- File Size: 769 KB
- Print Length: 68 pages
- Publisher: St. Martin's Griffin (November 17, 2015)
- Publication Date: November 17, 2015
- Sold by: Macmillan
- Language: English
- ASIN: B0140PFNEI
- Text-to-Speech: Enabled
- Word Wise: Enabled
- Lending: Not Enabled
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #894,041 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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My Best Friend's Stepfather #3 Kindle Edition
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The writing is average. The story was ok. It's typical smutty writing. If that's what you feel like reading, this will due however, I listened to the audio book and I would absolutely NOT recommend you listen to the audio version. The narrator, Julia Duvall is hands down the worst narrator I'v ever had the displeasure of listening to. Her narration with the explicit content of this book is a horrid auditory disaster. Her voice when speaking in a male tone (which was frequent throughout the book) was 100% repulsive. I wish I could attach sound bites to this review as examples because it was a jarring, GROSS experience listening to that woman's voice. Ugh, yuck! There's a lot of other books out there with the same content that flow better and are written more eloquently and intelligently. I'd say skip this one if you're on the fence about reading it.
So I can honestly say I didn't see that coming.
I mean I did when I started the 3rd book but not when I started the first book. I think that was a fair ending for a relationship that was complicated.
While I didn't like the ending, and not the surprise, but the other thing which you'll have to read it to form your own opinion. I can't even take off stars because I loved Dare and Adam.
Ashley got on my nerves, but ultimately she tried to the right thing throughout the series.
I also like Opal's writing style minus the word suckle. I took breastfeeding classes and that word will always be associated with feeding a baby.
All in all, I loved the first book, Liked the second, and a bit surprised by the 3rd.
It's sexy no doubt. Some books I read for romance, some I read for the thrill, and others I read for the sex.
I would read this for the sex. Just saying.
So, this is the final installment in this serial read and the steamy quotient is amped up when we get Adam and Dare's history. For those opposed to MM or MFM, just stop now, this book is not for you. While it isn't my cup of tea, I haven't been opposed or allowed it to affect my enjoyment of the book, Three, Two, One by JA Huss being a great example.
This one, however, I had a problem with. Simply put, I would have no interest being involved with someone and their past lover. Being involved with both of them singly was a little out there as it was, but I can understand Ashley's dilemma. I don't think I would be comfortable if I questioned where their feelings for me stood in comparison to the other. In particular, with Adam, it is like she was his fall back. I can't have what I want so I will be with you.
Honestly, I could have gotten passed this issue, especially since the characters are not really developed so I really don't know how Ashley should react. My major issue is the craziness that is Helen and the resolution the trio comes up with in addressing it. OMG...did I just read that. Is Ashley that crazy that she is willing to put up with that, and after what we learn about Helen, you expect me to believe she is okay with everything, no way.
The book abruptly ends shortly after the craziness so we don't get any great resolution or explanation as to how things work out. Maybe I'm wrong and there will be more installments to follow, though I doubt it. I'm just really bummed because I had been loving this serial up until this last book.
Thanks to NetGalley for an ARC in exchange for an honest review.