Sexy, Erotic & Exploration
It is between a married couple and the exploration of sex [into kinky, erotic] is between a married couple.
She is a great narrator...I don't read a lot - love listening and narration can make or break a book.
It's a short, mildly erotic story. Adult themes...not for 'vanilla' romance readers.
I've not read the books. I advise reading them in order, but each one -thus far- is a stand alone.
Ainsley's clever thievery -past and current & learning of how Cameron received his scars.
Yes, she is EXCELLENT in ALL the Highland Pleasures books.
Yes, but it took me several days... oh, to be able to listen to the whole series at once without interruption!
Great plot and sub plot...also glad for the hints of upcoming books in the series.
NOTE: Some strong language and a few sexual 'encounters'.
Absolutely and I'm strictly a contemporary romance fan. Usually HATE historical romances.
Isabella, which is surprisingly for me as I tend to favor the hero. She is a strong woman trying to figure things out. She has dust-ups with Mac without trying to emasculate him.
Her voice as Isabella is beautifully smooth and she is still able to carry off the challenges of the male characters.
The whole subplot with the impersonator was of great interest...I cannot choose a specific scene without 'spoiling'.
This is pretty mild with some sexual scenes and a bit of cussing.
The story of murder and the investigation that follows.
Julian! He was so dark, deep and sexy!
I love Kaleo Griffith's performance in the previous I-Team book & most in this book. However, his portrayal of Tessa's character (with a southern accent) sounded like a female Forrest Gump.
Like what exactly? I am looking forward to listening to the rest in this series.
Note: Sexual situations and a bit of strong language.
Probably not as there was no real ongoing plot-the beginning had promise, the end was pretty good; but the middle went on and on. It was basically a book about sexual dominance over a woman who seemed to have no self control.
The narrator was good.
The attempted rescue.
I don't know, perhaps a little self control and fight from Clarissa.
This reminded me of The Marketplace - This is as many have commented; raunchy, graphic, erotica. If you like Maya Banks, Sylvia Day, Lora Leigh, etc. this may be too much for you OR you may like it. For me it was a bit too much.
NOTE: Strong language and VERY graphic [at times taboo] sex
Funny, smart, clever
No, but she does an excellent job.
No rename-it is PERFECT
This book was hilarious, full of sexual tension but very general [as opposed to graphic] in the descriptions of the any sexual acts.
I didn't really care for the naming of body parts and I was SO tired of hearing phrases like "she, the big O makes an appearance".
Along the lines of Sophie Kinsella & Marian Keys in the humor & relationship departments.
Note: Sexual situations and some strong language
The base of the story is really intriguing and kept my attention throughout.
It is just behind the Sweet Series which I love.
Sam-Harry Berkeley does an excellent job with all characters.
NOTE: Strong language & sexual/adult content
I love Maya Banks and started this series because I'd listened to everything else she had written. The first two in the series are creepy (in my opinion) but this one is 100x's better. The series would rank pretty low but this book brings it up a bit.
He is consistent and able to perform 7 male characters with some distinction.
Yes, and I did.
NOTE: Strong language and sexual content.
Best and least-The sex scenes (least because it was brothers).
Trying to be really general so as not to 'spoil' - Lily confronting the other party with knowledge of her secret past. The confrontation does not pan out as I expected; it was a pleasant surprise!
There IS a follow up -Colter's Daughter- and I'm glad I stuck with the series because it is THE BEST (and most believable). Thus far I recommend that one.
The back/sub story is pretty weak-unlike the 1st and 3rd books.
Adult language and situations.
I enjoyed the continuation and the interplay with the characters.
The thing I liked the least is that nothing was wrapped up - in the previous books there was an obvious sub plot (Book 1 Ava & Gideon begin and and begin to deal with Ava's broken past - Book 2 deals with Ava's stepbrother) within the relationship that came to a resolution-this book did not have that. This seemed a lot like 'filler', we learned nothing new about Gideon's brokenness.
More details and healing insight to Gideon's trauma & something beyond the relationship of Ava & Gideon than 'I'm jealous, forgive me.' 'No I'm jealous, forgive me.' etc.
The dance club-AWESOME!
Yes, as I'm addicted to the series. But I would not recommend to a new reader until the whole series is published as this drip, drip is maddening!
Strong language and sexual content.
I do not care for the 'time space' continual.
Make it all in the here and now
Johnny-her portrayal of his East Coast accent is spot on - from this native of New England!
This will be a good listen for those who like things a bit out of the norm. I only bought it because it was Megan Hart and I love almost everything by her except 'Deeper' which is similar-time travel.
Strong language and sexual content
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