Obsessed is not about obsession for a new purse or a new car. Instead, these stories sizzle with the kind of obsession that is fueled by our deepest desires, the ones that hold couples together, the ones that haunt us and don't let go. Whether just-blooming passions, rekindled sparks, or reinvented relationships, these lovers put the object of their obsession first. From the almost-divorced couple in "Aftershocks", by Bella Andre, who finally confess their deepest desires during an earthquake, to a woman who confesses to her boyfriend just how much she lusts after another man in Emerald's "Then", these lovers push the boundaries of their relationship and the boundaries of their trust in each other.
Obsessed lovers don't always do what is rational; sometimes they chase their dreams, such as in Kayla Perrin's "One Night in Paris", across the world and across the landscape of their lovers' bodies.
Would you consider the audio edition of Obsessed: Erotic Romance for Women to be better than the print version?
yes, the narrator adds that extra special something.
What does Scarlett Day bring to the story that you wouldn’t experience if you just read the book?
She really brings the stories to life and makes you want (more).
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