The moment that Amy has been fantasizing about has finally arrived. She has Lucian Reddick all to herself, and he's definitely in the mood. Something doesn't seem right, though. With a big contract hanging in the balance, being with him feels more like business than pleasure. Sometimes a woman's mind is her worst enemy.
Heat level: Hot!
This is the third installment in an episodic series.
Would you consider the audio edition of Flesh: Part Three to be better than the print version?
Don't have the print version
Who was your favorite character and why?
Lucien is my favorite. Amy refers to Lucien Reddick as having a "pantie-dropping smile." I would like to point out that Lucien also has a "pantie-dropping voice" that ranges from kind to cold, professional to playful, and full-on sexy. He uses that voice to charm, warn and control Amy when her brain is trying to tell her otherwise.
Have you listened to any of the narrators’s other performances before? How does this one compare?
This is typical of Robert Coltrane's quality performances.