Sinful Desire : Sinful Nights

  • by Lauren Blakely
  • Narrated by Josh Goodman
  • Series: Sinful Nights
  • 10 hrs and 41 mins
  • Unabridged Audiobook

Publisher's Summary

He's gorgeous, charming, and mysterious. She's beautiful, brilliant, and an open book. Together their chemistry is electric, but will his secrets tear them apart?
Control...It's what Ryan Sloan values most. Control of his business, control of his secrets, control of his days and nights. With the way his life spiraled in the past, he needs to stay in charge of his present.
Giving up control...It's what Sophie Winston craves. After a wildly successful career, she's stepped away from the business world and is now focused on her work as her city's most noted philanthropist. When she meets Ryan Sloan, the chemistry is scorching, and utterly undeniable. Their desire for each other runs red hot. He wants everything she's willing to give him in bed, and she wants him to take her to new heights as only he can.
Soon, he has to have more. All of her - heart, mind, and body. The only trouble is, he hasn't been honest about how he met her and the dangerous connection he has to her brother. When the truth is revealed, he'll have to give more of himself than he's bargained for or risk losing the only woman he's ever let into his heart.
Sinful Desire is book two in the New York Times best-selling Sinful Nights series. Each full-length novel is sinfully sexy, deliciously dirty, and follows a new couple.

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Most Helpful

Unreadable drivel.

What would have made Sinful Desire better?

An actual story that you could bother going past 2 hours of listening. The male and female lead characters are putrid. They are weird and pathetic and deserve each other. Her flirting and subservient nature combined with his alpha male 'I will control you" attitude are ridiculous and non-interesting stereotypes. And the email exchanges - oh dear me.


What do you think your next listen will be?

Nothing by this author. I don't know why or how they could write this junk.


How could the performance have been better?

Characters that are at least mildly interesting and narration that makes you want to read more, not throw up your lunch.


You didn’t love this book... but did it have any redeeming qualities?

No.


Any additional comments?

The storyless, mindless, gratuitous intimate scenes are creepy and a joke at the same time. Didn't make it past the second lot of email exchanges. After enduring the first lot, they did me in on this book.

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- Scott

Ugh!

If I didn't know better, I would think this was written by a man. I'm surprising myself in saying this, but there was just too much focus on sex and the kind of sex that I don't find hot. Every scene where he was going to masturbate onto her made me cringe. Her loving being tied up while giving him oral sex and her eyes are tearing up from him thrusting too deep down her throat...no thanks. I'm not shy about sex or even playful s&m. This felt way too detached for me. It lacked the human connection & vulnerability that would have made it engaging. I like this author and am surprised how much I hated this book. The story with Ryan's family is intriguing and I'll see if the next one is better.
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- AMY KITTER

Book Details

  • Release Date: 11-17-2015
  • Publisher: Lauren Blakely Books