One girl. Twin brothers. An uncommon triangle.
When college student Olivia Townsend returned home to help her father run his business, she never imagined a complication like Cash and Nash Davenport - twin brothers different in so many ways but with one thing in common: an uncontrollable desire for Olivia.
Cash is dangerous, sexy, and bad to the bone - a man whose kisses make Olivia forget she is playing with fire. Nash is successful, reliable, and intensely passionate - and already taken. But all it takes is one soft stroke to make Olivia forget he belongs to someone else.
However, Olivia is in for a surprise. These boys have a secret that should make her run away as far and as fast as she can. If only it wasn’t too late. A sensual game between three players has begun, and it’s about to spin deliriously out of control.
©2013 Brilliance Audio, Inc.; 2013 M. Leighton
"Takes readers on a wild ride." (A Life Bound By Books)
"Down to You...will steam you up and have you guessing until the very last page." (The Bookish Babe)
"Prepare yourself to be blown away." (My Keeper Shelf)
I gave this four stars because Olivia was making me mad. She didnt know what she wanted. But she figured it out. I like how the story went along. I liked the characters for the most part. I loved how the twins ended up being one person. I thought that was hilarious. I will be reading the next book.
The hot scenes were great, but the characters are flat and redundant. What irked me most was that they are depicted as these saints/martyrs but do some reprehensible things to the cousin, who might be the most interesting character of all. I'm drawn into book two for cliff hanger. Narration saved this for me.
It's not that the narrators were bad, it's just that the choices of whoever directed this audio book I beliee, made not so good production decisions. Imagine the voice of a young, early twenties character in the book sounding like an older, seasoned actor over fifty. It doesn't mean the narrator has to be old but at least they can sound younger. Also think of a book narrated in first person by each actor playing their role, male and female. Then when the narration turns to the woman's point of view, that same woman narrates the male character, you know the one in his early twenties who sounds over fifty, in a lower octive voice. If this sounds confusing, so was the narration and performance.
A note to the author, please make sure you listen to who narrates your book. It truly makes a difference. Because of the confusing narration in two, make that three voices, I couldn't finish what was probably a good book. Maybe, I"ll read it, maybe.
No, kind of a romance with a twist but not really believable
A voice to the imagination
Would listen to a sequel though as it did leave you hanging
Hi! I'm a Math Teacher who has always loved Books with a mysterious, scientific, or other-worldly flare! Time travelers are also fun!
A good "take your mind off the world" read.
Tried the second one but only listened intermittently with other more substanative books.
The female reader's cadence made the female star sound a little ditzy, at best.
It struck me more as an R-Rated version of "50 Shades."
The book is great as a light read. Sometimes it's just what you need!
I didn't particularly like the book and haven't finished it.
I suppose if you like stories that are just this side of pornography then you would really like the book.
I can't really say.
Yes, to stop listening to it.
I ordered these books because I thought they were Crime Drama. My mistake. This is why I haven't downloaded the other books in the series.
The female voice.
Yes. I liked the story, but felt the voices didn't do it justice.
The female's voice was so annoying - weird intonations, word pronunciation, and staccato reading was very distracting. It was not smooth and flowing. Half a sentence was read at one pace and the other was rushed through to the point you couldn't understand it. The guy's voice was o.k., but I don't think it captured the tone of the male character.
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