Ground & Pound

  • by Emily Minton, Alexis Noelle
  • Narrated by Logan McAllister
  • 5 hrs and 6 mins
  • Unabridged Audiobook

Publisher's Summary

Kane Travis is one of the most successful fighters in the UFC. His name is known worldwide. Men want to be him, and women just want him. All Kane wants is the heavyweight title. Nothing else matters to him, not until he sees Emmy twirling around a pole.
Kane has one rule: Never give anyone else control. He doesn't let anyone in, especially women. The night he meets Emmy, he knows she is more dangerous than any opponent he has ever fought.
Emmy Sanders will do anything to care for her younger brother, even taking her clothes off at a seedy strip club. Ever since their parents' deaths, she has been the sole provider for them both. All Emmy wants is to get her brother through college. Nothing else matters to her, until she sees Kane sitting at the end of the stage.
Emmy has to have control over every aspect of her life. There is a time and place for everything, and she never wavers from her plan. The night she meets Kane, she knows he is more dangerous than anyone she has ever met.
Adult content not suitable for those under the age of 18, including but not limited to: sexual situations, foul language, and violence.


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I was gifted this book in exchange for an honest review.

Enjoyable enough listen. World building and writing skill was upper grade. The storyline was common but well told and used a lot of cliche and unrealistic situations. Even with that, the romance was sweet with a HEA.

Logan McAllister has a wonderfully sexy voice. He does a good female but he only uses it for the quotes, not the perspectives. I occasionally was mixed up as to who's head I was in :)

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- sheryl beauchemin

Good story and narration

Would you try another book from Emily Minton and Alexis Noelle and/or Logan McAllister?

Yes. This was my first book from these authors and the story was pretty good.

What do you think the narrator could have done better?

I think the narration was good but it could have benefited from a female and male narrator since it is dual pov. That being said I think the narrator did a good job with the female voices and a really good job with the male voices.

Was Ground & Pound worth the listening time?

I think it was. I listened to it in about one siting and I was invested in the story. If you dont mind dual pov with one narrator, I think you should check this one out.

Any additional comments?

Copy provided for review by Audiobook boom.

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- Danielle A

Book Details

  • Release Date: 08-23-2016
  • Publisher: Alexis Noelle