PR representative Alicia Flores is fed up. Her job is a dead end, her love life is nonexistent and life is pretty much…well, boring. So when she's unexpectedly offered a chance to play a character from a video game—the warm and sensuous Queen Guinevere—for a promotional tour, Alicia decides to toss her shy-gal persona…and play her new part to perfection!
What she's not expecting is sinfully delicious video-game guru Ken Johnson—a rare breed of nerd who is hot, successful and damn sexy. And he knows just how to coax the sexy vixen in her out to play! As late-night pleasures take center stage, Alicia finds herself pulled further into Ken's sinful world of make-believe. But can she give up the fantasy when it's time to return to the real world?
Would you consider the audio edition of Living the Fantasy to be better than the print version?
Well I did not read the print version, but I believe it is just as good. The story had a steady flow and the characters were real.
What was one of the most memorable moments of Living the Fantasy?
The proposal...I dont want to reveal the details but WOW, it had me going.
Which character – as performed by the narrator – was your favorite?
Well, all of them. it was done very well.
Did you have an extreme reaction to this book? Did it make you laugh or cry?
Yes I laughed a lot, I had alot of emotions where each character was concern