Not after this one.
The genre, no. Books by McGowan, and books read by Stephens, yes.
Read the book before beginning narration. Many sentences are read in a way where it seems that the reader is not expecting a sub clause, but WHOA, there it is! Her stress and intonation are often irritatingly off. Further, when narrating a particularly significant and emotional segment, Stephens' voice often rises into some sort of plaintive whine which further emphasizes the overdone-ness of the style.
Yes, it inspired me to be more careful how I spend my credits.
This book is the tedious and disappointing bastard child of Kate Mosse's _Sepulchre_ and Dan Brown's _Da Vinci Code_. Enough with the Cathars and Waldensians already. I wish I could have my credit back.
Not really time well spent. I thought it would be a modern-ish Regency novel. It is not. It is actually porn. My own fault - i bought it because of the narrator, not realizing she also does this kind of thing.
It's probably fine for what it is. Just not what I'm interested in.
She is as usually very good. I bought the book because she's the narrator, not realizing that this is, well, special-genre fiction.
I would not want to see this as a movie but I'm sure there is a market for it.
If you like dominance erotica/pornography you may like this book. If you are looking for something a bit more Georgette Heyer stay away!
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