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William Martin, the male narrator, has a sublimely sensual voice and is perfect for this piece. Usually I can figure out "who done it" after the first few chapters of a story, but this one kept me guessing, through many twists and turns, until the very end. The BDSM was extremely tasteful and well written. Ms. Anderson took the time to become educated on the "lifestyle" and didn't gaudy it up. I've always been interested in the Dominant/Submissive lifestyle and this book really hit the mark for me. A little romance, a little mystery, a little sex and all very tastefully written. This is definitely going to go on my favorites list and will be listened to time and time again.
If you're looking for a book that has it all, but isn't too skanky and raunchy, this is it! If you're looking for raunchy, gaudy BDSM, you should move on to something else because this book is NOT for you. I happen to like both, depending on my mood. :)
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I am happy to say I discovered new author – Evangeline Anderson.
Whether it Sci-fi (Severed) or modern suspense romance (Dangerous Cravings), both are equally good.
Alex’s conflicting emotions and actions are the center of the story. I liked the way the subject of Alex’s cravings was presented – it was mostly done as explanation to Cole to make him understand and accept Alex not only as his partner and one of the guys but also as a woman who still remained best partner he ever had.
The main characters feelings are at the surface. When ex-wife Amanda was complaining to Cole about his relationship with Alex, her upset and hurt were clearly felt in her words.
Acceptance and need, perception and appearance- all are part of the story; how people see themselves and how others see them. Some are ready and willing to learn and accept differences and quirks of others, but some are blinded by jealousy and close mindedness ready to “teach” a lesson and kill.
Cole underwent the biggest character change- from total disbelief, to confusion, to understanding, to acceptance and to embrace.
The writing is beautiful and emotional.
The narration by William Martin who was part of the team narrating “Severed” and Anne Johnston Brown were very good. As always, good narration enhances the story.
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