- File Size: 3294 KB
- Print Length: 748 pages
- Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
- Publication Date: December 8, 2013
- Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B00H7FVY8I
- Text-to-Speech: Enabled
- Word Wise: Enabled
- Lending: Enabled
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #179,793 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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The Speak Easy Duet: Includes both Speak Easy and Speak Low Kindle Edition
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Speak Easy: 5 stars
What a treat! This book was so much fun to read.
Set in the 1920s, Tiny O'Mara helps her father run a bootleg operation selling whisky. Everything is going fine until Tiny's father is kidnapped and held for ransom. Other gangs and families want a piece of O'Mara's pie. With the help of Joey Lupo, Tiny's "friend" since childhood, she scrambles to come up with the money in time. But Enzo DiFiore, the man that's blackmailing her, is easy on the eyes and confusing to her lady bits. She should hate him, right?
Tiny is such a great character. She's feisty and hilarious and loyal and passionate. Her inner thoughts are a riot. What a wild ride!
Speak Low: 4 stars
Speak Low picks up right where Speak Easy left off. Joey told Tiny he's moving to Chicago. Now she has conflicted feelings. The problem is the two men she wants are in opposite gangs. How is Tiny supposed to be loyal to them both? She makes a lot of mistakes but it was hard to stay mad at her for long. Tiny reminds me of Scarlet O'Hara - childlike, sometimes bratty, flirty, manipulative, stubborn, endearing, protective, etc.
It started to feel like she based which man she wanted by which man she was in front of at the time. But she quickly came to her senses and made a grand gesture. Yes, she chose right! The epilogue was squee-worthy. We were updated on everybody and everything was as it should be. I loved it. Speak Low wasn't as fast paced and nail biting as Speak Easy but still a great read. Well done!
I didn't like the second book it was drawn out and took a real long time to get to the point. But all in all I enjoyed it
I'm certainly not disappointed I chose this series. It had a little bit of everything, crime, suspense, romance and sex. What else could a reader ask for?
The poor decisions the lead female character makes had me scratching my head thinking, REALLY? But in the end, the author brings everything together for a nice conclusion.