I'm Audible's first Editor-at-Large, the host of In Bed with Susie Bright -- and a longtime author, editor, journo, and bookworm. I listen to audio when I'm cooking, playing cards, knitting, going to bed, waking up, driving, and putting other people's kids to bed! My favorite audiobooks, ever, are: "True Grit" and "The Dog of the South."
This is the sequel to the legendary Carries’s Story.
The witty, sharp Carrie is our heroine. (This was BEFORE Sex and the City!)
Carrie is introduced to "Pony Play" by her lover in the first book, and is taken to Greece by her new master in Safe Word— where she finds even more pleasure in obedience and human dressage.
Weatherfield's the master of convincing, erotic S/M scenes. Her characters are flawed and endearing enough make you want to know what comes next, the classic book you can't stop until you get to the last drop.
Antoniou is the author of the top-notch "Marketplace" erotica series. With "The Killer Wore Leather," she's branched out into mystery-erotica, and--humor. And this book is hilarious--not a compliment I dole out easily. Antoniou writes a tight little mystery with all the gratification of a jigsaw puzzle. She peoples it with an S/M community that she skewers with all the love and familiarity of a close family member.
What if Raymond Chandler was more explicit with his implied S/M? What if Agatha Christie's Miss Marple was a demanding bottom? (“That’s SLAVE Marple to you!”) What if Chandler and Christie wrote their books with the humor of Steve Martin? We don’t have to wonder “what if?” We only need to listen to this book.
Narrator, Lauren Fortgang gives an especially excellent performance. Each character has a clear "voice," but it never sounds gimmicky.
Alison Tyler pioneered e-book erotica with high quality writing and a sassy no-apologies attitude.
All the writers in this compilation took it to the limit with inventive stories for those looking for all bottoms, all the time, and every which way!
This is one of my favourite series but I have to say that it was a bit drawn out. Sara and Chris are a wonderful love story and both books prior to this one had me screaming for more. I felt like the narration was a bit off as well. I love, love, love Grace Grant and this time there were a few parts where Chris and Sara were talking and you could not tell them apart. As other reviewers said it will not stop me from listening to her again because she is simply great. I think that at some points in the story it just keeps going on and on about this secrete so you are expecting something major and frankly it was a bit of a letdown. Sara was pretty stupid in this book. At times I wanted to knock some sense into her. The entire Amber rescue and then drinking at the bar. One minute she is desperate to get out and the next she is drinking and becomes totally drunk in 5 minutes. I just could not understand her. Regardless of these minor complaints I will still continue with the next book. I think it should be longer for the price. I hate when authors get greedy and start cutting up books in order to get more money. This one could have had more to it. Overall I still love this series and highly recommend you read/listen to it. It is hard not to crave more of this and it will be interesting how Ella merges with this book.