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Our marriage vows shatter when Dustin Cardwell, the man I saved myself for, looks me in the eye and tells me I failed between the sheets.
Our marriage ends before the ink dries, before the scent of my bouquet fades, before the candles in our honeymoon suite burn out.
Three months later, I'm divorced and working as a massage therapist on the LaClaire Cruise Ship, headed for the Caribbean. I'm desperate to get away, to lick my wounds in private. I'm not looking to be another man's disappointment.
Until Bryant LaClaire invades my space and makes my panties melt. The moment our eyes meet, he makes it clear I'm his girl of the moment.
Drawing me in with his charm and good looks, he promises to repair my sexual self-esteem while satisfying his own needs. A few LaClaire nights is all he can give. Nothing more, nothing less. It's an offer my body can't resist.
But when my heart lures me into the heart and world of a man who carries a devastating secret, I know I'm in danger of returning home with more pain than I'd left with.
LaClaire Nights is a steamy full-length, standalone novel with a happy ending.
Warning: Due to sexual situations and adult content, this audiobook is not intended for listeners under the age of 18.
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By Rhonda on 09-02-17
Worth the read
What did you love best about LaClaire Nights?
I like how Bryant grew as a man and as a person.
Who was your favorite character and why?
Grace, she picked herself up after her devastation and went on to heal her wounds and find out she is strong and beautiful.
What about Tracy Marks’s performance did you like?
Tracy was very good. I would be happy to listen to one of her performances again.
Any additional comments?
I was voluntarily provided this free review copy audiobook by the author, narrator, or publisher.
1 of 1 people found this review helpful
By Suzanne on 03-12-18
Good story but narrator was terrible for me.
This would have been a much better experience if there was a different narrator. From the beginning and all the way through the entire book the narrator was whiny, breathy and adding some sort of sound to the end of every other sentence. I had to speed up the reading time to get through it. Other people really like this narrator, but she hurt my brain.
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By A D. on 09-24-17
Romance at Sea
What starts as an awful wedding night celebration leading to a divorce for Grace, turns into a gentle, lengthy foreplay with Bryant LaClaire, her boss and a consummate player with full heartbreak potential. Grace, suffering from a lack of confidence and the inability to see herself clearly, doesn't stand an chance against her attraction to Bryant, except he doesn't stand a chance either. Sex is only the beginning. Both have issues that they need to work through before they can give each other a chance.
To be honest, there isn't anything really unique about this billionaire romance. It is pure escapism and it meets the readers expectations for this genre. It has its two protagonists who the reader cannot help but like, a steady build-up, a lot of problems and challenges, and then the HEA. Overall, it is satisfactory.
This book was given to me for free at my request and I provided this voluntary review.
By LilleyLoohLah on 09-10-17
Sparks fly on the LeClaire
Enjoyable, predictable read following Grace, who after marrying her friend discovers that it takes more than friendship to make sparks fly in the bedroom. After her first sexual encounter leaves her letdown, embarrassed and divorce she decides a change of scenery is in order and takes a 6 week job on a cruise ship as a masseuse. Here she learns that she is not quite the failure in bed that she was led to believe, sparks fly when she meets the ships owner Bryant LeClaire. Neither Grace nor Bryant are looking for more than a hook up, but as we know, things never seem to go as planned. Both Bryant and Grace are dealing with demons from their past, Grace especially deals well with an overbearing mother and a complete loser of an ex husband. As usual Tracy Marks does an admiral job of narrating both male and female points of view. I received an audio copy of this book via Audiobook Boom in exchange for an honest review.