Lady Danielle Hampton has really made a muck of her life. Not only is she guilty of entreating carnal fantasies, but her aunt has sold her into slavery to pay off the family's debts. Little does Danielle know the group she's been purchased to service aren't just Lords and Princes, they are the legends from which fairytales are wrought.
Prince Gabriel LeFay is in search of his next mate. First he has to find a woman who is as uninhibited as his kind, the Fairefolk, and then he has to teach her the ways of a submissive. In Danielle he finds the woman of his dreams. She'll try anything once or even thrice. The trick to earning her love is to become the man of her fantasies.
What did you love best about Primal Appetite?
It was very different from the other books on this subject
What was one of the most memorable moments of Primal Appetite?
The fact that her family sold her to the other people
Have you listened to any of Allison Cope’s other performances before? How does this one compare?
Yes, it was the same. I don't like her voice, it sounded odd to me. I couldn't get into the book
Was this a book you wanted to listen to all in one sitting?
No, just couldn't get into Allison Cope voice
Any additional comments?
this might have been a good book, but someone else should have narrated it
1 of 1 people found this review helpful
First I have to comment on the narration. It is horrible. Ms. Cope did not do this book justice. It may have been easier to get through if another narrator performed. As it was, it was torture to get through this book. Then, the narrator sounded like she was in an echo chamber. I did finish this book but frankly, it was very difficult to do so. I tried to find something redeeming about this book but failed to do so. It was based on fantasy, which was fine. Yes, there was lots of sex - very explicit but that didn't bother me.