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Publisher's Summary

Ariel Vaughn is a high-powered attorney and a partner at her firm, dating one of the most eligible bachelors in New York City, who is also a powerful judge firmly on the political path. She's living the high life, but her sex life has hit a low point. He was once a tiger in the sheets, but his interest has cooled considerably, and Ariel is wound so tight she's about to explode.
When a hot young escort introduces her to the Black Door and her best friend encourages her to try it out, she finds a fantasy playground for women - full of every sexual temptation a girl could dream of. It is there that she meets a man who turns her on physically, mentally, and emotionally. But when her sexual fantasy life begins to spill into her real life, everything starts to spiral out of control. In this sensual, erotic novel, Ariel stands to lose everything that means something to her for that next sweet fix.
©2016 Velvet (P)2016 Blackstone Audio, Inc., and Buck 50 Productions, LLC
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2 out of 5 stars
By Lisa on 04-02-18

Interesting storyline but dialogue and narration failed

The storyline could have been developed into something very interesting, that’s the only reason I forced myself to finish the book. I blame the editor, if there was one.
The women in the book are portrayed as educated, refined, and goal oriented women; but their dialogue and actions are those of an uneducated adolescent. Furthermore, I felt the author gave up on developing the story, ended without that moment of clarification we all look for, then just added an epilogue to quickly summarize—by having a lead character tell another what happened with a few brief facts.

It had potential but lost it during what appears to be a rushed production.

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3 of 3 people found this review helpful

1 out of 5 stars
By Emily Sadler on 03-28-18

not good in the least

I honestly don't even know where to start with this book. The reader paused in all the wrong places and clearly does not know how to read audio books which would pull you out of the story in confusion. The story itself was shy Scheistey to say the least with no real resolution and characters were all just shady. Every adjective was the same in every situation....whenever she got mad she was "fuming" and it seemed that she was constantly fuming. No character development bad story line and no resolution.

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4 of 5 people found this review helpful

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