Hot, sinful romance.
Classic Sylvia Day.
Her narration brings male and female characters to life-never forced or faked.
Ask for it-suits it well.
Great book and narration. Steer clear of male narrators with Sylvia Day...they ruin her stories unfortunately....
Say something about yourself!
When I started listening to this book I stopped after a couple of minutes because the accent was too strong. A couple days later I decided to start listening again and after the first chapter I could not stop listening. I love how the relationship between Marcus and Elizabeth develops from lust to actual love. Great historical romance novel.
I did not care for the narrator
I found little to recommend Ask For It. The story line was thin, the characters' actions unbelievable, and the content too sexually graphic for my taste.
If you want to read a Fifty Shades of Grey wanna-be series, then you will probably enjoy this one by Sylvia Day much better than I did.
Mother of 3, grandmother of 6, retired nurse and substance abuse counselor. Thrilled to have the time to read or listen to books again.
very erotic book filled with lots of intimate scenes, a weak story line but so filled with intimacy that it holds your attention. if you like that sort of thing in book.
the narrator is extremely annoying though.
I'm a huge fan of historical romance novels and this one certainly didn't dissapoint. Sylvia's sex scenes aren't the best but the storyline definitely makes up for that. It was exciting with plenty of twists and turns. Marcus' character is endearing and I found myself falling for his entire family.
Elizabeth is my favorite part of the story. She's a very powerful character, not your typical damsel in distress.
The narration was mediocre. I've listened to books read by Justine in the past and I find her voice both pleasing and irritating at the same time. Almost like it's fake. You can rarely tell the difference between characters which really drives me nuts.
No I did not. It was exciting at times but overall nothing extreme.
It took about half way into the book to get involved, but once you do, you can't stop. It left you wanting more. Justine Eyre is the perfect person to narrate.
It was a little difficult to get interested in the story
O Day of days when we can read! The reader and the book, either without the other is naught. Ralph Waldo Emerson. I Love to read, a great time for me is curling up with a great book!!!
I loved this book and having Justine E. read it was inspired. An absolute audio delight
Spoiler Alert: about 2 hrs into what was developing as a decent book, the hero basically rapes the heroine. He justifies tying her up and taking her against her will by saying "now you can enjoy me without having to feel guilty." Just wrecked the book. I tried to keep listening, but just couldn't tolerate either character after that scene. The author should be ashamed at destroying what might have been a good novel.
Avid reader and Audio books listener
I would enjoy the book as much I enjoyed the audio version.
Audio and Printed books have a role. If I enjoyed the Audio, I am sure I would enjoy the book.
It is rather the opposite that occurs. I enjoy the printed book and struggled with the narration of Audio books sometimes. NOT IN THS CASE. The narration was excellent