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Ginny is turning 30 and she just got dumped by her jerk boyfriend. In steps Travers, her best friend since childhood. He agrees to take her out for some birthday fun at an exclusive sex club "Way Down Under" that she's been dying to go to. Once they arrive at the club, Ginny spots the jerk boyfriend all over some blonde bimbo. To help her feel better, Travers says all the right things and then takes her back to his private room for some fun. This book was delicious!! It was spicy, and the build up was great too. The bondage was light and both characters were equally sexy & wild with their want for each other. It's sweet how two best friends can become the best of lovers; what makes it spicy is the bdsm action they engage in and the fact that that's how the two main characters started to see each other differently. This is an awesome childhood long time friends-to-lovers story with flashbacks of their history. The characters are well-developed; the smex is super HOT!! This book is perfect for a mindless feel good smutty listen. Overall, this was a very short book but I really enjoyed it.
19 of 21 people found this review helpful
This was an extremely cute story.. Two best friends who really are in love with each other, but don't realize it. It wasn't until the heroine boyfriend cheats on her, that her overprotective best friend step up and sex her down at a BDSM club that he is a member of. After a great night, she hides from him all weekend. He don't like this, so he punish her at work... (O yea, that work together..) That is pretty much the jist of the story... But the smex was awesome, and the hero was a laid back kind of dom...which was refreshing to listen to.
Narration was ok.. I have listen to better...
Worth the listen, Yes... a good Credit or sale, if you are waiting on something else... and just need that BDSM kinda listen...
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Would you consider the audio edition of Sugar and Spice to be better than the print version?
Sometimes it feels that the audio version has been re-edited and the tones of the performer doesn't quite match throughout the book
What did you like best about this story?
The emotion and the conflict of the characters are well performed.
Almost feels like a listening to the people in the booth behind you. You the people talking arguing and you pretend that your not listening but you so are....
Did Aisling Conaway do a good job differentiating each of the characters? How?
The narrator performer of the audio dialogue was great all the way through. You can tell which characters are talking just from the change of tone. But for the monologue inbetween dialogue very same tone, and sometimes the story could be missed, if your not paying attention.
Did you have an emotional reaction to this book? Did it make you laugh or cry?
At some points I found myself laughing, specially the flash back stories.
1 of 1 people found this review helpful