Sarah's Seduction : Men of August

  • by Lora Leigh
  • Narrated by Summer Roberts
  • Series: Men of August
  • 10 hrs and 55 mins
  • Unabridged Audiobook

Publisher's Summary

On a hot summer night six years before, Brock August showed Sarah Tate a passion that would nearly destroy her. But fear and innocence drove her from his arms and into a marriage she neither wanted nor found happiness in. Now Sarah is free and she wants that night she lost. One night, a few stolen hours to know the heat and passion of the man she never forgot. But Brock has other plans in mind. A secret, a passion, a desire his brothers share. A desire Sarah will be unable to deny. That is, if she can escape the dark designs of the stalker intent on destroying the August men.


Audible Editor Reviews

Sarah tasted Brock's passion when she was young, and now that she's divorced she wants him again. But can she deal with Brock's unusual sexual needs? And will the August men avoid the wrath of the stalker so intent on destroying them? Summer Roberts' narration turns up the heat on Lora Leigh's erotic novel Sarah's Seduction, the second installment in the Men of August series. With her unique ability to voice the desires that are palpable in this novel, Roberts will leave listeners hungry for the next installment.


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Customer Reviews

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The series continues

What made the experience of listening to Sarah's Seduction the most enjoyable?

Hearing the book was different than reading it and I liked getting into the story with the narrators voice.

What did you like best about this story?

I find it focus' more on the love between Brock and Sarah rather than just the sex.

Which character – as performed by Summer Roberts – was your favorite?

All of them!

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- Christine "Say something about yourself!"

Good writing, damaged plot

Spoiler alert! This is the 2nd in a series about brothers who were abused as boys and now NEED to have sex with the same woman in order to feel normal. It was just too weird for me; sex as therapy for rape??? The brothers and their woman were well written characters with the exception of this bizarre storyline. This could have been a good romantic suspense novel, set on a ranch with lots of cowboys and snappy dialogue. I kept waiting for someone to wake up and get counseling, then live happily ever after. NOT!
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- Rusty "Great Books Don't Promote Violence"

Book Details

  • Release Date: 09-17-2013
  • Publisher: Audible Studios