Charlotte Brand is tired of dull boyfriends and boring sex. Kingsley Edge, who owns clubs rumored to supply more than just cocktails, seems just the man to revive her: intense, sophisticated... and looking for a submissive he can train for an elite client.
Charlotte is seduced by the offer... and by Kingsley himself. Soon they are engaged in a series of lessons that test her darkest desires. But when their training is over, will Charlotte be ready to let him go?
©2012 Tiffany Reisz (P)2012 Audible, Inc.
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I have to tell you that I did enjoy this story. Who doesn't love a submissive "coming out" story? I know I do. However, I was deeply dissapointed in not finding out who Charlie's 'client' was... am I to assume KING was the man?
I didn't know that this was a prequel to a series. I wish Audible had placed that bit of info with the title. If I had known, I would have read it AFTER the 3 books in the series.
As it stands, I was entertained. I thought Montana Chases' voice was plesant enough. Altough she has a HORRENDOUS French accent that left me cringing at times.
I'd like to think that Charlie continues to enjoy her submissive lifestyle, but since the end came so fast and didn't give me an answer, I'm left annoyed.
I sincerely hope the series books don't end like this...
Make no mistake between my personality and my attitude. My personality is who I am, my attitude depends on who you are.........
Well it's very obvious that Miss Reisz wants to make sure I die a slow death!!!!
With the ending of The Prince and the next book not in sight; this book gave me an hour and half of some relief to be back in the story.
The narrator was very good as well, good choice!!!
This is a short story that seems to take place before "The Siren". A very exciting listen. Very hot. Kingsley is sex!
Audible please bring "Little Red Riding Crop" and "Seven Day Loan" to the Audible collection -- while we wait for the 4th book in the series "The Mistress".
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I like to listen when I drive, so yes
This was an ok listen.
I liked the premise...sort of 50 shades (ish) - decent characters
Yes...the narration was good - not the best...not the worst
It was good for what it was...it's not something I'll go back to again and again
If you are looking for some "ear candy", this one will fit the bill. It's a "middle of the pack" kind of book.
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