The Muse

  • by Meghan O’Brien
  • Narrated by Emily Beresford
  • 10 hrs and 30 mins
  • Unabridged Audiobook

Publisher's Summary

Erotica author Kate McMannis has crippling writer's block and a deadline in less than two months. When a beautiful woman named Erato appears at her house and claims to be her muse, Kate isn't certain whether Erato is mentally ill or truly her supernatural savior. Either way, when the incredible sex Erato offers leads to genuine inspiration, Kate isn't inclined to refuse her unusual brand of help. When a little fantasy fulfillment with Erato inadvertently leads her to the shy and gorgeous Olive Johnson, unexpected feelings threaten to derail Kate's motivation once again. Erato is just as determined to keep her writing on track as Kate is to explore her very real attraction to Olive - which leads to friction that threatens not only Kate's ability to meet her deadline but also her burgeoning romance with Olive. Caught between a contractual obligation and her heart, is there any way for Kate to have it all?


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Customer Reviews

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A diffeerent view of a MUSE

If you could sum up The Muse in three words, what would they be?

Unexpected, Sobering, and Weird

Who was your favorite character and why?

All actually Kate, Olive and of course Erato (the muse)

What does Emily Beresford bring to the story that you wouldn’t experience if you just read the book?

She was very good with voices and emotions, and you always knew who was speaking. Made it enjoyable

If you were to make a film of this book, what would the tag line be?

The Muse is a Devil

Any additional comments?

Meghan O'Brien writes amazing lesbian themed stories. She really took the thought of what most of us believe a muse should be and gave it a real shake and twist. I enjoyed this story and the surprise twists and turns. Loved the ending

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- Bonnie


You know what I hate? When a character is black the narrator takes it upon themselves to do a 'black accent' even though there is no accent written into the words. It's like a narrator deciding to do a random British accent. Why?? It's jarring and weird and unnecessary.
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- Michelle A. Evans

Book Details

  • Release Date: 08-26-2015
  • Publisher: Audible Studios