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Her Russian Billionaire
- By: Theodora Taylor
- Narrated by: Clementine Dove
- Length: 5 hrs and 19 mins
Russian ogliarch Alexei Rustanov wants nothing more than to leave his past behind, including the sexy and sassy Texas beauty, Eva St. James, who so callously broke his heart back when he was a poor grad student. But when he runs into her at a wedding eight years after their tumultuous break-up, passions ignite and Alexei decides he will settle for nothing less than red-hot, dirty, and oh-so-erotic revenge. Can he have his Eva and get his revenge, too - without losing his heart again?
BRAVO 2 this bwwm love erotic suspend story
- By KGLP host/producer & traveling therapist. on 03-26-17
Alexi and Eva "You can't hold us"
Theodora Taylor is easily one my favorite authors. She is one I can always depend on to deliver a good story with depth as well as passion. Obviously, she did not disappoint with Her Russian Billionaire. The tumultuous story that is Alexi and Eva has been in my arsenal for quite some time now and I have read it several times. So when I heard that this story was being released in audio format, I about lost my mind! Why? Because who doesn’t want to get stuff done around the house like laundry and dishes to the soundtrack of Lexi and Eva.
I will not go into detail about this book on the off chance that you have been under a rock and do not know the story of Lexi and Eva. However, I will tell you that there was good character development in all the characters, not just the main. But this is not one of those books where you’re being thrown 40 characters either. I hate those books and Theodora does not do that to her readers. When she introduces a character, you learn to appreciate them and their part of the story line because she doesn’t just throw them in there. There was a good amount of drama but not over the top, unbelievable, Jerry Springer style. The sex was haute and Alexi is that dude. This was just an all-around great story. And Clementine, the narrator, did a great job of portraying the characters.
I’m sure Theodora is going in the order of her 50 States series, but I really hope she does Her Viking Wolf next. Fenris is my husband in my mind.
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- The Wicked Horse Series, Book 1
- By: Sawyer Bennett
- Narrated by: Kirsten Leigh, Lee Samuels
- Length: 8 hrs and 14 mins
Never in your wildest dreams could you begin to imagine all the filthy and depraved things that go on inside The Wicked Horse. Step inside, and Woolf Jennings will make every one of your dirty fantasies come true. He's covered in a facade of deception. An enticing blend of multimillionaire and hot-as-hell Wyoming rancher. Those who think they know Woolf Jennings admire his abilities to preside as CEO of his family's cattle and oil empire. Only a few know of his secret, exclusive sex club, The Wicked Horse.
Not a typical sex club book
- By NEW NAME on 10-14-16
Great balance between erotica and story
Would you recommend this audiobook to a friend? If so, why?
I would most certainly recommend this audibook to a friend. Kirsten and Lee Samuels did an amazing job of bringing these characters to life. Kristen's voice is so smooth and subtle that I almost forgot that I wasn't the heroine in this story. Lee's voice just made me want to climb him like a tree, forgetting that he's just the narrator. Amazing.
Who was your favorite character and why?
Of course Woolf was my favorite character, he was complex enough without being a closed off jerk. Sweet Callie Hayes did not have to dig too deep to uncover his turmoil. Where can I find a man like Woolf?
What about Kirsten Leigh and Lee Samuels ’s performance did you like?
I just loved how good they were in portraying these characters. It's often difficult to portray and alpha male without sounding like a growling dog. It is also difficult to portray a sweet girl without sounding like a helpless, whimpering weakling. Kirsten nor Lee had those problems.
Did you have an extreme reaction to this book? Did it make you laugh or cry?
I can't say anything was sad enough in this book to want to cry, but there were funny parts especially involving Woolf's friend Bridger (not sure if that's the correct spelling). I only wanted to slap Callie once in this entire book and I can't tell what part of the book that was because I refuse to spoil this great story.
Any additional comments?
Additional comments? How do I put this? Basically, I have never given a review for an audible book before. That should speak for itself.
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