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Ways to Go
- Taking Chances, Book 3
- Narrated by: Brittany Schank
- Length: 4 hrs and 10 mins
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When Jake walked into the tattoo shop Life in Ink, he had no idea his life was about to change. This time for the better. After his girlfriend left him and decided to raise their daughter with another man, Jake walked away to put the pieces of his life back together.
Charleigh knows she has what it takes to be the best artist in her uncle’s tattoo shop. If he’d only give her a chance. When Jake walked into the shop, she’s not sure why he gets under her skin. But he does, and she doesn’t like it.
Jake has to overcome his fear of living in his parents’ shadow and finally stand up to them, with Charleigh by his side. But Jake isn’t sure he’ll be able to push aside his jealousy and raise his daughter. Will his pride get in the way? Or will he finally become the man he wants to be?
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I really enjoyed Jakes story.
Jake, much like Cami, had to deal with family that really wasn’t much like an actual family. His parents did not approve of his daughter with Tonya, much less his girlfriend Charleigh.
Charleigh had her own issues to work through, first with trying to deal with not being allowed to tattoo without confronting her uncle about it and also confronting Bianca about her hostility towards her. Luckily, all goes well with both situations for her.
Jake and Charleigh, once they got through the issues and misunderstandings, were able to finally have a good relationship, which I liked. This story also introduced characters that will most likely have their own stories down the road.
I didn’t really like the fact this story basically had Cami’s situation applied to Jake, with a few minor changes. Not all well off-or rich families/parents are neglecting/ controlling narcissists that only care about their own self interests and none of the kids. Legitimately, I read in another book by a different author, where those rich parents were the supportive ones and the less well off weren’t so supportive.
Less generalizations and more unique family situations would create even better storylines in the future.
I really enjoyed the narrator like always, but I could hear a few noises that weren’t supposed to be in the story. Other than that, the narration was great.
Overall, I would rate this story 4 out of 5 stars.
Disclaimer: I received a free code from Audiobookcrave. All opinions are my own