Review: White Lies

19 Feb

White Lies
White Lies by Jayne Ann Krentz
My rating: 2 of 5 stars

Review of the Book – the book was ok, it was nothing to write home about. A typical contemporary with an uber ALPHA male, aka, a Hunter…and the wronged woman…ugh…I kinda figured out about half-way through who the bad guy/girl was. I’m def. going to say that i’m more a fan of JAK’s historicals under the Amanda Quick name and not so much her contemporaries. That being said, I did like the first book in the series, and with this being the second, i’m going to give the third a chance (also under her JAK name) before deciding if i’ll continue the series or not.

Review of the Narration – on a cheese factor scale of 1-10 with 10 being the cheesiest, this was easily an 8 or a 9. The dialogue was omg…and the narration didn’t help much. David Colacci was ok and I could at least distinguish his various characters – Kathy Garver not so much…at one stage, 3 women were in the same scene and I had no idea who was talking because they all sounded alike…so it made for an interesting listening experience. I can’t say that I will be rushing out to listen to either of their narrators again in the future.

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Posted by on February 19, 2012 in Audiobook Review


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