How far can a true submissive romance go? Abby and Nathaniel push their limits as the New York Times best-selling Submissive Series continues....
She's ready for even more....
When Abby West discovered her submissive desires, she felt like she was born anew. But lately her Dominant husband hasn't been the demanding Master who once fulfilled her every passion. Abby begins to crave something else - and to wonder if Nathaniel can still push her past her boundaries to the places she craves.
Nathaniel knows that Abby belongs to him completely, but even he can't ignore the pleasure on her face as they get to know their new BDSM group. They've invited Nathaniel to guide their group to a new level, and he's promised to show them the way, even as he recommits to fulfilling his beautiful submissive wife's every desire. Only this time, uncovering her sexual limits may also expose their relationship to more conflict than it can withstand....
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I liked the whole story but I really didn't like the man reading as Nathaniel. The man sounded too old and creepy. Wish the other voice from the Dominant was in this book. Other than that good book. I just won't listen to it again
I must say again, her writings are as good as Fifty Shades which I L O V E! It would be GREAT if there was a series Late Night. The ones they have on now are CRAP!!!!
Struggled through it because of the male narrator.
The female narrator was very good.
I miss the narrator that voiced Nathaniel in the previous books. Jack Cave doesn't sound like Nathaniel at ALL. I used to get hot and flustered at William Sharpe's depiction of Nathaniel's voice. But Cave's version is SUPER annoying. It makes Nathaniel sound like an old man from England. Why does he suddenly have an accent? Where did this accent come from? It's so inconsistent. I find myself rolling my eyes and cringing through the chapters that he reads, but I want to hear how the story turns out. And the voice he uses to voice Abigail's voice? OMG. It's even worse. It makes her sound like a very old drag queen with a voice even deeper than his is. It's so distracting. I probably should have just stuck with the original trilogy. The story is good, though. I would probably love it if somebody else was voicing Nathaniel. Somebody who sounds American, and younger, and hot.
That being said, I think Cave would do an excellent job at reading Harry Potter books, or Shakespeare. His voice isn't BAD, it's a good voice. But it is NOT Nathaniel. Maybe Nathaniel's grandfather who lives in England, if he had one... but not Nathaniel.
The female narrator was very good, and believable as Abby.
No, because I had trouble with the male narrator. I needed breaks from it.
This is a good follow up in this series. It demonstrates that if a Dom can screw up, and try to force his sub to give a stranger a blow job it can almost ruin the best Dom -sub relationship.
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