On a mission to bring the love of literacy to impoverished rural children, Clover Willoughby finds herself stranded on a dry, dusty West Virginia back road. Out of gas, out of service, and out of patience, she starts walking. When she stumbles across a quaint cabin in the woods, she's relieved at her good fortune. Her relief turns to trepidation - and anticipation - when the rough, crude mountain man living there offers to assist her...for a price.
And he's not interested in money.
This novella is a work of erotica. If you're offended by graphic sex, it may not be the book for you. This is the first novella in a planned series. It is not a full-length book.
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This book was way too "smutty" for me..
**a Few Spoilers**
Clover, the main female lead, has been stranded in the middle of nowhere.
She comes upon a cabin where Jim and his son, Eustice, live.
Jim makes Clover an offer that she Does Not refuse.
I don't like stories where characters are Manipulated into doing things, especially when they are vulnerable and or stranded.
** This book even has the nerve to come with a disclaimer:
"This novella is a work of erotica. If you're offended by graphic sex, it may not be the book for you. This is the first novella in a planned series. It is NOT a full-length book."
- Um, the "graphic sex" is not the issue,
its the unwashed men who seem to not know the meaning of soap & water..
- what the heck?
its the manipulated sex.. - WTH?
its the father and son BOTH having their way with Clover and then she developes.. "feelings" for one of them.. really - WTF??
This book was just Not for me, it was just too "smutty" for me.
If you are looking for smut with forced seduction by males who haven't taken a bath in awhile then.. have at it.
Audrey Lusk did really well with the character's emotions and overall narration.
"This audiobook was provided by the author, narrator, or publisher at no cost in exchange for an unbiased review courtesy of Audiobook Blast."
- jean doe
Some good chemistry!