Giving in to You : The Giving Trilogy

  • by L.M. Carr
  • Narrated by Tracy Marks
  • Series: The Giving Trilogy
  • 10 hrs and 30 mins
  • Unabridged Audiobook

Publisher's Summary

Second grade teacher Mia Delaney isn't looking for love. In fact, she isn't looking for anything at all because life hasn't been fair. Everything - the idea of love, her hopes and dreams - was ripped away in a single night.
Arrogant yet sexy Adam Lawson makes the move to a small town in an attempt to escape life in the city. Here he hopes to provide a fresh start for those he loves and protects with a vow to never let anyone get close enough to hurt them again.
A chance encounter with Miss Delaney begins a relentless pursuit that has Adam breaking his own rules when he makes an offer she simply can't refuse. Despite her internal struggles, Mia knows there's no denying the attraction between them.
But when acquaintances become friends and friends become enemies, Adam's need to protect those around him becomes even more crucial. Will the tangled web of lies and betrayal combined with past insecurities become too much for them to handle?

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Customer Reviews

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Awesome narration!

Absolutely loved this book! The characters are amazing and you will fall in love with Mia & Adam! Can't wait to find out the rest of their story! Mia is a very strong woman to have dealt with all that she has; how much heartbreak can one person survive?! This is an amazing story and you will feel the emotions..... what a ride!
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- Laura McMillin

Giving in

What about Tracy Marks’s performance did you like?

Tracy is a narrator whose work I have enjoyed in the past.

She has a great way of narrating different characters, accents, emotions etc.
Mia and Adam had their ups and downs in the book and you felt it mainly thanks for Tracy's narration.

Tracy's narration added to my enjoyment of the book.


Was Giving in to You worth the listening time?

Yes.

It features Mia who is strong and independent.

I liked the fact she wasn't the timid schoolteacher. She has strength.
The best parts of the book were listening to Mia and Adam talk, and her leaving Adam baffled at her not falling at his feet.

Another thing I loved about her was the fact she enjoyed a healthy sex life.

I admired LM Carr for writing a strong heroine in the genre, who doesn't get to experience good sex only with the hero.

We need more heroines who enjoy life to the fullest before, during and after meeting their partner.


Any additional comments?

A very enjoyable book.

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- Inga Deborah James

Book Details

  • Release Date: 05-30-2016
  • Publisher: LM Carr