If you loved Fifty Shades of Grey...get ready to taste Forbidden Fruit.
For university professor Mia Rose Curry, it was all academic: her course in alternative sexuality was a safe, socially acceptable way for her to talk about the things she desired most - but had never let herself experience. And while students crammed into her class to learn about fetishes, bondage, voyeurism, and much more, Mia kept her own raging desires, and her most private fantasies, carefully under wraps...until one man dared to make her secret passions a brazen reality.
Jagger James is everything Mia wants, and everything taboo: he’s gorgeous, daring - and a student. Yet Mia can’t help imagining his hands, his lips, his skin...all the while drawing closer and closer to this forbidden fruit. She soon discovers how much Jagger wants her, demanding that she abandon every inhibition with him. Now they are about to take a dangerous step, tempting each other’s flesh, savoring every touch and breaking every rule - knowing that this dazzling sensual feast is only a taste of something more to come....
©2013 Eden Bradley (P)2013 Random House Audio
I've always been a avid reader so now I'm a avid listener. I prefer the paranormal genre but I do like to switch things up. It's boring if you don't have variety. Of course I do love the romance and the hotter the better. Also, you can't beat a good thriller filled with suspense and a ending you can't even guess at until the very end.
I tried to give this one a chance but I have to admit the last two hours I had to double the speed. First of all the story combines another couple that takes just as much of the story as the main characters. It jumps from one to the other so you have to pay close attention or you'll lose track of who's having the conversation or sexual encounter. The story is boring, even though there's plenty of sexual content. In my opinion it's not worth your credit and I wouldn't buy it on sale either.
Not really. This book had a lot of just filler stuff.
To finally find out what past secrets has haunted and changed these people into who they are now.
This book was listed along with beside those that if you liked FSoG then you'll love this book. Well I beg to differ. The similarities are few.
Use your credit or cash more wisely. Overall once you reach the end of the book and reflect on the story it was ok. Just ok. It moves slow in a lot of places and Mia Rose's character needs a therapist.
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