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Lunch begins with a chance meeting in a restaurant in London. Nick Muncie, a famous actor, is having lunch on the table next to artist Olivia. Olivia's indifference to him seizes his attention and holds it as, for once in his life, a woman doesn't respond to his sexual charisma. So begins a tantalisingly erotic exploration of power dynamics in relationships.

©1994 Karen Moline (P)2013 W F Howes Ltd

Critic Reviews

"Intense...erotic...compelling...genuine electricity...the characters are magnetic." (Booklist)
"Erotically charged... A titillating, tasty morsel. Bon appetit!" (Woman's Own)

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  • Germany, EU, earth-Milky way
  • 05-05-17

Great story and read well

Where does Lunch rank among all the audiobooks you’ve listened to so far?

at the top 10 %

What did you like best about this story?

the development of the characters

What about Lance Jackson’s performance did you like?

He read well and conveyed strong emotions

Was there a moment in the book that particularly moved you?

yes, the almost-end, the description of Nick' s cathatonic pain. The description was awesome and evocative.

Any additional comments?

great book. read it now. compelling read. I saw a reviewer on amazon describing this book as "all that 50 shades could have been and was NOT". I couldn t agree more...
Note to the author: please, write more :-)

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  • 04-16-15

Too much gratuitous sex

I like a well written sex scene as much as anyone, but this goes sco over the top that destroys all credibility the plot could have had.