Love a good laugh
I would try other titles from Elliot Mabeuse, I am not one to loth an author because of one disappointing title. The book was well written just too predictable for my taste. The narrators on the other hand were great (Peter Klein and Alicia Roberts). They portrayed the the characters with great precision. Peter Klein performed Mr Devlin as the older dominant and sexually driven professor that one would expect. Alicia Roberts portrayed the innocent and seemingly naive college student that Emma was.
The book did not spark my interest as it was too predictable. It was just a typical story of a student falling for her college professor. There was no peek or climax just a detailed summary of a love affair. It was not one of my favorite stories but the narrators appealed to my interest more than the actual plot.
Mr Devlin performed by Peter Klein was my favorite character.
With all the good publicity that the book was getting I expected more. I would not say that I wasted my time just not my favorite listen.
I'm sorry, but I find the man's reading of this to be VERY distracting from the overall, very good writing of the story. I LOVE the woman's performance. I think she does a great job, but the male reader just sounds like he's reading a grocery list half the time. I really do love this story though. Despite the quality of the reading, if you like BDSM, you'll love this story (at least from a sub perspective, imo). It's worth it! And that's certainly a testament to the quality of the writer
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It was the third book I read.
This was my first performence from. Do they have anymore?
yes for the experience in this story from a man's mind and views
none that I know of
Im sure there is many versions of this story already made
I got this read in order to hear the thoughts of a man during an experience of this sort. The narrator made it sound creepy and the girl sounded like she was in a hurry to get it read
I will listen to this again and again - no doubt. This was excellent! A 10 on a scale from 1 to 10. I am waiting for Elliot Mabeuse's next book.
The action never stopped; there was never a gap. It was never slow. You never waited for something else to happen. I listened to the audio version and never wanted to stop listening. I was so disappointed when I was ended. I thought, "Is that all?" I absolutely loved it!
Peter Klein was perfect. He was as real as they come. Alician Robert's performance was also very good.
Don't pass this one up.
Avid reader and Audio books listener
I am not sure, I had a hard time adjusting to Peter's voice , he just sounded too old for the role
Something from Maya Banks
No, I read fiction for entertainment not for inspiration
Well two things actually, one was the voice of Peter Klein and the other was the story.
The professor was my favourite character
Not only does Peter Klein have an amazingly sexy voice but he also sounds intelligent.
I guess I did, but I neither laughed nor cried. The story was addictive and it was very hard to have to switch it off. My only complaint was that the story ended too abruptly, almost like the author didn't finish it and someone just tagged on a few words so it could be published. It left me feeling there needed to be a sequel.
Despite the abrupt ending I will listen to this one again.
if the abridgement actually contained more of the story. I looked up the author's website and was shocked to see how much of this story was cut from the abridged audio version. This audio is missing about two thirds of the whole story and ends at Chapter two of the written story. There is so much more to this story and the audio version is a rip off.
I enjoyed what was there but feel utterly let down by this abridgement.
I loved Plunder.
What was there was awesome. I just wish the abridgement actually covered more of the story and didn't just end in the middle.
Don't waste your time or credit on this one. Read the whole story for free on the author's website instead.