Dark Love: Part One

  • by JB Duvane
  • Narrated by Lacy Laurel, Logan McAllister
  • 4 hrs and 12 mins
  • Unabridged Audiobook

Publisher's Summary

Charlotte couldn't escape...from the prison Raymond put her in or from the dark love she found with him. Especially when she realized that the darkness was inside her too...
I ran away from my crap life of stripping and living with my father in a trash heap of a trailer.
I thought I was headed toward freedom but I woke up in another prison.
A prison that was built just for me.
He knows things about me that no one should.
He sees things in me that I can't see.
I don't want to be here.
But I don't want to leave him either.
He's a monster for keeping me prisoner.
But I'm a monster, too, for loving the dark, dirty things he does to me.
I know I messed up.
I've been alone in this house for far too long.
Alone except the servants that skulk around in the darkness.
But then I found Charlotte and I had to have her.
I had to take her.
I have to make her mine.
Now I don't want to live without her.
But if I can't convince her to stay...they won't let either one of us live.
Dark Love is a dark romance that contains dark sexual themes and is 40k words in length. It's the first part of a two-part series.


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Dark, Twisted, and Sexy

Mystery and suspense along with romance are a favorite of mine. I found this book to be very good, but I didn't like that it is in two parts. Both main characters are flawed and have big issues. I wasn't sure if I liked the story jumping from present to past back and forth. Regarding the narration, I thought that both Logan McAllister and Lacy Laurel did a great performance. I had read this book (by JB Duvane) before listening to it so I was familiar with the story. My review is not a synopsis of the book, but rather my opinion of it. I was given this audiobook at my request and have voluntarily written this review.
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- Jan

Dark and a little creepy

Slow in the beginning, Dark Love is proving to be an interesting listen. I always find the intricate workings of JB Duvane completely intriguing, and this one does not disappoint. Charlotte comes with a difficult past and wants to shelter herself from everyone through her dancing. Raymond, growing up with a mentally unstable mother and an unhealthy attachment to her is trying to find his way out of his situation.Throw in the crazy staff that lives in Raymond's house and the alpha tendencies he has and you have part one of this book. There is enough build up and entertainment to leave you wanting to hear part two of this book, and see where the two characters end up.

Logan McAllister and Lacy Laurel portray this cast of characters well. They have you believing the craziness and unwarranted attraction between Charlotte and Raymond. Let's hope part 2 comes soon!
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Book Details

  • Release Date: 06-28-2017
  • Publisher: JB Duvane