Taming the Storm : The Storm

  • by Samantha Towle
  • Narrated by Aletha George, Nelson Hobbs
  • Series: The Storm
  • 10 hrs and 58 mins
  • Unabridged Audiobook

Publisher's Summary

Her father has let her down her whole life. Her brother betrayed her in the worst way possible. And her past relationship experiences with men have been less than great. Now Lyla is pouring all her energy into her band, Vintage. So when they receive an offer to sign with TMS Records, it seems that things are finally turning around. The last thing that Lyla wants is a man getting in the way. Tom Carter loves women. More accurately, Tom enjoys screwing lots of women. After Vintage's manager breaks her leg skiing, Tom steps in as tour manager, and Lyla finds herself on tour with the man-whore of rock. Put one perpetually horny Tom and one sex-resistant Lyla together, and it equals a recipe for disaster. Or so you'd think. But a friendship is formed - a closeness neither of them expected. Will the sex storm that is Tom Carter finally find himself tamed by the rock chick with a hardened heart?

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Good , but not great!

This was super good...but just not on the same level as Jake and Tru's story. I honestly think it was the narration... If maybe just one narrator would have read this, I could stay in character better. IDK... plus the whole I want you so bad, but no, your a whore thing...was a bit much in the beginning... Plus we all know Tom as the horn dog...but in this, he was just so not Tom... Like I said...it was good...but not great..

Definitely worth a credit, but maybe not a buy... yes to sale...most definitely...
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- Candateshia Pafford

Such a disappointment

I really don't have any positive things to say about this audiobook. I liked Jake and Tru's story well enough to buy this book. I just couldn't understand either character. I didn't accept the reasons for attraction between the characters were believable. The lead female was grossly immature and annoying and 'great rack' aside, not worth pursuing even for a self professed man slut. Not enough time was put into making either of the characters likeable. The intimate scenes were bland. The female reader didn't help the book to be more appealing, but to be honest, I doubt any reader could have improved it. I'm hoping this is a road bump of a book put out by Samantha Towle and that she puts more effort into her next one.
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- Tina

Book Details

  • Release Date: 09-15-2014
  • Publisher: Tantor Audio