Volatile, deceptive, addictive, and manipulative are just a few terms that can be used to describe LiLi and Mike's relationship. After finding out his dream girl was not the devoted housewife he thought she was, Mike must face the world knowing that he has been living a lie. A series of unfortunate events will lead Mike to the truth; however, that truth will quickly turn out to be more than Mike's mind can handle. The saying "What you don't know can't hurt you" is true in this case. Because when Mike finds out all LiLi has been hiding, he goes on a psychotic rampage with an anonymous stalker on the loose. Will Mike finally find out whose bitch LiLI really is? Or will the anonymous stalker end up making them all someone's bitch?
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"Review covers book 1 & 2"
I'm not sure who was the intended audience. The situations were adult, but the writing was extremely sophmoric
The author could provide structure, character and plot development, continuity, and engage a team that supports her craft by providing editing, proofing and beta-testing prior to publishing. While the riding was extremely sophomoric, the grammatical errors were evident even with the audio. The narrator did her job which was to read what was provided. The content editor for the audio release missed some key things. Full sentences were often repeated and a time or two complete passages.
I've experienced Cee Scott's earlier work. She has improved greatly. The distracting flaws surrounded the audio quality
Disappointment that the potential was missed by a 100 miles. A good man destroyed by a deeply flawed jezebel could have actually been a fantastic book.
I purchased book on sale $1.99. Book 2 I purchased for $10. I'll be returning both immediately not because of the sophmoric wirting, but because the audio quality was not worth the price.
- ILoveMyAudibleKindle "I love audio books & my Kindle is always with me. Good or bad, I hate not knowing how a book or series will end."