Jasmine St. Paul loves the bayou. Ever since she was a little girl, she comes here to escape daily life, to have some time alone. She's also heard tales of a strange sort of wolf prowling the swamps, looking for victims. Jasmine always thought they were just silly tales meant to scare children…until now. When she hears feet crashing through the undergrowth behind her, Jasmine runs, but there's no hope of escape. Trapped and surrounded under the light of the full moon, she gives herself up to be Claimed Before Dawn.
Warning: This sizzling erotic tale features ultra-masculine werewolves, an ancient prophecy come true, an extremely explicit and extremely rough four-werewolf-one-woman gangbang, penetration in all three holes, deep-throating, and five mind-blowing finishes. If you choose to journey into the night with Jasmine, you're sure to leave satisfied!
Boring plot and only one sex scene which sucked! The plot was unbelievable and unbearable.
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What would have made Claimed Before Dawn better?
Make it smoother with more back ground information. The flow was choppy and confusing.
Would you ever listen to anything by Francis Ashe again?
I did actually buy two other books and was not anymore impressed with them. If the auther were to ask me to listen to a new book for review I would. I like the ideas she has and I believe with more time she would be a great writer.
What didn’t you like about Liz Levine’s performance?
The audio was choppy however I am not sure it was the commentator's fault. I did have plenty of mic drops that I could hear.
What character would you cut from Claimed Before Dawn?
I don't feel that I would drop any character. I would want the different ones explained and defined in better detail.
Any additional comments?
Keep trying because I can see the talent. You need to keep working on your delivery.
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