On leave for Thanksgiving, the last thing marine lieutenant Talia Barnett expects to find is Liam Brodie waiting for her at the airport. He's had a starring role in her fantasies for the past two years, and although she'd love to make them a reality, she has a dark secret that prevents her from taking things further.
A former marine, Liam's specialty is planning tactical operations, and that's just what he plans to do to win Talia. The woman has kept him at arm's length for too long, and this time he's finally going to claim her - body and heart.
What begins as comfort quickly turns hot. When Liam shows Talia a hint of the dominant nature inside him, the submissive part of her flares to life. Though she desires him, she's going back on deployment and doesn't want to dump all her drama on him. Will he find a way to break through the protective walls around her heart and convince her they have a future that goes far beyond the bedroom?
I wasn't particularly fond of the lead female character, nor all her angst. I did like the male character and his being supportive, but the girl just didn't seem to be able to appreciate it. You know, there still could have been a plot without all the angst.
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Would you say that listening to this book was time well-spent? Why or why not?
I enjoyed the book and the story but the narrator was too fast.
How did the narrator detract from the book?
She read way too fast! It was very hard to enjoy the story itself when she just never slowed down.
Where does Let Me In rank among all the audiobooks you’ve listened to so far?
It ranks up at the top
What did you like best about this story?
The way that he moved in and took care of her. Sometime you just need someone to take over and move you out of the way.
Have you listened to any of Natasha Vincent’s other performances before? How does this one compare?
Was there a moment in the book that particularly moved you?
The bathroom scene. I got goose bumps.
Any additional comments?
I need more books written by Callie Croix, and narrated by Natasha Vincent.
I would call this more romance novel than erotica. It was good as that though, I don't think I'd have liked it better if it was less romance-y though. I'd also have like to have seen more of the dom/sub than was there. It was just hinted at, not prevalent as other books related to this one have been.
What did you like about this audiobook?
I have and it was ok but don't waste credits or money.
How has the book increased your interest in the subject matter?
Does the author present information in a way that is interesting and insightful, and if so, how does he achieve this?
Don't have a clue. Just know I didn't like the book.
Any additional comments?
The story was okay and it held my interest. I'm all for a hot steamy love scene but not this kind. Back door knocking just doesn't do it for me. Sorry!
This was a good short story. I love a dominant man, and this lead was very dominant. I would recommend it for any one who is not looking for instense erotic scenes but a good love story.