I tried out this audiobook because it was recommended based on my previous purchases of Kyra Davis' audiobooks. I was sorely mistaken! The narrator seems to read each sentence with contempt. The way that she emphasizes the last word in the sentence is really annoying. The author also includes a lot of extended, detailed soft porn scenes, including almost the entire first chapter. I don't mind short sex scenes, but this was way too much for me. It also seemed to have the setup of a porn movie, a bad girl who dresses very conservatively and secretly yearns for bad boys. The plot develops more later in the story, but I found myself irritated with the main character's obtuseness for most of the story. Don't bother with this one! If you're looking for interesting, funny, suspenseful chick lit, check out Kyra Davis' mystery books instead.
The plot compared to the other two in the series is deep,complex and realistic. The sex is hot (the narrator did a great job) although it is not as hot as Start Me Up.
Read all three in the series beginning with "Talk Me Down, Start Me Up, Lead Me On" in that order. Dahl's humor keeps you laughing out loud, sexy steamy romance with none of the character "side bar redundant drivel" that seems to be fill-in words to meet that page count quota you find in most novels.
I love these stories. The best credits I've used!
I liked all three of the Victoria Dahl books but this one was the best. Jane and Chase made a great lust story. The narrator makes the book. I was shocked to hear her voice and looked at the name listed as narrator then compair her to the narrator to the Virgin River Series by Robyn Carr. They are one and the same only under different names. So if you enjoy the narrator give Robyn Carr a listen you will also enjoy her books.
This is my second book with Victoria Dahl GREAT I LOVED IT VERY SEXY I read the 1st book Start Me Up which was Great Also. LEAD ME ON !!! Will definalty look into additonal books Good Narrator
This was a fun listen. I started it and had to finish it. I loved the main characters Jane and Chase; their attraction was palatable. I don't know a lot about Biker culture but was intrigued. I was more into the romance than the conflict with Jane's brother. But that might have been the authors intention. The reader was good and I enjoyed Dahl's humor.