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Publisher's Summary

They are his inspiration. He is their obsession.
Icon, rebel, unabashed romantic…. With a single look, painter Thomas Rodin conveys the ecstasy of creativity—the pleasures awaiting the woman who can fuel his artistry.
The Innocent:
"What did this master artist see in me? Genius abided in his soul, rapture in his flesh—I doubted not. To refuse him…my folly. To surrender…my sensual salvation."
The Upstart:
"I chafed at the bonds of servitude until he set me free. I turned my back on all that I knew to follow him and found myself between two men—master and student—one whom I loved with my heart…the other with my body."
The Courtesan:
"I understood, perhaps better than any, his needs. I stoked the fires of his soul, the spark of his creativity—he made me a legend. But never could I forget his searing touch…."
Three transcendent tales of women bewitched by a master of seduction—a slave as much to his art as to his boundless passion.
©2010 Amanda McIntyre (P)2010 Audible, Inc.
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5 out of 5 stars
By Amazon Customer on 07-07-10

Well written story with sensuality

This book is worth listenning to. 3 different women tell their stoires when meeting T.Roden. All characters learn a lesson about themselves throuigh their experiences and desire for more. I found this book to be romantic with sexual lacing.

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3 out of 5 stars
By sharktail on 02-16-11

Neither Here Nor There

The first story was simply okay with a great narrator. The second story's narrator had the worst Scottish accent I have ever heard in my life and her voice was very rough for a woman. I don't know what country that accent was from but it was not Europe. All in all, the stories were neither here nor there. A little less than ordinary pass time.

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