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Her Submission

Gabe's Story
Narrated by: Erin Mallon, Joe Arden
Series: Dirtier Duet, Book 2, Dirty Rich, Book 6
Length: 5 hrs and 14 mins
4.5 out of 5 stars (139 ratings)
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Publisher's Summary

The second and final book in the Dirtier Duet by Lisa Renee Jones.  

Abbie swore that she was done with rich, powerful men. They've hurt her. They've hurt her mother, whom she will do anything to protect. She's done playing the submissive. She's ready to fight back.  

The problem is that Gabe Maxwell is one of those rich, powerful men, and he refuses to be ignored. He's in her path, and she can't seem to steer clear of him. He wants her. She wants him. But it's not that simple. There is more to her story, more than Gabe knows, but then, there is more to Gabe's story than Abbie knows, too.

©2019 Julie Patra Publishing/Lisa Renee Jones (P)2019 Audible, Inc.

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  • Hollywood, CA
  • 07-09-19

Everything was good but...

The Abigail character wore thin for me really quick. She was repetitive and kind of dragged. Run away and come back... runaway and come back. I literally started to roll my eyes when ever she did it. Between the two books of this story, she just got annoying. The rest was great.

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Liars vs Power Plays

Abbie and Gabe form an alliance in the duet of her submission.
Unfortunately as messed up as the family values are, I find Gabe Maxwell difficult to relate to if he were real. Gabe came across to me more Neanderthal than a Mensa type protector.
Once he's figured out if Abbie is working with him or against him, and the secrets they've been keeping from each other, he'll take on them family dilemma's
Erin Mallon, and Joe Arden always do an amazing job at narrating!

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HEA for Abby, Gabe, Dexter and most of the Maxwell family

A good, though not great, wrap up for this family drama. The title is a bit misleading - it was more like Abby and Gabe’s Epiphanies. There was not as much suspense in this final book as there was resolution of potential scenarios that are presented but never really pan out.

Of course there was plenty of chemistry with Abby and Gabe as they argued and had plenty of verbal foreplay prior to some sex. Both had great reveals of their secrets which were built up in the last book and much of this but not that overwhelming when they came out, and in the end the characters learned to trust in themselves and each other, finally showing signs of emotional maturity. Siblings Reid and Cat played their parts as did their respective spouses as well as the trusty Blake Walker. The story moved along though it was fairly short as the main action was between Abby and Gabe- physically and emotionally. The narration was good - a duet performance would have been better.