Wild, hot, addictive sex….
After seeing one too many patients die regretting the things they haven’t done, nurse Lucy Seymour realizes she’s been making the same mistake. So when Robbie, the sexy golf instructor, makes his move, she responds with uninhibited passion, telling him there’s nothing she won’t try. Long sessions of foreplay lead to thrills and fantasy fulfillment…until Lucy sees Daniel, the greenkeeper, watching them. Watching her. And then Daniel does more than just watch…he joins them.
Can it lead to love?
Lucy might be exploring all of her secret fantasies, but her reality is that she’s a one-man woman…and for her, that man is Daniel. But what does Daniel really want? Lucy or the fantasy?
©2010 Cathryn Brunet (P)2010 Audible, Inc.
Basically set at a Golf Club (well mainly it's bushes to be more exact) the Club Instructor Robbie and Lucy happily play golf but find the game of anything goes in carnal pleasures more enjoyable than playing golf - until they're observed then joined by the Groundsman Daniel.
Very explicit and hot yet it has it's thought provoking, tender moments when the game for 3 becomes a game for 2 as only one of the men captures her heart and he's playing to win.
Worth a credit? I bought it on sale and would suggest, if the sale's not on, putting it in you Wish List and wait for another sale as there's (in my opinion) better, more credit worthy books out there.
wow...the scenes are great and very believable...and the story line is really good...I never would have expected the ending...it had me till the end...it even made me cry...I really enjoyed it
The narrator...her accent was TOO strong for this American. I was able to adapt as I got used to it.
I really liked it.q
I LOVE accents, a performer with a bit less would have made it an easier listen.
Read more 'trashy' books!
The book is mostly about very graphic sexual content. The story of the threesome relationship as it evolved kept my interest. I loved Dan's grandmother too!
Someone who is looking for a really bad romance.
The entire premise of the story was so far fetched & the main character so pathetic I can't believe I even listened to the entire book. I kept hoping it would get better!
Not having a narrator with such a broad Australian accent. I am a Kiwi & used to an Australian accent but this narrator was awful.
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