Hot romance/Sci Fi we're so lucky to have Audible to feed our book addictions. I love walking my precious dog Sydney & listening to my books
This book was slightly entertaining only. Not Portia Da Costa best work. lots of sex but the storyline wasn't satisfying. Oh well it hasn't put me of reading to more of her work so i guess ill keep an eye out for any of her new books.
No spoilers! Love HOT, sexy books w/a plot. No vampires, paranormal, teens 4 me. I also review in exchange for books-lots of fun surprises!
Oh, I have so many favorites...this is in the "I'll definitely listen to again (and again) group."
Maria-she is hilarious, although Mr. Stone had great moments too
The accent! Fantastic job
I was put off by the hotel seen near the end of the book...could have done without it as it grossed me out.
While the story is lighthearted, this is a graphic, sexual book with strong language - reader beware if this isn't your cup of tea.
The storyline was titillating - which made me purchase it; but the female character was not endearing at ALL. I was more into Mr. Stone than the female character. She was just flat.
I really became annoyed at her voice for the female character when she was talking to others. It was a little girl, whiny voice.. ANNOYING!
No idea. It was a good concept for a storyline; the male characters, especially Stone, were interesting - although the friend, Greg, was like a throwaway, oh-by-the-way, here's this kid that also wants to get in her pants, character.. whoopee; the female characters were, well, stupid. More depth? This seemed like a "I have an afternoon to while away writing a book and I'll just dash off this little something that may or may not happen in a workplace and make the female character as horny as possible"
Listening to this whole audio book drove me crazy! I wanted to be Maria so much! At times, I felt I was her and on a few ocassions she made me feel quite normal to be me! Portia Da Costa writes like she's been there and I loved it! Kinda tough to listen to this while in work pretending not to be aroused! Characters were great, obviously this could only happen in fiction- but a girl can dream and when she does, Portia Da Costa writes it all down!