The story and vanilla sex is this story worked for me. But what really worked for me was when all five Sweet Series women got together. The pool scene was a huge LOL for me. Ms. Banks - please keep them coming.
I understand that when I read this genre that I not going to fine great literature, but could we have a little character development. I love HOT HOT sex but I do like the book to include a story. I also like to care about a least one character. I didn't like anyone in this book. Don't be fooled by other reviews . . . there are far better books for your listening pleasure.
The concept of this story is not bad; it’s just that the female protagonist thinks and talks like a very, very young teenager. I found this immature point of view extremely annoying. This book is really designed for teenagers, but the sex scenes are too explicit for that age group. I do not recommend this book.
If you listened to the first books, I recommend that you read The Mistress. The narration is all wrong. Adult characters are given child-like voices and the Irish accent is the worst I have ever heard.
I liked this book, but I couldn't help being a little disappointed after first reading the novella that leads into this book. The novella told the story from both characters point of review, this book only told the story from woman's side.
Loved the two narrators. Loved this erotic love story because both characters are strong, educated, and not too damaged. The hot love scenes are throughout the story.
I am not sure if the author thought her readers couldn't remember what the story was about, or if she needed to remind herself. I have never read or listened to a book that repeated and repeated what had already happened. I get that most romance books are not great literature, but its readers are not dim witted.
The sex scenes are hot, but again the scenes are rehashed. First from his point of review, then her point of review and then again.
I have enjoyed Lora Leigh's other books, but this one made me crazy.
This is a short story that seems to take place before "The Siren". A very exciting listen. Very hot. Kingsley is sex!
Audible please bring "Little Red Riding Crop" and "Seven Day Loan" to the Audible collection -- while we wait for the 4th book in the series "The Mistress".
This is a great listen. Parts of the story will make you squirm in your seat (or bed), but that just makes it better. Different narrator than the first book. Took me less than 5 minutes to get use to the new voice. Both books in the series will take you away, making is hard to turn them off. Both narrators were great.
Lots of one-on-one sex. The story line is very weak and the characters are not very believable. The only reason I was able to finish listening was because it was short. This is likely to be my last book by this author.
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