My name is Charlotte, and I have a special gift: I talk to the dead. Make no mistake, I can't summon them. I'm able only to see and speak to the spirits that linger when they're unable to cross over. They're somehow weighted to the world with unfinished affairs. And for the last six years, I've relentlessly used my gift to help their lost souls. But it's come at a price. My life is dark. Feeling despondent, I've begun to give up. And in helping the dead, I've realized I haven't allowed myself to live.
I chose this based on Audible recommendation in the RP. What a pleasant surprise! Great narration, even better non-traditional story. I only wish there were more of this authors work available on audio.
I fired off a storm of raunchy text messages...to the wrong number. And he replied. Him: Show me a picture. Him: Tell me your name. Why does the lure of anonymity have me craving to indulge a stranger?
I literally laughed out loud to this. Really liked Adam and Dani...good story, sex scenes were fiery hot. Ava and Jacob Morgan were stellar!
I had 2 minor gripes. To give Dani a best friend named Andi was confusing at times. Also the later chapters and epilogue switches POV from the main characters. Unique, but again...confusing. At least for me. 5 overall stars.
MMA middleweight world champion Jackson "Jax" Malone is arrested and charged with a brutal rape. Newly admitted attorney Page Davenport , eager to get out from her lawyer father's thumb, is selected to represent Jax in the courtroom. Page and Jax struggle to work together, engaging in a knockdown drag-out fight for dominance. When they finally stop taking swings at each other, they're both surprised to realize that sometimes first impressions are completely wrong. In fact, opposites really do seem to attract.
So I have to admit, I wouldn't have normally chosen this book for myself. I chose it simply in support of the authors and a certain word that another author is trying lay claim on. That said, this was a a really great story. I thought Aaron Sherlock was really good, although I think I would've preferred a dual narration with a female acting Paige's parts. Well done, and going to get Jude's book now.
She's forbidden. I'm her doctor. She's my patient, my only patient. She's alone and in trouble. From the moment I see her, I know she's special. As a resident, I've spent years living and breathing hospital life. Then she comes into my ER, and my need to help her is all consuming despite the consequences. Even knowing I could lose everything I've worked for, I can't stay away. How far will I go to protect her?
Standing ovation to Samantha Christy for yet another great book and series. This book was the exclamation point for me! Erin Mallon was great as always, but Jason Clarke I lack a word a word for. Stupendous? I thought it was very best work. The entire way through the hospital and/ot Kyle's part of the book...I was glued to my earbuds. Extremely well written. I could visualize everything. I do feel it was a tiny bit anti-climactic, but maybe it's because I just didn't want it to end. 5 Stars!
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We were childhood friends, me and the boy who would grow up to become Hollywood's hottest star. When I was six, I fell for him at the bus stop. When I was 15, he moved away, taking my heart with him. When I was 24, he came back for me, even though I didn't want him. The nine years we spent apart, I tried like hell to fill the void. Apparently, so did he. Instead of being addicted to me, he became addicted to women, drugs, and money.
Another excellent listen! Samantha Christy has basically become a must listen for me. Erin and Jason great as always.
If I had one critique it would be that the mystery element in this book was introduced really late into it, was obvious and I feel was rather unnecessary in general.
Looking forward to more.
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An actress since she was 14 years old, Paige Lockwood finds herself craving a little normalcy after a scandal rocks her otherwise predictable world. With everyone in her life attempting to control her, she takes matters into her own hands and leaves town without so much as a plan or a destination.
Loved the story. My reasons for 4.9 stars is the fact Jason Clarke didn't even bother with attempting a Louisiana accent. Plus, Jason pronounced the exes name as Bree-na (long E) and Erin Mallon pronounced it as Bre-nna (short E). I have no idea which one was correct...but you'd think this would be something that would be checked on/discussed beforehand. It was a little distracting. As I said though, great story. Those minor things aside.
Weston King knows how to play. But wild nights and owning an extensive collection of women's panties don't carry the thrill they once did, so when his business partner, Donovan, suggests an outrageous plan to allow them to take over their competition, Wes takes him up on the offer. The crazy idea? Marry the competitor.
While listening to this I kept thinking I've heard this story a thousand times already. Names and careers have changed...but story is about as original as the title would suggest. Struggled to finish it.
Seasoned erotica authors explore the pleasures of every imaginable strategy for indulging in this popular but still taboo sexual activity. With feather-light foreplay, tickling, teasing, and more, Luscious is a reminder that dirty is not only not a bad word, it can also make what happens bent over a Harley, on the Appalachian trail, or in an anal sex classroom some of the kinky locales in this collection irresistibly arousing.
Disappointed with the production...multiple skips and repeats. Also, I don't know if I've ever heard a less inspired narrator. Could've saved some money and had a robot voice read it. That said...there are some very hot stories here.
It's been 10 years since I've seen him. Ten years. I have no idea what he's doing, where he's been, or if he's even still single. Have I thought about him over the years? Of course. Absolutely. But that doesn't mean anything, right? Just because you think about the boy you used to be in love with doesn't mean you're still in love with him now. Does it?
I have no clue how this one eluded me for so long. Excellent, sweet as molasses story and expertly narrated. Highly recommend. 5 stars!
Life hasn't been easy for Charlie. Her mother was a monster. And when Charlie left home, there wasn't always a warm bed, food, or a hot shower. She figured out how to get by on her looks. When her mother dies and she comes home to put that part of her life behind her, she finds the diary. It fills her with rage. She's out for revenge. But along the way she meets him. Ethan DOES play by the rules. And at the top of his list is "Don't get involved with clients." Will he break his rules for Charlie?
I'm giving this 4 stars because it took a frustratingly long time to develop in my opinion. There were elements that were a little difficult to swallow in this day and age of the "Me Too" movement. A couple loose ends as well...but those might get tied up in future books of the series.
Once it finally got going it redeemed itself quickly. It was a sweet story, overall. Erin does a superb job as always, and I'm really hoping to see/hear more from Jason Clarke. Superb job as well.
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