All Grown Up

  • by Tina Tirrell
  • Narrated by Me
  • 0 hrs and 24 mins
  • Unabridged Audiobook

Publisher's Summary

For an enthusiastic, just-of-age coed, prepping for college requires sizzling, sensual summertime studies.
Susan has just turned 18, and she's excited about starting college after the summer break. Just one thing tempers her excitement: her serious lack of experience with the opposite sex. Even in her innocence, she knows the boys from high school are nothing like the men awaiting her in college. Fitting in and being a proper coed demands doing a little homework. And, as in all areas of her life, Susan has every desire to excel.
Looking forward to continuing the discussion about just how to carry out her summertime goal with her best friend Jessie, Susan's greeted by Jessie's older brother, John, at the door instead - who's a grad student himself. As Susan's invited inside, an obvious solution for her own personal dilemma strikes her: John must know exactly what's expected of college-age girls.
Luckily for Susan, John's more than happy to help with her intimate request and offers himself as a patient tutor in the ways and methods of college extracurricular activities. Just inside John's old room, Susan eagerly learns one technique that's surprisingly just like licking a lollipop. She eats up her first lesson with the unmatched exuberance of a student quick to learn and excited to finally learn the answers to all her questions and curiosities.
As the school year comes to an end and Susan later lavishes dressing up as a true woman for the senior prom, John arrives with the offer of a gentlemanly ride, complete with the treat of a short detour and the ultimate lesson in womanhood - right in his parked car. Susan feels all the thrills of being truly grownup under John's instruction and realizes just how much fun she has to look forward to as her college career begins.


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The hottest audio story you will every listen to

If you could sum up All Grown Up in three words, what would they be?

Exquisite, Intimate, Euphonious

What did you like best about this story?

I really liked how this story was written from Susan's point of view to deliver everything through her eyes (and body) to deliver every amazing detail of her journey to womanhood. Tina goes into great detail to deliver the moment-to-moment thoughts and sensations that Susan is experiencing that is much appreciated.

Which scene was your favorite?

When John and her are in the car for Lesson 2. I'm not going to spoil it, but let's just say that John knows how to use all of the tools of the trade.

If you were to make a film of this book, what would the tag line be?

You will feel this woman's awakening.

Any additional comments?

Tina's sister, Tara, does the narration for this story, and it is fantastic. Tara delivers all of the emotion that you would expect of a situation this hot. Her sweet voice delivers Susan's lines perfectly , never holding back what the scene calls for, even when Susan becomes overwhelmed by what is happening to her.

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- Michael

Book Details

  • Release Date: 09-24-2015
  • Publisher: Ardour Press