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Trust Me Tonight

By: Zena Wynn
Narrated by: Belle Woods, Dene Woods
Length: 1 hr and 11 mins
Categories: Romance, Contemporary
4 out of 5 stars (7 ratings)
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Publisher's Summary

Traci Quarterman thinks her marriage is over. Her husband, Rick, is determined to prove her wrong. He'll need a blindfold, a few scarves, and a whole lot of trust from Traci to make things right between them.

Genre: Contemporary, interracial (BW/WM), BBW, light bondage, spanking.

Previous title: A Matter of Trust

©2009, 2016 Zena Wynn (P)2018 Zena Wynn

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Refreshingly different

I really liked this story. It delivered a storyline that isn’t often found in interracial novels, and while important, it didn’t dwell on the typical black/white societal struggles.


Hated the narrators. Esp. the female narrator. I would never want to hear her read anything again. She just doesn’t have the voice for it. Although it could be slightly bias as I am younger and prefer more youthful voices. That being said the characters were probably early 40’s and so the voice characters while appropriate, just were not appealing.

I will be reading more from this author.