Crystal never dreamed her engagement would end this way: With her fiancé breaking her heart the day of the wedding...and his best man stepping in to mend it. Now she's about to embark on her dream honeymoon with the sinfully sexy best man. But when the groom shows up determined to win her back, she ends up in a highly unusual situation...on a honeymoon for three.
Caught between two gorgeous guys - each determined to win her hand by showing her the most pleasure - Crystal has an impossible decision to make. Who will she end up with once the honeymoon is over? And how can she follow her heart when it belongs to two men at once?
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Story was good.
Terrible. Total sounded like she was reciting a first grade book. No emotion at all.
Don't use this performer again.
Great Books Don't Promote Violence
This book starts with 2 straight guys in love with same woman;she is engaged to one and the other confesses his feelings before the wedding. Okay, there was potential for drama and romance. 7 days later, both friends are having sex with each other plus threesomes with the fiance and group sex with another couple. I found the drastic change in character behavior too unbelievable.
No, Nina Carlisle was just awful, her voice was too monotone for a book narrator. She had no inflection to her voice until Chapter 12 then it was a little better (that;s why I gave 2 stars instead of one). There were 3 main characters - 2 of them men and she didnt even deepen her voice fr those parts.
No, because of the narration.
Clarrisa Knightly or Grace Grant, plus a man to do the male parts...well anybody really - even a man would have been better.
It was a good thing I listened to this at work because if it had been at home where I was not busy I couldn't have tolerated the book and its narration.
The narration truly ruined the book for me. The story would have been better with a man and woman narrating it.
Great love story - but narrator sucks
Yes of course - Opal writes wonderful books.
Never in a million years - she narrates like she is reading a text book - no emotion whatsoever so it makes the book (as great as it is) hard to get into when the narrator has a flat unemotional voice.
Wanted to but narrator turned me off.
Ms. Carisle has no emotion in her voice and reads like she is reading the newspaper or a text book - perhaps she should try narrating other types of books and stay away from erotic romance.
Wild about books.
For those of you that watch sic fi movies you will understand the pod people. No emotion !!!
This lady should be put on the never list. I listen to the book once and then tried again. It might be a great book but the lady that narrated it is mono toned. It is the worst case I have ever heard. I put a post it note on computer so that I never get another book that she is the person that lends her voice to. Why anyone would pay her to kill their book is beyond me.
I like erotica, but this is some of the worst. And to make matters worse, Nina Carlisle must be the most bored-sounding narrator in the world. And for erotica, that is a death match if I ever heard of one. Where there's suppose to be passion and lust, Ms. Carlisle sounds like she would prefer to be filing her nails. I think the premise was okay, but the execution failed on every letter. When I start fast-forwarding through erotica, that's a sure sign that something is failing...serioiusly. I thought it would get better, but NO. Nothing was redeeming from beginning to end. And the storyline was so implausible. There were parts that could happen, but much of the dialogue and how people reacted was hard to fathom. So, buy at your own risk.
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