Enthrall

  • by Vanessa Fewings
  • Narrated by Abra Neville
  • 8 hrs and 21 mins
  • Unabridged Audiobook

Publisher's Summary

Mia Lauren is a single, 21-year old working in a West Hollywood art store who dreams of one day becoming a fashion designer. When an unexpected offer arises to work at Enthrall, L.A.'s premier fetish club for the wealthy, Mia accepts. It's a salary beyond her wildest imagination. Mia becomes the secretary to the club's assistant director, blond and broody Richard Booth. Richard is not only one of L.A.'s most beautiful and wealthiest men, he is also the club's senior dominant. Mia is both drawn and terrified when he reveals flashes of his white-hot passion, threatening an unbound pleasure like no other. She knows her attraction may be her undoing, but the spellbinding feelings render her powerless to resist his advances. What Mia cannot know is that Enthrall's dashing director, 30-year-old Cameron Cole, who is also the club's psychiatrist, has lured Mia to save his best friend and patient Richard from his obsession with thrill seeking. Cameron masterfully sets up sexy scenarios to ensure the collision of Richard and Mia, hoping that love will save him. However, despite Cameron's noble intentions, he also finds himself enticed by Mia's haunting innocence. Passion and pleasure stir, forming a dangerous love triangle. This is the world of the forbidden. This is the embrace of Enthrall.

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A Breathtaking Story of True Passion

Where does Enthrall rank among all the audiobooks you’ve listened to so far?

The audiobook of Enthrall delivered a top notch performance of a genuinely moving novel. I enjoyed every minute.


What was one of the most memorable moments of Enthrall?

When Richard takes Mia to visit a Buddhist temple in Los Angeles. The moment demonstrates the balance the author pulls off between the physical and the psychological.


What does Abra Neville bring to the story that you wouldn’t experience if you just read the book?

There's a subtly and range to Abra Neville that goes beyond the expected competent reading of text. I really felt as though Mia was sharing her story directly with me. Abra Neville made the experience intimate and worth recommending. Mia came alive. Pure and simple.


Was there a moment in the book that particularly moved you?

The time spent in Napa Valley made me realize fully that this story wasn't just another erotic romance. It was an emotional, arousing journey.


Any additional comments?

The discovery of the audiobook of Enthrall was rewarding, and I'm thrilled that the author continues the story in additional novels. In addition, from what I've read online, Vanessa Fewings has novellas of this dynamic world in the works to add to the trilogy already available. What a pleasure! :)

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- Alouette

This book is a great drinking game, keyword "said"

This book wasn’t for you, but who do you think might enjoy it more?

Someone who doesn't mind the word "said" being over-used in dialogue. It was rather distracting.


How did the narrator detract from the book?

I really like her narration but did not change her voice with other characters. At times it got confusing.


What reaction did this book spark in you? Anger, sadness, disappointment?

Eye rolls.


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- caroline

Book Details

  • Release Date: 11-13-2014
  • Publisher: VMK