Exposing Ellen

  • by Skylar Kade
  • Narrated by P. J. Morgan
  • 1 hrs and 21 mins
  • Unabridged Audiobook

Publisher's Summary

Ellen Porter is a stranger to the single life - as much a stranger as she is to facing her same-sex desires. The recent divorcee, desperate to prove that her attraction to women is just a phase, enlists the help of Madame Eve for one night of "getting it out of her system."
Aimee Tran has had enough of the Los Angeles bar-hopping scene. In pursuit of a genuine romantic connection, she discovers Madame Eve and decides that maybe, just maybe, a one night stand will tide her over until she finds The One.
Neither woman expects lust to burn down their preconceived notions - or to crave more than one desperate tryst.


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A nice little story that was classified as Erotica but was actually more of a love story.
Ellen Porter is a newly divorced woman who by chance finds a dating service card in her lawyers office. She's just out of a bad marriage with a critical over controlling husband and has reason to believe that she may be ready to admit that she do better with a woman than with another man. She calls the service and is fixed up with Aimee Tran a makeup artist with a Tiger Mom who's been on a dry stretch for longer than she wants to think about and decides what the hell, why not.
When she meets Ellen she knows right away that isn't your regular one night stand. Ellen has been emotionally beaten down and her entire sexual history is one man; (I suppose it's possible) so her confidence in herself and her knowledge of how to act in a sexual situation are both pretty much non-existent. With a few tender words and some patience Ellen begins to find her way and their one night together is a happy one for them both. Aimee being a wise old lesbian decides that Ellen doesn't need to jump into another relationship right away , she needs to get out there and have more wild experiences with wild ladies. Don't ask me why she doesn't just go with what Ellen wants; I suppose that'd be too easy.
Since I've spilled the beans that this isn't a sex story it's a love story you already knew Ellen and Aimee come together in the end and of course become a couple. It's a sweet journey, full of caring and sentiment and even if this trip into love is oh so predictable; it's still a nice ride.
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Intimate story telling exposes more than Ellen!

What did you like best about Exposing Ellen? What did you like least?

As a "reformed straight man" (formerly married to a woman, now completely gay) I was a bit hesitant to listen to the telling of this story. I was delightfully surprised. I was already a huge fan of voice actor PJ Morgan so I had no doubt that her narrations would be eloquent perfection. The vivid imagery and detailed description pair magically with Ms. Morgan's sensual interpretation of the text.

What did you like best about this story?

As Ms. Morgan was retelling this story I found it very easy to get a real grasp on the physical and emotional journey she was sharing,

What does P. J. Morgan bring to the story that you wouldn’t experience if you just read the book?

Ms. Morgan brings the perfect mix of sensuality, eloquence, and shifts in tempo and volume to this audio book, enabling the listener to be right there with Ellen as she explores her sexuality.

What would have made this romance irresistible?

From a writing standpoint I would have included more about the love that went into the love making instead of focusing on the mere sexuality.

Any additional comments?

I will listen to this again!

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- Eric "Say something about yourself!"

Book Details

  • Release Date: 12-30-2014
  • Publisher: Decadent Publishing Company, LLC