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It's been 10 years since clean-cut, sexy-as-hell police officer Todd Keenan had a white-hot fling with Erin Brown, the provocative, wild rocker chick next door. Their power exchange in the bedroom got under his skin. But love wasn't in the cards just yet Now, life has thrown the pair back together. But picking up where they left off is tough, in light of a painful event from Erin's past.
As Todd struggles to earn her trust, their relationship takes an unexpected and exciting turn when Todd's best friend, Ben, ends up in their bed - and all three are quite satisfied in this relationship without a name. As the passion they share transforms Erin, will it be enough to help her face the evil she thought she had left behind?
This was my second time listening to this audiobook because I remembered loving this story so much! And this time I loved it all of again! This book has some hard situations, it has a great love story, it has hot sex and yes it has a Triad!!! I loved Erin, she is so unique, honest and not shy. She has such a serious broken heart that you wonder if she will ever get past it. Todd finally decides to stop hiding who he really is and is exactly what Erin needs. Then comes Todd's best friend, He makes this great relationship Perfect!
This is the book I recommend to everyone who's looking to dive into the MM genre slowly. I think maybe it was when she was new to narration because if I rated the narration of this book a 2, I would rate all of her new work a 5 for sure.
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This listen starts off in the usual way of a hot n heavy erotic romance novel between Todd and Erin however you soon find that the chemistry, history and interactions that the lovers and all the other likeable characters have with one another make this a really passionate compelling book.
Not only passionate in the sexual erotic way but also passionate about their feelings, hurts, dreams, desires as we see the anguish, pain and suffering Todd and Erin went through when each of their lives took different paths with disastrous and moving consequences during the decade apart since their initial hopeful two month affair.
However, when reunited their sexual chemistry soon ignites and along with them a close personal friend, Ben, is brought into their relationship which only strengthens the bonds of love as the three embark on an unusual, usually frowned on but ultimately satisfying, giving, touching, tender, loving and harmonious domestic relationship that becomes so much deeper than just friends with benefits. Worth a credit? If you like an erotic romance with a twist of bdsm, that's well written and sensual but is also a compassionate listen that has a wealth of emotional depth then this book is for you - and is a definite creditworthy addition to my library and a good start to a new series.
This book was very interesting, it wrapped you up and took you for a ride. The reason for 4 stars and not 5 is for two reasons, 1, sometimes it was really tough to know who was talking and 2, it made me cry. Then boy meets same girl 10 years later and doesn't want to run again Once he grew up he knew what he wanted I could not listen to this book without earphones because oh my oh my HOT. Some people have hot button issues and this book has a few people won't like, so to save audible all the returns I hope you read this review.
If you have ever expereinced the death of a child don't get this book. For everyone else who likes a steamy book with a great plot then go for it, it really was good, number 2 is already downloaded! I read a lot of highly recommended reviews for this book on the Goodreads website. Honestly, I liked the book but didn't love the book. It was hot in some places but I still didn't connect with the characters. Lucy Rivers should not be a narrator. She is one of the worst I have ever heard.
At times, it was hard to follow the story because of the way it was read. She should not be in the business of narrating audio books.
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Any additional comments? I like erotica, but this book was missing it. It missed it completely. The storyline was good, but so much was missing that it ended up being somewhat dull. I won't be buying the other books in the series, especially since they are narrated by Lucy Rivers.
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My only complaint is the narrator. I didn't enjoy her male voices. I actually think Audible should of used Justine O'Keef on this one. But this book is so good and the narrator didn't ruin it.
I would of just been in pure listening ecstasy if Justine did it. Anyway, the sexual chemistry was off the charts! The story between the characters was very emotional intertwined with family tragedy and love.
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I would of given it 10 stars, thats how much I enjoyed this one. That says allot for me because this is a one woman and two men relationship. Let me say again, I really liked this one. I enjoyed being swept away into this fantasy story and could not stop listening. Word of caution, explict sexual content. Would you recommend this audiobook to a friend? If so, why?
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I would recommend that they read this book first before buying audio version. I love audiobooks, I have over Narration can make a mediocre book excellent and can ruin an excellent book. But everyone has different tastes for narration. I found her narration to be overly dramatic and over-the-top. Her male voices were just horrible for me. What did you like best about this story? I love Lauren Dane's books. This series is one of my favs. She creates great characters, they are very realistic and sympathetic. How could the performance have been better? A different narrator would have improved this book greatly for me.
I won't be able to finish listening to this book. The narration is just to painful to listen to for me. I'm glad I have the kindle version.
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Holy crap this was bad! I want to give this novel no stars at all but Audible won't let you write a review with out putting at least 1 stupid star. I didn't make it past the first 15 minutes!
I cannot for the life of me understand how Ms. Rivers is employed as a narrator OR what the producers were smoking when hiring her! I don't even believe this story could be that great if the producers and publishers could care so little on the performance.