A small-town boy moving into the big city is a dream come true for shy teacher Remy Carlson. Dreams are good until reality rams its ugly head. Barely able to make rent, Remy believes it's too good to be true when he's offered a tutoring job by the city's most eligible billionaire bachelor and alpha werewolf, Ethan Drake.
Remy swears to keep to his professional boundaries. He adores Ethan's daughter and couldn't imagine a more perfect job. But after growing up stifling his dark desires, Remy longs for something different. Handsome and enigmatic, demanding and domineering, Ethan might be the one man Remy has been looking for.
Intrigued by the quiet and reserved tutor he hired for his daughter, Ethan finds that his wolf wants to mate Remy badly, regardless of the consequences. Barriers come down during a single unforgettable night of pleasure, especially when Ethan discovers Remy's natural gift of submission. He knows his dark brand of love is what Remy has been searching for all his life, but Ethan has secrets of his own. Can Remy trust him with ultimate surrender?
About the author: Felicia Fern works as a graphic designer during the day and loves penning erotic romance at night.
©2015 Fel Fern (P)2015 Fel Fern
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This is a cautionary review.
As a fellow audio book lover, I implore you, DO NOT pay for this audio. Do not even THINK about listening to this audio. You need to RUN away from this audio. In fact, Audible needs to REMOVE this audio... immediately.
Lets be clear, the book wasn't fantastic to begin with, but listening to Trevor Clinger was excruciating.He gave me a migraine. I couldn't even finish the book. It was awful, and I mean awful. I would rather go to the dentist for three root canals, than be forced to listen to anything else he narrates.
I listen to a LOT of audio books, and some narrators drone on and on in a monotone, but this narrator wasn't just flat, he made every scene more painful than the last!The narrator pauses after EACH word. EACH word!! I don't know how he didn't hyperventilate!! I'm starting to have a panic attack just thinking about what I endured while trying to finish this audio.
Here's a sample of the narrator's style:
"Ethan *pause* knew *pause* Remy *pause* was *pause* special *pause* as *pause* soon *pause* as *pause* he *pause* met *pause* him *pause*."
It was probably painful just reading his words. Trust me, his audio is a thousand times worse.Honestly, it's low price is not worth the pain you will suffer while listening. I think his narrating will haunt me for the rest of my life.My goal is to spare you the pain.
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