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- Listening Length: 8 hours and 6 minutes
- Program Type: Audiobook
- Version: Unabridged
- Publisher: Hachette Audio
- Audible.com Release Date: July 8, 2014
- Whispersync for Voice: Ready
- Language: English
- ASIN: B00L5P36BE
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The two great things about this book are the concept and Torre's writing. My god, Torre is an amazing writer. She has a way with words unlike any other author I have seen in this genre. My problem with the book lay mostly with my own personal tastes, and the fact that the majority of the book just seemed to be different descriptions of sex cam scenarios and fetishes. Speaking of, when Torre did research for this book, her internet history must have been CRAZY.
After dnfing Black Lies by this author a couple years back, I had stayed away from her books thinking they weren't for me, and maybe they're not. I'm still gonna try her other stuff and see if maybe these two books were just flukes.
Anyways, I am obviously in the minority. Lots of people loved this book so don't let my review discourage you.
The heroine has been through horrific trauma and seeks to cope the best she can. And in the end, she is strong enough to set her own troubles aside and focus on helping someone else in even more dire need. And yes, when she sets her mind to it, she can be beautiful and sensual beyond your wildest dreams!
The hero likewise is strong, caring and kind, and more than a little obsessive in just the right way. The perfect man for our girl!
The author has a way of mixing first and third person narratives that really draws you into the characters' minds. Her descriptions of them and of how they perceive the world around them are so realistic, it is all completely believable! She also succeeds at maintaining the high level of suspense from the first page to the very end.
Though there is a lot of sensuality going on throughout the story, it is pretty much exclusively via webcam. And, despite the somewhat vivid descriptions, it is generally presented in a light-hearted way. This is an erotic novel in the sense that there is a lot of sensual activity in the background, but it is not a book full of steamy, titillating sexual encounters between the main characters.
My only disappointment, and the reason I couldn't give it the full 5 stars, was that the romance part is left unresolved...
This is my detailed review:
Heroine: 5 stars
Hero: 5 stars
Plot: 5 stars
Writing style: 5 stars
Romance: 3 stars
Suspense: 5 stars
Sensuality: 3 stars
Ending: The suspense part is complete, but the romance part is not
Would I read another book by this author? I'm definitely going to read Part 2!
It's interesting how I enjoyed disturbing characters. I loved Joe from You, Dexter from the TV show and now, I like Deanna Madden.
Deanna Madden lost her family in a gruesome murder when she was seventeen. Deanna was not at home when it happened and afterward, she was sent to live with her grandparents until she was able to be on her own.
In the present, she has a self-imposed prison. Three years after she lost her family and at twenty-one, she makes her living as a webcam girl. She sells virtual sex to men and women without judgment. Why? because her fantasies are completely different. She fantasizes about murdering people. She believes she has the same tendencies as her mother and in order to avoid harming another human being, she rather isolates herself. This doesn't mean she doesn't have a huge collection of knives and guns just ready to use if someone comes inside her apartment. After all, a girl needs to know how to defend herself, right?
Then, a regular client starts making her uncomfortable and a young girl goes missing, she knows she has to interfere. She has the money, the means and the weapons to do so. She just needs to LEAVE her apartment.
I was happily surprised with The Girl in 6E. I love suspense and Alessandra Torre does a great job with this one. The twists were not overly shocking but just right for the story. There's a hint of a romance and I'll like to see a little more of Deanna and Jeremy. I think they have potential. Of course, unless she decides to kill him first.
I loved getting to know Deanna. She's isn't evil, or at least not entirely. Sure she has evil urges but they didn't appear out of the blue. I won't spoil you but there is more to the story there. And she doesn't want to hurt innocent people and fearing that she will, locks herself up. Being a cam girl is a means to live, both for money because she still has to eat and live and all that of course, as well as a means to sort of escape her rather lonely life.
I even related to her in some ways. Not in the murderous tendencies kind of way but I do believe we all have some darkness in us. Maybe some more than others but we all have some, a dark thought here or there. It's what we do that tells us who we are.
I loved getting to know her story.
When a little girl's life depends on her getting out of her apartment, well let's just say I love Deanna ok! There is true evil out there...and I don't think Deanna is it. Messed up...sure, but she tries and has good in her. She obviously isn't perfect though. Who is?
The beginning sucked me in, the second half of the story captured my heart and tears. I also feel like saying too much would spoil it, so i'll just end it with I loved it, and if it intrigues you give it a shot.
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