Multitalented author Katia Lief obviously had a great time writing Love, Sex & the Wrong Bridge, a comical and promiscuous romp through a brothel's worth of New York City bedrooms.
Isabelle Gordon has performed numerous audiobooks directed at female listeners, and for good reason. Her voice can be sultry and teasing, seductive and fun - a vocal talent that aptly complements this plot involving over-the-top yuppie lovers who thirst unquenchably for sexual intrigue. The listener meets a spurned fiancée who won't take no for an answer, transvestite escorts, slinky secretaries, and philandering men who need to be taken down a notch - all of whom interact with one another in a series of zany coincidences.
Dawn can still see the tan line where her engagement ring used to be.
Dawn is still in love with Hank, who dumped her for Christine - and they're living together now. But when Dawn realizes how much Hank misses her, and might even regret their breakup, the game is on.
Dating in 1980s Manhattan is confusing enough. Then Mike Blitsky - a.k.a. Mike Mauvais of "Misled Mike's Marvelous Men," a transvestite escort service - bursts into Dawn's life when she becomes the editor of a tell-all memoir he's writing to pay for his legal defense. Unbeknownst to Dawn, Hank is Mike's lawyer, defending him against charges of running a male prostitution ring. Dawn's friend Katherine, a doctoral student in 18th century literature, is hired to do research for Mike's book. With everyone working at cross purposes, the result is a modern day comedy of errors that doesn't wind up until the wedding bouquet goes flying in the final scene.
Would you recommend this book to a friend? Why or why not?
no, I would not...not my taste in a romance. Characters were just like real life weak people.
Absolutely no back bone to stand up for themselves.
I have purchased all of I. Gordon recordings, she makes the story. She reads as Gabra Zackman as well. She is one on my favorite readers. Her male voice is dreamy.
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