Flirting with Disaster/Fanning the Flames
- Narrated by: Celeste Ciulla
- Length: 11 hrs and 23 mins
- Unabridged Audiobook
- Release date: 03-03-15
- Language: English
- Publisher: Recorded Books
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Artist Isabelle West has good reasons for preferring a solitary life. Tucked away in a cabin in the woods, she has everything she needs...except a red-hot love life. That is until a hard-bodied US marshal threatens to unearth secrets she's spent years protecting. But giving in to the sparks flying between them can only lead to one thing: disaster.
Tom Duncan lives by the letter of the law. But no one has tempted him - or confused him - more than free-spirited Isabelle, who arouses his suspicion and his desire. As their connection grows,and their nights get hotter, they find their wild attraction might shake everything he stands for - and expose everything she has to hide.
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By Amanda on 01-10-17
Huge thumbs up for sex- positive female characters
I have to give the author kudos for being one among very very few writers to portray women who are confident and unapologetic in regard to their sexuality. You won't find any of the cringe worthy "oh god I slept with him I'm such a slut" or "what will he think of me if sometimes I wanna just f**k rather than make love" in this book. If you're like me and you've returned a million books precisely because they portray women as passive and frail creatures who need to be talked into sex or "taught" by men that's it's ok to be sexual, then you'll really enjoy the sex-positive female characters in this book.
That said, the plots were good but I enjoy slightly more complicated plot lines so this isn't the most exciting book I've ever listened to. The only other problem is that the narration wasn't as good as it could be. It was ok in general, but my main problem with it was the female character's voice in the first book. It was pretty annoying and awful, which Is too bad. That said, I was able to get over it after a while, which isn't always the case in other books I've listened to.
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