I read one of the author's other books (Carpe Diem) and enjoyed her ability to tell a story. Found this audio and decided to give it a try. This is just a sexual romp beyond belief. The main character, Linda, is obviously over sexed, but her ability to try anything is mind blowing.
The narrator does an excellent job in making this nymph seem real and I really got caught up in her orgasmic reading of the main characters exploits.
This is pure raw erotica, but well presented. Not for the faint at heart or prudish.
I am a Wayne Dyer fan and while a lot of this was repeated material, his new thought on the “shift” were refreshing. Listened to it twice on my commute and will probably do it one more time.
I read book 1 and now listened to Book 2 and found both to be fun adventures about a very sex oriented couple. It is not a strong story plot but more of a reporting on the activities of Linda and Jason. They are a couple who find great compatibility in the area of open marriage. Linda is definitely a free spirit and I found her to be softer and more gentle in book 2 than book 1. She knows how to get into trouble and loves every minute. As in book 1, this is not a audiobook for the prudish or faint at heart,, but for the rest of us it is a great listen. Anne Johnstonbrown, the narrator, did a good job of capturing the characters, especially the antics of Linda and her husband Jason. Wonder where book 3 will go?
After all the hype about the book, I guess I expected a real blockbuster. Not so much. The repetition of email addresses about drove me crazy. Interesting story, but nothing I would get overly excited about in a review. Maybe the BDSM is a secret national fetish.
well researched material
a balanced portrayal of a difficult and pivotal time
Presented historical material with a scholarly yet entertaining portrayal
A great book for a history lover.
I am a Dyer fan and was looking for something to take on vacation. The book is one of my favorite and I thought this might be something a little deeper. While it was well presented and contained some new information, it was basically a sound tape about the book. I liked it and it refreshed me even if it was a review. If you read the book, no real need to get this unless you are like me and love Dyer.
If my friend was looking for detail about the pre-civil war era, it is a must read
McPherson develops a balanced understanding about the diversity of facts and passions on both side of the conflict
I enjoyed it enough to move on to the next volume.
Not all my friends may be into the erotic/romance genre but for those who are, this is a great read. Sandy is the embodiment of so many women who have gone throughout the pain of divorce, put their life back together and now need to move on with their journey.
While the sexual content is a part of the story, the romance of Sandy and Justin is refreshing as it is two adults who are familiar with the pain of life yet willing to explore its pleasures.
She seems to identify with the female lead character and truly brings her conflicts to life. Her voice in the narration adds depth to the sexual interaction. Happy that the author used a female voice.
It was very real in the conflicts and pleasures of such an affair
the characters were very believable
Any time a relationship becomes a triangle it has potential for heat. It may warm us or burn us, you never know. This book exposed all parts of such triangular relationships. Well done.
It just didn’t seem to go anyplace. Not a waste of time, but not exciting either
Good reading but not much to work with
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