Life was going well for psychologist Alexandra Blake. Her career has taken off and she has been exploring her darkest sexual fantasies with her lover Jeremy Quinn. But her bliss is rudely interrupted when she is abducted in London, caught up in a dangerous struggle between unscrupulous corporations. Her captors want her to help them with their sexual experiments – pushing the boundaries of convention in the search for a drug to stimulate the female libido. But at what cost? How far will Alexandra be willing to go to satisfy her curiosity, both professional and personal? What will she have to do to escape, and – more importantly – does she want to? This scorching novel is an erotic exploration of trust and betrayal, experimentation and control, lust and love.
Not sure what I expected but not worth wasting time listening. I was very disappointed the story was far fetched and not believable.
Any additional comments?
After enjoying 'Destined to Play', this was quite a let-down.<br/>The credibility of the plot suddenly vanishes, and the up-till-now reasonably sensible heroine starts to believe the unbelievable and agrees to a ludicrous proposal.<br/>Since there is no opportunity for sexual adventure through most of the plot, Indigo resorts to regular, bizarrely timed flashbacks to endeavour to keep the interest flowing... <br/>Sorry but this sequal doesn't come close to its predecessor.