Lust : The Fight Club

  • by Becca Jameson
  • Narrated by Annie Chapman
  • Series: The Fight Club
  • 7 hrs and 25 mins
  • Unabridged Audiobook

Publisher's Summary

Abby Burns has a new life in Vegas. She's got a great job as a dealer in a casino. New friends. Awesome house. Everything is going smooth, until she gets pinned under the back porch trying to rescue some kittens.
Zane Randolf is an EMT. He also has it all - great job, awesome group of guys he fights MMA with, and a membership to the local BDSM club. He's also the last holdout of the six member of The Fight Club, still not in a serious relationship with a woman.
When Zane arrives to rescue a woman trapped under her back porch, he almost swallows his tongue at the first sight of her fine legs and sexy butt. If that isn't enough, Abby can't seem to stay out of trouble. He has to rescue her yet again the following week from an accident.
Abby's initial reluctance to start a relationship with Zane is caused by her skewed view of BDSM. Her only local friend, Lauren, has fallen into the wrong hands with the local head of the Russian mob. If Lauren's experiences are anything to go by, Abby wants nothing to do with the BDSM scene.
When Lauren breaks off her relationship with the mobster, she has nowhere to turn but Abby. But, the Russians don't take "no" for an answer. They are out for revenge, and they will stop at nothing to get what they want.
No one is safe from their retaliation - including Abby and Zane.

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Narration!

The story was fine, but the narrator & characters sounded drunk. These are dominant fighters, & they sound close to passing out. Awful!
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- Patricia

Lusting for Zane but not so much for the narrator!

Any additional comments?

The story of Zane and Abby was intriguing only if you can get passed the narrator. I think that if there was a better narrator or even a female and male narrator the story would have progressed a lot better. If you have listen to other books in the series, you know the roundabout of what these men are about (bdsm/mma fighters with average daily lives). It would have been a better read than a listen. The story can be predictable at times but there are still cliffhangers making you wonder what is going to happen next. Becca Jameson ends her books in ways you know there will be another. There is light BDSM and more story, so if you are looking for a full on BDSM book this is not for you. If you are looking for a love story built around a Dom and newly found submissive, and the trials and tribulations that consume their everyday life then this book is for you.

I, honestly, think Becca Jameson needs to find another narrator besides Annie Chapman. I have definitely heard better and I am disappointed that by now she hasn’t realized this narrator does not suit her stories.

This book will not be a return listen. If I feel the need to read a Becca Jameson book again, I will do it with a paperback or hopefully by then there will be another narrator. I wouldn’t waste a credit on the audible version. The story would be way more appreciated if you read it yourself.

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- Dana

Book Details

  • Release Date: 10-14-2015
  • Publisher: Hartwood Publishing Group