Erotic, witty, and well written, this is lesbian fiction of the highest order, which is read sensually and expertly by actress and writer Ingrid Pitt.
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It's hard to describe this book. The writing style is very disjointed in my opinion, and the storyline jumps all over the place. Obviously this is what the author intended, but it made things very difficult to follow when done in an audio format. I'm not saying "don't buy it", I'm saying to be aware of this, because some people (such as moi!) have difficulty following this style of writing.
Welcome to our group Dakota; welcome to my life Summer, you've made it so much better. Give back to our wounded warriors who gave so much.
A reader without a thick European accent.
Yes, I think I would give a work of Regine Sands another shot.
The narrator was a huge detraction. I found it very difficult to follow the story because of it.
Yes. I believe that the text might have been quite good. Or at least very stimulating.
I would suggest that a different reader might have made this work much more appealing.
OK, this is a great sexy read and VERY sexy when it is whispered into your ear as an audiobook
BUT the "heroine" is from Lubbock, Texas and the reader's accent is all wrong. The site's description says that this "is read sensually and expertly by actress and writer Ingrid Pitt." I guess that Ingrid is German - that's 500 miles from Lubbock Texas and makes the book sound as if it's about a girl from Dusseldorf or Dresden
So only 4 stars
I found the story quite enjoyable but the Narrator's accent mismatched to the character, and at times spoilt the atmosphere.
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