When I'm With You : Because You Are Mine

  • by Beth Kery
  • Narrated by Anne Delaroche
  • Series: Because You Are Mine
  • 13 hrs and 25 mins
  • Unabridged Audiobook

Publisher's Summary

New York Times best-selling author Beth Kery's blistering new novel of a man and a woman bound by the scandalous secrets of the past - and by the sexual hunger that still fuels their uncontrollable desires.…
Out-of-control party girl and wealthy socialite Elise Martin has come to Chicago to prove to herself and the rest of the world that her life is truly worthwhile. But she never dreamed she'd find herself at the erotic mercy of the dynamic and wealthy Lucien Lenault, her girlhood crush, an irresistible enigma who renders women powerless and vulnerable…not to mention wholly insatiable. But Elise isn't just any woman. She's used to playing with fire, and for her, discovering Lucien's secrets is all part of the game. What brought Lucien to Chicago with a new name and a new identity? Who is Ian Noble, the provocative new stranger in Lucien's shadow? And why has Lucien taken to following him in the night?
As the two of them get deeper into a dangerous sexual dance, Lucien can't help but wonder if the exquisite firestorm that Elise has ignited could not only expose his secrets, but draw him dangerously close to the edge and leave both their futures in ashes.

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I Tried

I tried real hard to make it through this book. Sadly it didn't happen. The summary of the book is misleading. I imagined the female lead of this story to be a much diffent type of woman and I expected the story to be way more exciting. It's way too boring for me to even tolerate listening to all of it.

Don't waste your credit.
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- Leesa "I've always been a avid reader so now I'm a avid listener. I prefer the paranormal genre but I do like to switch things up. It's boring if you don't have variety. Of course I do love the romance and the hotter the better. Also, you can't beat a good thriller filled with suspense and a ending you can't even guess at until the very end."

Because the narration was so difficult...Oui Oui

Where to begin?

Elise is a former party girl who has been spoiled by her parents until they stop there financial support. Lucien is a former companion who feels that she would benefit from some discipline.

The discipline concept being very similar to 50 shades right down to the riding crop and of course we find out that Elise is actually a virgin. (Oh Lucien....How could you have been so mistaken)

It's not that the similarities are of overwhelming in plot but in style. Still worth a listen except for one thing ...narration. It really is that bad. I understand that the main characters are from France but the accent or affect or dialect is so overdone that you literally will miss words. It's more than merely off putting.
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- Karissa

Book Details

  • Release Date: 09-03-2013
  • Publisher: Penguin Audio