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Sexy in Stilettos - book #1

There's nothing worse than having to watch your sister marry your ex fiancé. Organized, event planner, Jaya Trudeaux is used to doing things by the book and never making waves. The only thing that can tie carefree, playboy, Alec Danthers down is a promise he made to his mother. Can Jaya put the lists down long enough to enjoy the ride that is Alec?

©2013 Nana Malone (P)2014 Nana Malone

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A comfortable read

Sometimes, all you need is a wholesome, cosy romance! And ta-da... This is just that. A three book collection. all with HEA, all crisscross lives between titles. The story's are of Jaya, Ricca and Micha and each of their journeys in finding love.

The narration over the series was well executed enjoyable enough to keep me listening

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  • Rusty
  • 03-12-15

Grow Up Girls

This is a 3 book series about a trio of female friends who are supposed to be educated professionals in their late 20s or early 30s. Unfortunately the "girls" have the emotional maturity of college coeds and incredibly low self-esteem.

The first book was okay with some humor and romance, the second book was too long without a real plot and the third (Mika & Caleb) was just annoying. While I enjoyed the close friendship between the women, I accepted more maturity.

Mika was supposed to be the strong, spunky friend but she was more neurotic than assertive. Caleb claimed to admire Mika, yet he only wanted to change & control her. I hate when a man is attracted to an independent woman, then immediately tries to turn her into a passive wimp.

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  • Kindle Customer
  • 16-06-20

great storylines with bad narration

Can I be real? I am absolutely sick of listening to white women voice black characters. When I choose a book I am specifically choosing it because it is a black character. Why are these characters always being voiced by white women? They do not talk like we talk. We do not talk in those baby doll like voices. We have more rasp to our voice and our voices tend to be deeper. And most importantly, they usually do not get the sass right. When hearing them read a line I find myself going that is not how a black woman would say that. I really do wish I had more time in my day and the finances to be able to become a voice actor myself. We need more black female narrators. I want to enjoy the story fully and quite often I forget the character is black. I continue to listen because I love Nana Malone's stories however I cringed all the way through it especially when she did the voice for Ricca. That is supposed to be a Trinidadian girl. why why why did she sound like Barbie's little sister?!

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  • Mika
  • 23-02-15

Lots of sex. Not much story

It was okay for listening in car when I was stressed out and didn't want to hear anything that required me to actually pay real attention

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  • Anne Blyth
  • 27-04-17

A good holiday read

Books 1-3. of the 'in Stilettos' series was my introduction to this author and I was pleasantly surprised. Each book is a combination of light hearted banter, meaningful friendships and an underlying gritty story to keep the reader guessing.

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  • Claudia B
  • 28-09-20

In Stilettos - Three In One

Sexy In Stilettos
Sultry In Stilettos
Sassy In Stilettos
By Nana Malone Narrated by Traci Odom

I listened to all three back to back and was rewarded with a fun, sexy, sultry and sassy good time. The friends each have their own book starting with Jaya who meets Alec who is best friends with Caleb who fancies Micha and rounding out the trio is Ricca and Beckett who fancy each other.
I enjoyed the friendships, great to see the supportiveness among these six characters.

Sassy In Stilettos (Micha and Caleb) is my favorite even though it was book three. It was the most relatable to me and Caleb was just plain old sexy.

Sexy In Stilettos was book one and even though I liked Jaya, if I was her friend there were several times I’d have pinched her....her family .... I’ve no words for them....Alec was a God send to say the least.

Sultry In Stilettos was just a sweet story and I rooted for Ricca and Beckett to communicate and get it on!

All three books had a criminal element in them which enhanced an otherwise fairytale love story.

Traci Odom’s narration was great. She added layers to the characters,and there were a lot of them, yet she managed to give them individuality and I was never confused as to which character was speaking.
Well done Nana and Traci.
I will dive into the rest of the Stilettos series.

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  • Kindle Customer
  • 05-09-20

loved it

this was a great book. I can't wait to read more books by this author.

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  • Nia
  • 06-02-20

New Favorite!

Hooked-Nerdy, uptight,wild, sexy, successful black girls unite! This series reminds me of the show Girlfriends. Loved it !

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  • Anonymous User
  • 09-02-19

more stilettos books

best three books i read i love them the story line was it was read good just love it

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  • Patrick M. Simmons
  • 13-02-18

In Stilettos

Three fantastic romantic stories in a series . I loved all of them. Thank You 😳😺 AAA+++

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  • E. Froemel
  • 21-10-21

Great Story!

I have the 3 in one stilleto books. I always begin thinking Nana Malone is going to write a light airy kind of book. Don't let the door hit you on the way out... On the back end their is a point the story rolls to and it's not frivolous or light. So far they are all delightful in all their spiciness.