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Strickland Sisters

Strickland Sisters

Written by Alexandria House

Narrated by Mari and Sean Crisden


Strickland Sisters

Written by Alexandria House

Narrated by Mari and Sean Crisden

ratings:
4.5/5 (23 ratings)
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series
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Released:
Dec 1, 2020
Format:
Audiobook

Description

Former career student Nicole Strickland is smart, spoiled, loud, irreverent, and flagrantly promiscuous. Her greatest desire is to live a life of leisure, and Attorney Travis McClure is just the man to make her dreams come true.

Entrepreneur Damon Davis is Nicole's best friend, has been since they crossed paths in second grade, and has loved her for as long as he's known her. And the truth of the matter is, Nicole cares for him, too. There's not much Damon doesn't know about Nicole and he accepts her, all of her, as is. The only thing keeping these two apart is a past hurt Nicole can't seem to let go of. Oh, and her engagement to Travis.

Damon wants his rightful place in her heart.

Nicole wants to protect her heart from the only man with the power to break it.

In the end, will Nicole give Damon what he's craved his whole life, the chance to be with her?

Contains mature themes.

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Released:
Dec 1, 2020
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  • (5/5)
    I was hesitant to listen to this book because, I do NOT like the female narrator. I am definitely not a fan of Mari. She is horrible! She does such a disservice to the characters and, although she's a co-narrator, she monopolizes most of the the book. But, because the story line it self was good and Sean Crisden does an awesome job, I was able to soldier on and get through the book. I was so excited when I figured out Angela was 4C Angie from Let Me Free You. Her and Ryan's love story was so sweet! I love that there wasn't a whole lot of drama. It really was just a build up to great relationship with a minor bump in the road along the way. My favorite scene in the book was definitely when Mama Strickland let Daddy Strickland have it at the anniversary dinner. Whew chile! My biggest issue with the female narrator is how she voiced Ryan's accent. Ryan was from Louisiana but, she voiced him with a Jamaican accent. Sean's portrayal of Ryan's accent was spot on. He did a great job. I just don't understand how how the author can be okay with things like that. While this was a really good book, I don't know that I would recommend the audiobook to anyone.