After meeting Cage in the previous book, and he seeming like a nice guy, the character shift here and his disrespect towards (some) women was jarring.
Unlike the other readers, I have a hard time listening to the female narrator. I was hoping she just used a whiny voice in the first book to show Isabelle character but her voice is whiny in this book also. The story lines are good in both books. A little bit of repeated dialog however. I thought the male narrator was great.
love it the way the author wrote this book
Love Greg's story and it fills in some blanks from Axel and Izzy's story. I wish the narration was a bit better. The voices just do not do a good job at conveying the personality the author is describing. Some parts of this story was a it extreme and took things too far, (example kidnapping ok but the way they dealt with it was a bit too much). There may have been better ways to keep you guessing and in the edge of your seat.
This 2nd book did not disapoint. It was great to hear more about Axel and Izzy but also follow the life of Greg. This book is so funny in places too. Loved the deleted chapter that had me laughing out loud!
Enjoyed this book, the second in the series. Greg irritated me at times but there was good development of the main characters by the author and Sawyer Bennett’s story moved along smoothly. The narrators did a good job and their performance definitely added to my enjoyment
Cage is the Man! Big heart he tries to stuff down, super loyal friend, handsome as ....! The narrator shows his vocal range to perfection.
OMG. I love this story. I loved Greg so much from Axel's story. To hear his back story and to see him get his happy ending. I think Melissa is perfect for him but damn if that plot twist didn't complete screw my mind up for the longest time when I heard it. Greg is such a sweet, protective guy and a great pseudo brother to Izzy, that he really deserved this story. Now if Maddox and Dee can both get their heads out of their asses and make Both Emmy and Beck happy.