His ultimatum is a sexual eye-opener for her.
Wendy Williams was groomed from birth to be the perfect daughter and eventually become a trophy wife. Her parents' grand plan for her took a detour when Wendy met the man of her dreams, Elijah Dickens. He's hot and she's hot for another go across the mattress with him.
Elijah Dickens, born from werewolves, is about to make his life mate realize he's the only wolf for her. With the help of his two friends, he leads her into the racy and erotic world of BDSM. The only issue left to be resolved is whether or not Wendy will agree.
In a nutshell, the only thing good about this book is that it's short, so the torrment is over quickly. And, accidentally, it's so bad--the writing & the narration--that it's funny at times. This book sounds like a young teen's first attempt at writing an adult-focused book when he/she has only read books up to the 10th grade level, first attempt at writing sex scenes without ever having experienced sex, and first attempt at writing about BDSM after reading about it in a men’s magazine and understanding none of it. For instance, readers are to buy the line that the main female character has sex that's so good that she's willing to agree to a life-changing decision. Really?! And then when she learns that he's a wolf during sex, she's not pressed b/c the sex is soooo good. Really?! And Elijah is an alpha male, but he won't "force" his mate to become part of his pack. What kind of alpha is that? What kind of wolf is that?
On the narration: The main male charcter, Elijah, and one of his friends named, DeShaun, are played by the narrator as males with the most red-neck sounding voices. This, even though Elijah is of mixed race, one of them being Hispanic and part of a family that's very in touch with their heritage. It's not impossible, especially if they were southern. But it seems unlikely that those two characters would sound like the last governor of Mississippi. And the narrrator sounds like she’s faking it all the way through. And she can't read AT ALL! She mispronounced wanton, miniscule, permeated, wherewithall, and cataclysmic. That's a lot in a book that lasted an hour. And when I say mispronounced, I mean really. Cataclysmic was pronounced as catacaclysmic. I know; go ahead and laugh. And wherewithall was read as whetherall. I had to rewind to make sure I got it right. This book just proves that anyone can get a book published.
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This book wasn’t for you, but who do you think might enjoy it more?
This is my first short book purchase so I wasn't expecting a great plot but I did think the sexual encounters were probably going to be good. I was WRONG. This was a complete waste of money and time.
What was most disappointing about Belladonna Bordeaux’s story?
All of it.
Any additional comments?
I thought it would be an erotic short story. I thought wrong. In my opinion it was crap. There's nothing about it that I would recommend.
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Would you consider the audio edition of The Black Wolf's Ultimatum to be better than the print version?
I didn't read the printed version.
What did you like best about this story?
The way that they all interacted. I never through that I would be into a three some, but the scene turned me on.
Have you listened to any of Ann Hart’s other performances before? How does this one compare?
No, I hadn't.
Was this a book you wanted to listen to all in one sitting?
Yes, and I did. I even re-listen to it the very next day.
Any additional comments?
I think that I am going to try to find some more books on this subject. Thank you for opening up my eyes to something new.