Elizabeth Morgan didn't intend to abandon her very proper life. But that's the best way to find her true – and less proper – self. So here she is in Australia, standing in front of a man who's clad only in a towel. Nathan Jones is so tempting he could be the ideal candidate to help this good girl be very bad!Sure enough, thanks to Nathan's talented hands, Elizabeth is living all her sensual fantasies. And while the sex is great, something more is developing. She trusts him, and wants to share her secrets with him, and…Suddenly this feels more like a real relationship than some fun in the sun. Luckily, there's a cure for too much commitment – more wickedness!
Is there anything you would change about this book?
Not really; the story was nice, a very pleasant read, even though it wasn't my favorite book from Mayberry. But even Mayberry's "worst" are still very, very good!
Would you listen to another book narrated by Helen Stern?
Hm, I don't know. Her English voices were fine, but her Australian voices annoyed me a bit, and I found them lacking.
Was Hot Island Nights worth the listening time?
Perhaps. I would rather have read this in print/ebook and saved my money for a better audiobook to enjoy on my walks.
Any additional comments?
I am curious to read Violet's story, but I'll do it in ebook, not audio (even if it was available).<br/><br/>Hot Island Nights is a nice, quick summer read. A sexy “damaged” hero, plenty of passion, and an overall sweet story. I will always recommend Mayberry, and even with 3 Stars, this book is no different!
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