Book three of Couper and Carr's Foreign Affairs series chronicles the erotic adventures of Mike and Amy, whose encounters begin somewhere between reality and fantasy. Finding themselves inexplicably in the same room, they each recognize the other's potential for playing out their wildest, kinkiest erotic fantasies. Each assuming mutual friends have set them up, they embark on a night of sexual pleasure, exploring submission, bondage, and power. Listeners will find out in the end, but this book is all about the ride. India Plum narrates, and her Australian accent adds a sensual aural touch to this vivid romance. Plum's narration has an ironic twinge, making the dialogue funny as well as highly erotic.
A forced sex fantasy is one thing - waking to find a scruffy man binding you to a bed is quite another. Amy fights him, until she realizes her friend must have set up the sexy scenario. They've swapped lives, with Harper flying to Australia and lending her Chicago home to Amy. While she's surprised Harper would go to such lengths to help her fulfill a fantasy, Amy figures... why not?
After days of nonstop travel, Andrew arrives at the home he shares with his sister, Harper, with sleep on his mind - until he finds a naked intruder in his bed. Subduing the beauty, he assumes she's the blind date his pal had tried to set him up with. But would Mike actually sneak the woman into Andrew's house? Seems so. And he's not one to turn down such a gift. By the time each has learned the other's identity, Amy and Andrew have shared the most intense sexual experience of their lives. And they certainly don't want to stop now.
The stories are very good and I am thoroughly enjoying India Plumes narrations. I don't believe the next book in the series is available in audio book which is highly disappointing to me.
Would you listen to Misplaced Lessons again? Why?
I love to listen to India read.
What was one of the most memorable moments of Misplaced Lessons?
Didn't have one.
Which character – as performed by India Plum – was your favorite?
I'd listen to her read the phone book. She's the best female performer I've heard. I like them all.
Did you have an extreme reaction to this book? Did it make you laugh or cry?
No. A chuckle here and there. It was just great light reading and fun.