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Publisher's Summary

Billionaire Archer Bancroft always gets what he wants - and he’s wanted Ivy Emerson, his best friend’s sister, for far too long. Being forbidden and untouchable only makes her more tempting. When a million-dollar bet with his friends throws down a challenge - last bachelor standing takes it all - Archer knows he can win. That is, until one enchanted evening with Ivy takes his heart for a ride.
Ivy knows Archer is nothing but bad news: Infuriating, arrogant…and completely intoxicating. But despite her best efforts, she can’t seem to keep away. When a stolen kiss leads to a night of heated passion, Ivy realizes she’s in trouble and in head over heels. But in the light of day, everything seems clearer and Archer’s not so sure a one-night stand is all he wants. Concocting a plan to keep Ivy by his side, Archer might just be willing to lose this bet…and win the jackpot instead.
©2013 Karen Erickson (P)2013 Brilliance Audio, all rights reserved. Produced by arrangement with Harper, an imprint of HarperCollins Publishers. All Rights Reserved.
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2 out of 5 stars
By Nicole on 01-04-14

Performance so poor it distracts from the story

What didn’t you like about Justine Eyre and Will Damron ’s performance?

I understand the logic behind using a male and female voice for the characters but there was no consistency. The book changed POV from chapter to chapter and instead of adding to the story it distracted me from it. For example: Male voice, Female in male voice, than Female voice, Male in Female voice. I understand the book was written this way, but the performance could have executed it better. Mr. Damron's imitation of the lead female was far more tolerable (and preferable) than Ms. Eyre's performance. Ivy's longing for Archer (from her POV) came off as irritating and petulant. This performance put me on edge and I had a headache after the first hour.

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2 out of 5 stars
By Janit L Johnson on 12-26-13

Good story but...

What would have made Crave better?

A different narrator for IVY.

Would you be willing to try another book from Monica Murphy? Why or why not?

Yes

Who would you have cast as narrator instead of Justine Eyre and Will Damron ?

YES, Will is fine but Justine's voice is like fingernails sliding down a chalkboard. Very rough & nasally.

What character would you cut from Crave?

None

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