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As I finished the book, I was left with the thought that this book had the potential to be extraordinary, but instead it was just....normal. The first 4 hours or 9 chapters kind of dragged and there was actually very little interaction between the two main characters which was a bit annoying. Perhaps this is because the author was setting the stage for a series. I think the biggest problem was that the characters kept talking about their chemistry but I didn't really "feel" the chemistry. The author meant there to be a lot of sexual tension between the characters, but I didn't really get a solid feeling for this and my stomach never clenched with angst or suspense or hope or anything like in other books similar to this one. I think the book had amazing potential, but it just didn't follow through all that well. The narration was a bit odd also. I'm not quite sure how because both narrators were good -- I just didn't feel any emotion from them.
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Selling Scarlett is a wonderful story masterfully spun with twists that are surprising and angst that pushes your patience to the limit. I love that Ella keeps you on the edge of your seat, but I did find myself getting a little exasperated from time to time waiting for Libby and Hunter to just get together. I loved the story, but there was a little too much angst. Sometimes that factor leaves the actual point of action a little anticlimactic. Just saying. In any case, the performance readers were outstanding. That man’s voice is sexy and her story telling skills are fantastic! Great job to all. Kudos!