Lazy, indolent Prince Landon never wanted a bride, least of all one of the princesses from the kingdoms surrounding his. The lot of them are far too much effort with their curses, their hexes, and their beastly guardians. A gift from a fairy woman changes all that, giving him the ability to meet with Aurelle, all that changes.
Aurelle has been a prisoner locked in her own dreams for nearly one hundred years and wants nothing more than to know a lover's touch. But her tower is starting to break, her dream prison is starting to crack, and the laziest man in the kingdom is her only hope for salvation.
Would you listen to The Dreaming again? Why?
Sure, it was a great story, and narrated to perfection!
What did you like best about this story?
I liked it all, but I liked the princess herself....she was funny...she was bored and wanted dirty dreams!!!
What does Lia Langola bring to the story that you wouldn’t experience if you just read the book?
She brought these characters to life, she is a great narrator!
Was there a moment in the book that particularly moved you?
I liked how the prince just knew something was wrong...and was determined to rescue sleeping beauty!!!
Any additional comments?
** I was given a free copy of this book in exchange for an honest review **
I love Lia's performances, she always brings the story to life, and tells us a story that is not only sexy, but charismatic and believable! This was a very interesting take on Sleeping beauty...and I quite enjoyed it! I hope there is another book in this series!!!
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What about Lia Langola’s performance did you like?
Ms. Langola shines as the narrator of this book. She breathes life and energy into each character. She has a real flair for the adult/erotic genre. I can't wait to listen to more of her work.
Any additional comments?
Dreaming is the second in the Sensual Fairy Stories series. This time our heroine is Aurelle aka Sleepy Beauty. Prince Landon, brother of King Dorien from Glass Slipper, sets out to find a wife. At the urging of the old hag, Landon uses a glass ball to fall into the dreams of Aurelle. When is in danger, Landon sets out to rescue the sleeping princess. Will he find true love or will it all be for nothing?
I really enjoyed this book. At only a little over an hour, it makes a nice one sitting listen. I like how that author carried one of the supporting characters from book 1 to be a main character in this book. I hope that she continues to do this with the rest of the books in the series.
As this is an adult/erotic book, I would recommend this to those 18+.
I was provided this audiobook at no charge by the narrator in exchange for an unbiased review.
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What did you love best about The Dreaming?
This audiobook is as hot and sexy as the first audiobook in this series. As in the Cinderella book, I had a great time listening. I hope there will be more books in this series
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Sexy & Sultry Sleeping Beauty
Hot take on an old tale!
This is my first read of the Sensual Fairy Stories Series, but it is book 2. This seems like it could completely stand alone, but I cannot say for certain as I have not read #1.
♥ Story ♥
Prince Landon needs to beat his brothers to a bride. He goes to a Fae woman to see about one of the “special” case princesses. Hoping for an easy score, he goes with the one that seems like the least amount of work. He chooses Princess Aurelle who has been trapped in a sleeping curse. Worried about what he might actually be getting, the Fae woman gives him a snow globe that will allow him to enter her world in his dreams.
Cue David Bowie music from Labyrinth!
Aurelle is essentially a 90 year old virgin, who hasn’t been able to even have a proper sex dream. When Landon shows up, she doesn’t think it is going to go anywhere like all the other attempts on her part to create a prince, so she throws herself at him without abandon.
Their sexual chemistry is excellent, but they do have a small problem. To release her from her curse he has to do so in person.
This is short read/listen but had all the good parts! The characters where likeable and the story plausible, for a sexy fairy tale. I could of used a few more sentences at the end to wrap it up a bit more, but it’s still a good story either way.
♥ Author ♥
This is my first read by Regan Bayle, and I will definitely be listening to more. There are only 2 titles currently available in audio format, so hopefully she has plans to bring the rest of the series to Audible.
♥ Narrator(s) ♥
Lia Langola did well narrating. She gave the story momentum, keeping you enthralled for the ride.
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Audiobook obtained for free at my request and I am voluntarily leaving this unbiased review
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The second in a series of modern, sensual 'Fairy Stories' by Regan Bayle and narrated by Lia Langola
Prince Landon has never wanted a bride and lacks the enthusiasm to find one. However, one day he meets the kingdoms 'Hag' (fairy godmother) and it changes his life.
In a creepy kind of way, Aurelle has been stuck in a timeless sleep for over 90 years. Her dreams are very erotic and for some reason they are becoming more real, due to Prince Landon.
This is a great distraction, at just over an hour of listening time. It's not something to cozy up for an afternoon of listening. My advice, if anyone asks for it, would be to combine the three sensual fairy stories into one book on one recording. An afternoon of naughtiness!
Narrated by Lady Lia Langola, it is perfectly told and performed. If I'm interested in a book and Lovely Lia is listed as the performer, I grab it. She IS that good-one of my 3 favorite female narrators.
Sorry there isn't more to the review, I couldn't get anymore detailed without spoiling. I would prefer a expanded or lengthened version - though it may be repetitious, that's why I'm NOT a writer.
Mature themes including sexual innuendos. *I received this book in exchange for my review.*
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