worth my credit....and 1 more narrator added to my list when I go trolling for books!
6 of 6 people found this review helpful
I downloaded this book because it had great reviews and the narrator was highly rated, however, I didn't like it. Honestly the story was too predictable and the narrator was just okay. If I had it to do over I wouldn't use a credit on this one. I won't be listening to the rest of the series.
15 of 17 people found this review helpful
Boring, uninspiring, ho hum.
The only thing that's unique is the main character has a stalking obsession. The gentleman, Hudson something-or-other is completely stereotypical.
Really, there's not a lot to say about the story. Rich mogul meets poor, struggling woman. Rich mogul makes an offer she can't refuse. Boring sex ensues, they fall in love in spite of both being love-shy.
It has nothing special. Stick with Crossfire. Even 50 shades is a better quality story, which says all that needs to be said. Don't bother. Don't waste the credit.
4 of 4 people found this review helpful
Such a predicable load of nonsense, the tedioum of someones ordinary life holds NO interest to me, how this was published is beyond me, I despaires before the end, I had wasted enough hours of my life to continue
I'd like it removed completeky from my library so that I don't have to be reminded of the wasted purchase along with other novels from the same Author, all droll
1 of 1 people found this review helpful
Excellent Stories and wonderful characters. Love Laurelin Paiges stories. Thrilling and exciting and hot.
The main characters are a quite interesting though not really likeable; they are tortured individuals. Both the story and narration are slow. The narration can be easily fixed by increasing the speed to 1.25. The story, the relationship between the main characters, is very slow to develop so it is a little frustrating and I tend to feel a little cheated. It gives the impression that this is intentional on the part of the author and publisher, the intention being to spread a story into a series rather than a self contained book.