Emily: Sex & Sensibility is a steamy romance novel by USA Today best-selling Author Sandra Marton. Emily Wilde is smart, well-educated and beautiful. She's led a privileged life. Now she's determined to make it on her own in Manhattan. Marco Santini grew up dirt poor in a Sicilian slum. Now he has everything. He's gorgeous. He's rich. He's powerful. And he has all the beautiful women a man could ask for. Then, one rainy night, he sees a woman standing alone on a deserted New York street corner. Emily is clearly in need of help, but she's not foolish enough to step into Marco's chauffeured Mercedes. It takes a lot of convincing before she agrees to let him drive her to her apartment. He swears he's not going to do anything he shouldn't and he means it - but she's in his arms before they can stop themselves. Still, it's only a kiss, just one kiss in a moment torn out of time. That's what Emily and Marco both think. But Fate has other plans, starting with an unexpected job offer and a business trip to Paris that explodes in a passion so hot it will change everything - everything but the web of lies that traps them both....
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I loved the story both writen And audiBle. It got really addicting once u start u can't stop util u finish.
I would compare it to othe story by the same writer. Sandra is an awesome writer the makes u feel the story to the finest details.
I likes the speaker. It was clear and she did good job.
I the begging it made me laugh and giggle a lot. Toward the end it become intanse
Wish all the best to a great writer and awesome speaker.
Hearing in believing
I enjoyed the way Marco found love again and Emily found that it is okay to be herself because the world is the one with the problem.
Emily was my favorite character because although she wanted to find her own way she still was human with a vulnerability and sassyiness
Yes if she did just a woman narrated book. I was very indifferent of her changing into th male role because it didn't feel natural but more forced.
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