Gia Marie Giselli's boyfriend wanted to share her with his business partner, and she refused. She leaves New York the moment she gets a chance and heads to Houston, Texas. With the help of her cousin, Teddy, who's a detective there, she finds a new home and tries to put her past behind her.
The storyline romance is a good one but undermined by a bad narrator. I would recommend the kindle version instead. The story is a steamy HEA with military heroes. Perhaps for future books of Dwyer the publisher will hire a better reader to do the book justice.
They’re in my dreams, every single night. Thanks to my new job, I’m now living next door to the two hottest cops on earth! But life has never been kind to me, and I was naive to think that it would be different now. Despite my undeniable attraction to them, both of them, I have to do whatever it takes to protect my baby brother, the only family I have left. Even if that means staying away from the two men I want the most....
Story fell short on both near ration and seamless storyline. With Audible format the narrator’s voice or ability to project different characters is key. Unfortunately this narrator did not do a great job in conveying the story well. The story itself seems choppy at times a bit rushed even though it had a good premise. Not the best one of a ménage romance that I have read.
Ten seconds. That’s how long it took for me to decide that this early morning diner waitress was going to be the next lucky girl to hop onto my princely d*ck. Yeah, I was hungover as f*ck and still wearing last night’s tuxedo, but that’s never exactly been a problem. Most of the time I don’t even have to ask. His Royal Hardness has a reputation that precedes the rest of me, though not by much - and girls from all over the kingdom and just dying for a ride. Not her. This girl runs away, and I’m left standing there like an *sshole.
You can never go wrong with a Cinderella story unless you have for female narration. The mail narrator was great as a princess but I could not get past the acting of the female narrator. The story is typical Cinderella and it is enjoyable but they need to reconsider using the voice actress. Too Whitney.
If you've never saddled up with a few Vanessa Vale cowboys, now is your chance! Welcome to Steele Ranch, where the men are hot, dominant, and know what they want. For Cord Connolly and Riley Jamison, that's sexy and sinfully sweet Kady Parks. The Philadelphia schoolteacher discovers she's the heir - along with half-sisters she didn't know existed - to the Steele fortune, including a real-life cattle ranch. Instead of spending her summer break at home, she's in Barlow, Montana. And the West is as wild as she imagined.
Though I was happy Vanessa Vale continued her Bridgewater series into the modern era, I believe this first book to this series will be better than the modern Bridgewater series. The story is compact but full of character development as well as steamy.
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Doaa Al Zamel was once an average Syrian girl growing up in a crowded house in a bustling city near the Jordanian border. But in 2011 her life was upended. Inspired by the events of the Arab Spring, Syrians began to stand up against their own oppressive regime. When the army was sent to take control of Doaa's hometown, strict curfews, power outages, water shortages, air raids, and violence disrupted everyday life.
This is a story that will capture your attention and not let you go even after it concludes. I hated every time I had to put it down. Excellent relevant read.
When Tiffani is mated to an Atlan warrior believed lost to mating fever, she will stop at nothing to save him, including sneaking into an Atlan prison to seduce his beast.... Sick and tired of the dead-end path her life is taking, Tiffani Wilson heads to the nearest interstellar bride processing center to start over. She's promised an amazing mate, an Atlan warlord who will not only relish her plus-sized body, but heal her lonely heart.
This romance is sweet and sexy. Good male character and nicely paced story. The female character is the first one that readers can identify as 'plus size' in this series. Love it! She's likeable, funny, and sweet. However, she is very insecure to the point of neurotic and at times it is tedious to hear the character's endless negative thoughts. This trait undermines the strength she portrays throughout the story. Is this the best love story in the series? No, but it does bring back another great couple from Book 5 that are a nice foil to these lovers.
Amanda Bryant has been a spy for five long years, but when aliens suddenly appear claiming a deadly enemy threatens Earth's very survival, Amanda is asked by her superiors to accept the most dangerous mission of her life...volunteer to be an alien's bride, to share the strange warrior's bed, and then betray him. Accepting the assignment, Amanda is processed as the first Interstellar Bride and transported halfway across the galaxy to her new mate's battleship where she awakens to discover she has been matched to not just one huge Prillon warrior, but two. Shocked by her craving for the touch of two dominant alpha males, Amanda attempts to hide her body's immediate reaction to Commander Grigg and his second, Rav. Resistance is futile as her new mates expect to control every aspect of her life.
I am truly enjoying this series and hope that Audible will be able to release Book 4 since this is the 3rd time readers of this series revisit this alien race. The narration by both Audrey Conway and BJ Pottsworth, as always, solid and sexy. Only drawback to this storyline is that it seems to be a prequel for the Interstellar Bride Series. In books 1 and 2, the program has been functioning for some time and this timeline has the aliens making first contact with earth. The reader needs to fill in the blanks by themselves with information given throughout the story. It's an enjoyable quick read that keeps one waiting for the next audible installment of the series.
After two of her brothers are killed in battle with the relentless alien menace that threatens the entire Interstellar Coalition, Sarah Mills volunteers to join the fight in an effort to bring home her last surviving brother. When she is mistakenly processed as a bride rather than a soldier, however, she rejects the match. But her mate has other ideas....
Grace Goodwin did it again, and this time she included a lot more action with her sultry love scenes. Really liked both female and male characters, along with the quick banter between them. Easy enjoyable read/listen. Audrey Conway and BJ Pottsworth continue to give solid good performances for this series. I enjoy hearing the passion they bring to the characters and the varied voices to represent supporting characters in this books and the others in the series. Again, this story is spirited, sexy, and at times sentimental.
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On the planet of Paradise, in the not-so-distant future, women rule and men are slaves. But three male astronauts and their three sisters are going to shake things up! Being injured and held captive isn't what astronaut Joe Hero had in mind when he agreed to explore a newly discovered planet for NASA. But a man would have to be dead not to fall for the sexy female doctor in charge of his care. One night of scorching passion in the arms of the stranger from another planet is enough to convince Annie that there's much more to males than she's been taught. Who is this sexy hunk and why does she feel like welcoming him into her bed every chance she gets?
Overall, the story fell flat. It had potential to be a decent SciFi romance but it was not a compelling enough storyline. Trying to tie in sexy moments with action seemed awkward and confrontations didn't have the build up to make it believable. The narrator did a nice job but this story is a very pale attempt to blend steamy romance with shades of Logan's Run and a Brave New World.
My dad needs me to cool it for a bit. With conservative investors in town wanting to buy his flagship Fifth Avenue jewelry store, he needs me not only to zip it up, but to look the part of the committed guy. Fine. I can do this for Dad. After all, I've got him to thank for the family jewels. So I ask my best friend and business partner to be my fiancée for the next week. Charlotte's up for it. She has her own reasons for saying yes to wearing this big rock.
Let me say upfront that Sebastian York, as always, delivered a great performance. However, not even his sexy-as-sin voice could save this story from being a predictable bore. I've read and enjoyed other Lauren Blakely romances but this is not one of her better ones. I felt as though I was listening to a Lifetime Channel movie. Blakely's writing was lazy and trite. However, if you want fluffy, so-sweet-it-hurts-your-teeth romance, this is the book.
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