Enraptured

  • by Shoshanna Evers
  • Narrated by Christine Padovan
  • 5 hrs and 20 mins
  • Unabridged Audiobook

Publisher's Summary

The stunning conclusion to the red-hot Enslaved erotica trilogy finds a curious young beauty baring more than her skin...
Lovely, blonde, and young, Jessica accepted a job at New York's most exclusive BDSM nightclub to make ends meet...and to satisfy her curiosity. Nobody is more intriguing than the BAD boys-Billionaire Arrogant Doms-a trio of unbelievably rich and sexy men. Jessica willingly gets involved with the group, shedding her formerly shy persona to explore the limits of her own desire. But she isn't sure how vulnerable she wants to be...until the one BAD Boy who never wants to fall in love again - the gorgeous, passionate, and unexpectedly tender Roman - takes an interest in her, and Jessica finds herself drawn deeper into his world than she ever expected.

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Saving the best for last :-) - Roman!

My favorite character of the BAD Boys, Roman finally gets his chance for happiness in a big bdsm way! I honestly think this is the best out of the 3 Enslaved tales by Ms. Evers - probably because I didn't care as much for the first 2 couples (Trevor and Elisabeth; Marc and Lauren).

The narration is better here than in the first 2, though there are some minor audio 'echoes' and maybe holding onto ending phrases a touch too long on occasion, but overall, flows well and was very entertaining.

And it premiered during Audible's 25% off sale - can't beat that!
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- Kevin

Preferred Roman in books 1 and 2

Where does Enraptured rank among all the audiobooks you’ve listened to so far?

Definitely, the sex scenes are hot and some are pretty intense, but I preferred Roman in books 1 and 2. I liked him better when he was a brooding, darker personality.


Which character – as performed by Christine Padovan – was your favorite?

Roman and how she voiced Jessica's parents was spot on.


Any additional comments?

Would like to see the author make her characters more developed and darker and stay that way, even at the end of a story or series. So much potential for a longer story but the author rushes the events to a quick conclusion.

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- Doris

Book Details

  • Release Date: 06-25-2014
  • Publisher: Shoshanna Evers