Dark Room : Society X

  • by Heidi McLaughlin, L. P. Dover
  • Narrated by Emily Devereux, James Kavanaugh
  • Series: Society X
  • 5 hrs and 56 mins
  • Unabridged Audiobook

Publisher's Summary

The rules of Society X are simple...break them and you're out.
Rule Number One: No names
It doesn't matter if you want to know, it's forbidden.
Rule Number Two: No exchanging numbers
It doesn't matter if you want to call, it's forbidden.
Rule Number Three: Everything is to remain strictly anonymous.
It doesn't matter if you want to tell, it's forbidden.
The Dark Room is the only place you can live out your fantasies and no one will ever know it's you. For Parker, what started out as a business transaction has turned into an addiction. For Mia, it's been a chance to discover who she truly is.
What happens in the dark will have you begging for more...

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I loved this story. Fate taking a hand even in the most risqué of circumstances and I love that the drama wasn't taken to extreme and levels that aren't relatable. Simplicity in its best form with characters that you instantly fall in love with.

Emily and James are fairly new narrators to me and I very much loved their performances. I can't wait to hear more from them.
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- Misty

Review: Dark Room by Heidi McLaughlin & L.P. Dover

A few months back I read Forever My Girl, a novel by Heidi McLaughlin. She’s one of the authors of Dark Room. The other, L.P. Dover, I’ve never read. But now that I’ve read this joint effort, I will want to check out Dover’s solo work, along with more of McLaughlin’s.

I don’t read many romances as sex-driven as Dark Room is. Normally, when a novel has too much sex in it, it turns me off of the story being told. For this book, it was never out of place, never too much, and never too often. Each scene of this nature drove the plot forward in the only way that the story could have been written. I’m was pleasantly surprised by this.

All of the characters in this book, main and secondary, were very fleshed out and I even enjoyed reading Mia’s douche of an ex. Along with the characters, these authors knew how to bring you into the setting. Whether is was inside Society X or an office, I could see each place and see the characters in the scene.

This book had some themes I enjoy in other books and other themes I’ve never quite gotten into before. Somehow, even the ones present in Dark Room that I’m not a fan of, I really liked. When authors can make that happen, they’re definitely ones to keep an eye on.
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- Robert Zimmermann

Book Details

  • Release Date: 01-17-2017
  • Publisher: Audible Studios