Flirting with Danger

  • by Cynthia Mendoza
  • Narrated by Rebecca Wolfe
  • 0 hrs and 43 mins
  • Unabridged Audiobook

Publisher's Summary

Deep in the heart of Los Angeles, a clan of dragon shifters has taken over as the local mafia, terrorizing the city and creating a huge drug problem. On her first undercover mission, a curvaceous rookie for the FBI is sent in with one mission: to seduce the clan leader, become his mate, and convince him to move the clan elsewhere. If her cover is blown, then she's dead meat, but if she can't seduce him and become his mate, the city will never be the same again. Of course, she doesn't know the first thing about seducing a man, let alone a dragon shifter, but with her life on the line, she's going to have to become a fast learner or die trying.

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ICING OFF A CAKE STORY. NO CAKE.

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I was provided this audiobook through Audiobook Boom at no charge by the author, publisher and/or narrator in exchange for an unbiased review.
First, Thank you Cynthia Mendoza for sending me this book. It was unexpected and a nice gesture. I had already bought Part One because you sent me Part Two to review and I felt I needed to know the story from the start to give a better review.
That being said, I already reviewed Part Two and now have reason to review Part One. Confused, anyone?
I love the premise of this storyline. I really do. But in truth, the short length doesn't give any author the time to develop characters and portray lasting imagery. If all you have time for is a short quick listen, then these books are for you. They're like someone relaying a gossip; only the high points are touched.

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It Was Ok

I was given this book in exchange for an unbiased review by the author. I listened to Book 2 before this one so I knew what the story would be like, I was glad that they did get together and it was interesting the twists and turns it took for them to get together. I do not like getting a whole book in parts. I would rather spend 8 hours listening to the whole story while I crochet and get my housework done than to get it in pieces. Especially when I get part 2 before I get part one. The story will probably come together when all parts are complete. Although some of the story felt rushed it will be a good story when complete. I hope that when all parts are done and the complete story is together that the parts like how quickly th H/h came together will be rewritten and more plot will be added. The narrator was good although sometimes got monotonous. She should read the entire story when it is done and be sure to add some flavor throughout.
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Book Details

  • Release Date: 07-21-2016
  • Publisher: Cynthia Mendoza