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Would you listen to Inevitable: Love and War again? Why?
I have repeatedly. It's fluid, funny and hot! Inger pulled this off well. The only problem is being ghetto does not require young ladies to say the F word (or any other foul language) repeatedly. It didn't t fit the fluidity of the story.
Who was your favorite character and why?
Trent. Quiana has come a long way in her narration. She makes Trent so believable and hot you totally forget he s not real. He's funny too.
Which scene was your favorite?
In the cabin when Teal gives him a hard time.
Was this a book you wanted to listen to all in one sitting?
Yes and did. Over and over.
Any additional comments?
When I first heard Quiana Goldrum in A Heart Not Easily Broken, I said I would never listen to anything she narrated, but I really wanted this after Incarcerated. I m glad I did! She has grown so much. She pays attention to punctuation/pause time. Also, everyone isn t always skipping through daisies. She creates a character and really tries to stick with it. Each character has a different voice. Little advice: she should focus on NO MORE than four characters for distinguished voices.
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Any additional comments?
I was GRACIOUSLY provided this audiobook at no charge by the author so I wouldn't have to skip a book in the series after receiving "Indelible" in exchange for an unbiased review.
First I want to say that I disagree with the negative reviews of Quiana Goodrum's male narration. I found her interpretation for Trent's accent to be eerily similar to a small coastal southern town in which I lived. I felt drawn to Trent from the beginning by his soft-spoken, slow & patient voice.
I'm still riding the high from the story as I just finished it an hour ago. The tale spun was delectable and I ate up every piece. Things have to happen fast in a 6 hour book so my most common complaint is disbelief in how fast they fall for one another. I get over it, though. There was the topic of PTSD that I thought would play some role but it wasn't mentioned as the book progressed. Maybe I'll see it rise it's ugly head in the next installment. One other point kept niggling me. Trent's concern over Harper's consent to see his son. As Marcus is now 20-21 years old, Harper's opinion isn't important. From the start, Trent talked as if his son was younger.
The book made me laugh, made my heart pound, made me "hot" and completely entertained me. I'm starting on "Indelible: Beneath his Ink" tonight!
TWO HAPPY THUMBS UP!
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