Newly moved in the city, Jake's taken the week off to get settled and to spend it with his ever-loving and insatiable Dawn.
A mistake at the welcoming party threatens their marriage. But who was to blame? Can they come to cope with both their newfound desires?
this book is very hot it had a lot of steamy scenes the blurb of the story was good too and very hot and me book
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What about Danny Céspedes’s performance did you like?
Danny has a rich voice, like mahogany.
Any additional comments?
Back in the day, Robert Loggia and Jane Fonda could have starred in a movie version of this. Maybe Caleb Landry Jones could do it today.
Would you consider the audio edition of Sharing Dawn: A Hotwife Story to be better than the print version?
Who was your favorite character and why?
Why, Dawn, of course! And narration was excellent.
Which scene was your favorite?
Enjoyed the entire audio book
Any additional comments?
I was given this free review copy audiobook at my request and have voluntarily left this review
Ok so the sex was great the menage was great but the second half was a bit far fetched. I found myself laughing at the craziness of it lol and I want to know a conclusion hopefully book two comes out soon... it was hot and sexy:)
This is an unbiased review with a credit from audiobookboom
I was given this free review copy audiobook at my request and have voluntarily left this review.
I find it’s a good idea to try out books that on the surface aren’t what you believe you’ll like and it turns out you do....in this case it just wasn’t something for me.
I like erotic stories..of course there are some areas that I just don’t get and this is one of those storylines..I can find ménage erotic, but there need to be some specific elements, some sort of caring, friendship, love...I didn’t find it in this book.
The story is told from the husband’s POV..it does have he think about what is going on and question if he is ok with what he and his wife are doing. The author did a good job of writing it’s just the direction it took that is lost on me.
It is quite possible others would find it hot and exciting.
I also didn’t really care much for the narrator..seemed monotone or flat..didn’t like his portrayal of the neighbors voice..seemed like a stereo type.
Sharing Dawn: A Hotwife Story by Alex Vader was an okay book. This is the first book in the Hotwives Series. Jake and Dawn have a welcoming party that almost ends in disaster for the couple. That is until they make the best of things.