Jasper Bond turns (female) heads wherever he goes. He can’t dance, isn’t known for his restraint, and his blood heats whenever he’s near his latest employer, the unwittingly sexy Eliza Martin. She insists no one will believe an intellectual like her could be seduced by a man of action like Jasper, but the combination of his desire and her mystery makes the case one he can’t resist. Client satisfaction is a point of pride and it’s his pleasure to prove he’s just the man she needs after all....
©2013 Sylvia Day (P)2013 Brilliance Audio, Inc.
"Bared to You obliterates the competition…unique and unforgettable." (Joyfully Reviewed)
"The undisputed mistress of tender, erotic romance." (Teresa Medeiros)
"A flawless blend of captivating characters, clever plotting, and searing sensuality." (Booklist on Pride and Pleasure)
Well Sylvia Day delivers another cleverly and skilfully written romance containing likeable characters which were all brought to life by the talented voice of Justine Eyre and jointly they will mentally transport you back in time to Regency England where you will find a rewarding and enjoyable listen awaiting you.
Right from their first meeting the all too handsome Thief-taker Jasper knew he had to have the wealthy heiress Eliza who was contemplating employing him on a secret mission, but he didn't want her money - he wanted her mind and body, but she thought he was just too everything.... too handsome, too charismatic, too sexy etc. Eliza therefore was reluctant to employ him - so, for Jasper, the challenge was set and he planned to woo and win her and his weapon of choice was of course.... seduction. However, during the task of finding out the who and why someone wanted to either scare or even kill her the couple became obsessed with each other and could no longer deny their fevered passions which resulted in some nice sexy, yet tender, love scenes.
There's passion, romance, sexual chemistry, likeable main H/H who are joined by a good supporting cast as well as an interesting plot that had hidden agendas, secrets, mysteries, murder, surprises, but mainly faith, trust and love won the day and when they were joined by truth then there could only be one outcome - and one we all love - a happily ever after.
Worth a credit? I would have happily spent a credit and not have been disappointed at all but as this was under $10 I bought it and saved the credit for my next more expensive listen.
Say something about yourself!
I think I will have to try to book instead of the audiobook for this one, I can't stand the strong "British " accent it's too distracting
Intrigue, Lust and Passion!
Eliza, her struggle with her passions, trying to rationalize feelings is all the more rewarding when she gives in.
Yes, Justine Eyre's performance of Regency romances and erotica is wonderful. Her voice lends well to the language of the time.
Reason or Passion, which is stronger.
Yes, the characters were interesting and unpredictable.
I usually agree with other comments posted in mass, but I thought the performance of the reader was great. I love her accent, fitting for the time period of the piece.
Horrible narration, couldn't follow the story line, disappointed since Sylvia Day is an excellent author!
I couldn't get that far. I made it 15 minutes and was so lost I couldn't continue.
did not like the narrator at all!
the story maybe good but hard to tell because of the narrator
the voice of the narrator made it hard to enjoy the book/story
Say something about yourself!
the narrator, the story, well, just about everything
yes, and won't be getting another Sylvia Day book. This was my first and my last
no, her nasal tone when doing the man voices drove me up the wall.
Still going to try to finish this book, but it is really going to be a struggle. Trite story line and same ole, same ole characters...... blah blah blah
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