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Publisher's Summary

When roguish playboy Adam Kingsley meets the stunning Tantra instructor Kathryn Delcour, he falls hard. An intense sexual chemistry sizzles between them from their first shared glance to the soul-cleansing Tantra session they experience together. While Adam recovers from injuries after saving Kathryn's life, she instructs him in the sensual practice of Tantra. He becomes her willing student as their tantric lovemaking brings Adam to sexual highs he never dreamed were possible.

But Adam's life takes an unexpected turn when newly exposed secrets surrounding his birth father force him to make a seemingly impossible choice: avenge those he loves and let everything he holds dear crumble around him or allow the guilty to go free. With Kathryn by his side, Adam faces the fight of his life.

©2014 Liv Morris (P)2015 Tantor

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"Liv Morris has crafted a fabulously classic love story." ( The SubClub Books)

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Great Story and Excellent Narration (This man has a sensual, sexy voice!)

This is a must read if you love sensual slow burns with some corporate espionage and well developed characters excellent narrator!

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Not crazy about the ending

The 1st book was okay but the 2nd was lacking towards the end. (spoiler alert) after everything that his far did the only punishment was that his reputation was damaged? yea it may have hurt him financially but didnt indicate he was ruined. Also what happened to Peter's? what he did was illegal but there was no mention if he was caught or not. The thing that was a stretch as well was that he ended up working I Ethiopia????? a person that has been accustomed to living a certain way ends up changed everything about his live uhm not that believable. The ending to my opinion needed to be changed, it was definitely lacking.

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It's what i need

This review is for the first book and this one. The story had everything: mystery, angst, suspense, and romance. It is what I need when I want an escape. The bonus was Christian Fox. He did a fantastic job reading this story. The author is new to me and I will look for her future books. I highly recommend!

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A quick and entertaining sequel!

Would you consider the audio edition of Adam's Fall to be better than the print version?

Slightly so, yes. I only got to skim my e-book copy briefly, but I loved that Christian Fox returned to narrate this sequel.

What was one of the most memorable moments of Adam's Fall?

The Thorpe, Peters and Adam confrontation scene was a doozy even though I had my suspicions about a certain villain’s involvement. I felt awful for Adam and how he suffered from his fear over Kathryn being hurt again and the future of his company.

What does Christian Fox bring to the story that you wouldn’t experience if you just read the book?

I think he made the main characters as well as the supporting characters come to life in a more distinct manner for me personally.

Was this a book you wanted to listen to all in one sitting?

Yep, even though I never have time to do that. This sequel had great pacing and plenty of enlightening tantric and non-tantric sexy scenes.

Any additional comments?

I wish the novella, Temptation (Touch of Tantra #1.5), was also available in audiobook format, boo! I can bump up a novel a lot sooner if I have it in the audiobook format. Fortunately, I do own the bundled e-book set as well, so I'll be going back to read Temptation soon.

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Boring..SNOOZE

WOW not in a good way! Not the HEA I expected. I wouldn't call it a HEA at all! I just didnt feel the connection between H/H. i just cant figure out where the love began. The herioan comes off as pretentious & the Hero is far too arrogant with no redeeming qualities.
The writing was mediocre & juvenile at best. there were far too many fillers. there are Parts in the book that you're going to wonder what was that all about... what was the point of all that.
IMO its not worth a credit..not even on sale..
there aren't any tortured souls in here and no demons not to me at least . I was just not empathetic to anyone's plight. if you choose to read it good luck but I would not recommend this book to anyone. I just don't get all the ratings. it was truly boring.

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  • 02-01-20

She should've cored and sliced him

Book 1 was filled with such a tantalizing promise and premise, and reaches a satisfactory point albeit with an attempted assassination; it is so unsatisfying that the author in Book 2 steps back from a true foray into tantra to become just another book about a sexual relationship, with copiously described beddings which become tedious. And she changes from a strong independent teacher to a treacly sweet acolyte and odalisque. What spoils the book more is the horrible picture on the front which overrides ones own imagination of how "Adam" should look, and when set against his behaviours just makes the book hard to take. Perhaps an alternative title should be Apple Crumble?

Such a disappointment, only made bearable by the fabulous narration of Christian Fox.