Brothers Gavin, Slade, and Dex fall hard for Gavin's new secretary, beautiful Hannah Craig. The oil executives know they must give her time to get to know them before she can choose one...who will seduce the virgin and keep her for his own. But when a dangerous predator begins stalking the small-town beauty, they work together to protect her, abducting Hannah and spiriting her to an isolated hideaway. Once alone with her, none of them can contain their burning desire. Though Slade and Dex don't mind sharing, Gavin's tragic past has put distance between him and his brothers. Now, they're hoping that not only will Hannah love them back, but maybe mend their fractured family as well.
After overcoming her initial fears, the men teach her wild pleasure she's never imagined. She grows closer to each, their devotion melting her inhibitions. Hannah finds herself embracing love with all three men - and hoping she can heal Gavin's wounded soul. But her newfound happiness turns to terror when her stalker finds her. Will Gavin, Slade and Dex lose their woman to a menace that threatens everything they hold dear, or will they finally unite to make Hannah theirs forever?
©2011 Shelley Bradley LLC and DLZ Entertainment (P)2013 Tantor
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Narration - Serena Daniels - Bad
No offense to Serena, maybe this just isn't the correct genre.
I don't know if this would be a better book if I read it vs. Audio or not, but I highly doubt it.
I've read or listened to Shayla's Wicked Lover's Series and this follows the same format.
-Damsel in Distress.
-Big strong man/men whisk her away to a secure location (or at least it's supposed to be)
-Then work to seduce her and convince her that she's a born submissive and wants every hole filled
Although, in this one, she's already apparently in love with all three guys and wants every hole filled even though she's in her 20's, a virgin AND has never had an orgasm.
-Add a few close calls with the bad guy
-A final Scooby Doo scene where all is revealed
-A final sex scene where all holes are filled!
Ok, ok, in the wicked lovers books, not necessarily all holes were filled because those were usually just menage
This series adds an extra...well, you know.
The narration was bad, bad, bad. The men sound mad instead of sexy or in the throes of passion.
A book like this should push all the right buttons, Sad button, happy button, tension button, slut button... (hee hee)
This only hit the 'rolls eyes' button. Over and over and over again!
This was a big miss for me.
That is all.
someone who likes ridiculous story lines. the premise of the story just wasn't good. i didn't even like the suspense in the novel and it wasn't explained. plus, the older brother was a douche and his excuse for denying himself Hannah was weak.
to many to write down.
It was overly wordy with a round about way in repeating self loathing and self doubt. Why! The concept great but unbelievable in the follow thur.
Donno never made it?
As good as can be with the material provided.
My all time favs are Christine Feehan, Catherine Anderson, and S.E. Smith.
Serena Daniels had a good tone to her voice, I hate a high squeaky voice. And she isn't monotone....lol. The story was kind of bland and anti-climatic at the end, I felt let down a bit. I guess I needed a little more action. I wouldn't listen again, but I liked it well enough that I am glad I bought it.
I can't get enough of this series narrator did a good job. Worth the credit
Excited by 3 but turned off by bondage, domineering and use of word master as in the men are her master. Narrator is awful and uses southern accent for only one bro???
The book has great flow of the storyline and the characters are believable with a strong woman lead. A great bonus was the narrator, she has a silky smooth and smokey voice with beautiful inflections and cadence.
I did not read the print version.
Though this strays from what I would usually choose to listen to, I was interested in seeing what others find intriguing. I enjoyed the idea of one women, three men as far as sexual experiences go, but I think the author tried to turn it into a 'happily ever after'. Instead of making in about the illicit, panty wetting act of steamy group sex, she skimmed over the sensuality and made it warm and fuzzy. Or just safe. The whole virgin thing was a bit silly too. Oh well...not my cup of tea.
The narrator's performance was really good, but I could not connect her older, lustier voice with the 'young, virgin secretary'.
I probably would not suggest this to my friends for the reasons mentioned above.
I absolutely love to read/listen to my books. If the book is hot, I'll read it over and over again. My wish is to meet my favorite authors.
I was enthralled from the very beginning. I cant wait to hear the next books in this series
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