• by Kim Karr
  • Narrated by Lucy Rivers
  • 14 hrs and 46 mins
  • Unabridged Audiobook

Publisher's Summary

Phoebe St. Claire has devoted herself to saving her family's hotel empire, but her best efforts have not been good enough. With her whole world in turmoil, the tenacious go-getter turns to the once love of her life. Far from innocent, Jeremy McQueen was the guy from the wrong side of the tracks who her parents would never have approved of. Their years apart have only made the sexy bad boy more irresistible than ever - and their reunion is explosive. When Phoebe asks Jeremy to help her salvage her family business, he agrees immediately, with only one condition - he wants her in his bed. But soon surprising circumstances leave Phoebe reeling. Was this fairy-tale romance just too good to be true? Will Jeremy's secrets pull them apart all over again?


What the Critics Say

"Readers will be immediately sucked into Karr's latest." (RT Book Reviews)


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Customer Reviews

Most Helpful

One InTOXICating love story!

This was one inTOXICating love story!!! Prepare to have your emotions put through the ringer! This story totally blew me away! I fell in love with Jeremy & Phoebe's story from the very beginning and then from there I felt all the emotions Phoebe went through. Toxic was my first Kim Karr novel and I will absolutely be reading more of her books. The way she weaves a story together is amazing!
I absolutely loved this book and all the characters included. They made for one hell of a story! Jeremy & Phoebe's love was definitely inspiring and an example of just how far you will go for the one you love!
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- Laura McMillin

I can't stand to listen anymore

Seriously! I made myself keep listening hoping it would get better? Grow on me? Something! But Lucy Rivers' dialogue voice is soooo bad I have no idea if I like this story or not. I had to quit listening before even getting to 30%. Her narration is ok but her dialogue voice is awful. Phoebe is too girly - irritating - and her voice for any male in the story comes across robotic. Poor Jeremy sounds so flat and emotionless. Thankfully I didn't waste a credit on this! Just no.
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- CMack

Book Details

  • Release Date: 09-16-2015
  • Publisher: Tantor Audio