both, i read the book first! but audio let me do everything while listing
blackstone! who dont want a good looking guy !
Nurse, mom, loved to read....but now I love to listen. When I retire I hope to hear waves crashing in 1 ear and audible in the other!
I have not read a print version....loved grace grant's narration!
Her father's voice on the speaker phone answering machine.
The sex scenes were hot and well written....
I felt so bad at the end.....can't give it away.
This is a mix of Beautiful Stranger and The Stark Trilogy.....Grace Grant has a fabulous British accent. I will defintely continue on with the series, lots of questions to be answered.
This book seemed to end to soon and left you wanting more. Do have to say it is a little bit of a typical story line girl meets hot rich and powerful dominate male and he consumes her world. I feel like I can't truly answer most questions based off this book it was a teaser for book two where you might get the answers this one left you with.
Develop a believable and likable Hero....Ethan is such a **s, that I kept hoping for his demise.
Also "power exchange" is becoming a OVER USED theme in erotica/romance novels.
Ethan...not even close to being a believable character. He is a jerk!
Their performance vocally brings right into the middle of the story.
Greater depth about the relationship. The model used here is nothing but a really shallow shell for just "hooking-up".
How ever the sexy scenes are very good!
I really enjoy the world of books! Narration just add layers to that world... don't u think? :)
Ok.. what! Did not expect this. I was expecting something like a quick dom taking over a college chick life...but not this. I loved this. I think my intinally impressions was skewed because of dual narration...which was false...b/c this was not dual narration. Shane East only narration the first passage, then Grace Grant narrated the rest of the book, in Byrnne POV. I loved Ethan's character. He was awesome. I can't wait for book 2....
Like the romance, but love the action involved to get there!
This book has many similar elements to 50, the dominant alpha rich man, the girl he can't stay away from and must have, even the you are MINE moment, but as much as people like to bash 50 there was a build up in that story that didn't exist in this one, but for less than 4 hours long what can you expect?
The steamy scenes were steamy and graphic and there was a lot of sexual tension but ultimately everything came pretty easy and I missed the drama, the intensity, the edge of your seat moments...the rooting for the characters to figure it out already you belong with each other!!!!! Most of that was just missing and it left me with the feeling that I missed 8 chapters or so of the chase.
Ultimately my rating is a 3.5, I also feel that due to the length it was too expensive, but I did download book two and will likely finish the series, it's just not what I hoped for.
The first book of this "Trilogy" " Naked" is only 3hours & 55min yet still costs $11.87. When I bought this first audiobook I did not notice how short it was. The second book " All In " is 6 hours,11 min.& also costs $11.87. They both have the same release. These 2 books could easily have been combined. If I would've paid more attention to the length / price I would have paid $5.99 each for the ebook instead. That being said, I really liked the characters / story of all 3.
A very short story of three hours only. It seems like they broke a 9 hr. story to three and six just to make the set into a trilogy. The story does not have anything special to offer or any special twists and turns but overall an ok listen. I bought the trilogy set at the same time because of listener ratings and now not quite sure if that was a good idea. R Miller tries to create a story similar to 50 Shades in the hopes of winning readers. Similarities start with both girls posing in pix for a photo gallery. Next, lead female characters from both books are students and to complete this parallelism they both have very wealthy good-looking guys fall for them harder than they do for their men. Lastly, the female characters are both from single parent families and are closer to their dads. Hope the second book does not continue in the shadows of 50 Shades.
Left me wanting. The author never grabbed me! The ending was so corny!!!! A teeny bopper novel (minus the sex).
Something better written.
If it had been on mute.
Ugh. Simply awful. A badly written rip-off of a Fifty Shades/Crossfire mishmash.