Pure Lust: The Complete Series Box Set

  • by M. S. Parker, Cassie Wild
  • Narrated by A.C. Edwards
  • 15 hrs and 47 mins
  • Unabridged Audiobook

Publisher's Summary

Gabriella Baine has a way with words. She dreams of one day becoming a staff writer for the biggest TV shows. But dreams don't pay rent and during a job interview at one of the largest modeling agencies in the country, she meets fashion photographer, Flynn McCreary.
Sparks fly and there's an intense, visceral pure lust that culminates in the hottest sex Gabriella's ever experienced.
Soon afterwards, Flynn's gone and once again she realize that her wish for Prince Charming will never come true.
Then she meets the handsome, romantic and mysterious Edward, a man who seems to have it all but is also keeping secrets that could destroy any chance of Gabriella ever finding her happily ever after.


See More Like This

Customer Reviews

Most Helpful


First, when a book is entirely told from the heroine's POV you'd think that they'd get a female narrator - right? wrong!! and I just don't understand why not as it would've been a far better listen if they had. Next comes Gabriella the frustrating heroine.. she was so weak and not at all likeable - she had mind blowing sex with Flynn then shortly after that got engaged to his half brother Edward WHILE thinking about Flynn. She moved in and continued to physically commit to unsuspecting Edward while mentally dreaming of and secretly panting for Flynn.. and eventually she cheated. Third.. descriptions were lacking and my mental images had gaping blanks. Fourth.. Gabriella's bff was no friend - although I don't blame Edward at all!! Fifth (and final).. the title (and cover) were deceiving.. this was not pure lust - yes, there were sex scenes but they were only sprinkled throughout the plot.

Worth a credit? For me NO it wasn't - but just because this book didn't ring my particular bell who knows - it may well be your next great listen.
Read full review


Happy Ever Ick

It was weird to have a male reader for books told from a females POV. The whole time I was hoping that this is the chapter we get the male POV. As for the story it seemed to get drawn out. I think I was just getting frustrated with the cluelessness of everyone. Gabiella was a mixed bag for me. I liked it when she stood up for herself, but I hated that she was so self righteous. The book was just good enough to keep you listening while thinking when's this going to end.
Read full review

- Crystalew

Book Details

  • Release Date: 12-23-2016
  • Publisher: Belmonte Publishing