From New York Times and USA Today best-selling author Nicole Edwards comes the sixth searing installment in her Alluring Indulgence erotic romance series, which follows the seven Walker brothers and their sizzling-hot love interests!
Braydon Walker has always shared everything with his identical twin brother Brendon - hopes, dreams, career choices, and yes, even women. Known for tag-teaming their love interests in every way imaginable, Braydon is surprised and unnerved when he finds himself wanting to keep their newest lover all to himself. Will the twins' relationship evolve to fit this new mold, or will Braydon's desire for independence tear them apart?
Warning! This audiobook contains graphic material that is not suitable for anyone under the age of 18.
©2014 Nicole Edwards (P)2014 Blackstone Audio, Inc.
yes hes just so loving but Jess gets on nerves for a bit surely she could see what Brendon was doing
none other than the rest of the alluring indugence
no sorry can't think of one
loved the Walker brothers
"Liked it fairly well not at sexy or well performed"
Wasn't the best in the series. Good male performance. Whiney female voices
Not as many sexy scenes as the other books in series. Too many dumb misunderstandings that didn't make much sense
"Not My Favorite Walker Read"
I love reading Nicole Edwards books, she writes so really hot menage and I love reading about the Walker brothers and I am sad to say that I didn't like this one as much as I liked the previous books the last two books in this series are on my favorites list. The problem for me was Jessie was too whiney and her insecurities made me want to slap her. Braydon has always shared women with his twin Brendon, including Jessie until he fell in love with her and although she felt the same way about him she was too insecure to tell him. Brendon who was an ass knew how his brother felt about Jessie he didn't want to be left out or to lose his brother. When it gets to be too much, Braydon runs. When he returns, he realizes wants Jessie for good and will stop at nothing to make her his. They don't know how to communicate with each other, Brendon is in knots because he wants the country singer who doesn't want to be shared. I felt that the book was long and too drawn out for me. Braydon really struggled in this book and not only with his feelings for Jessie, but also with moving on while Brendon stayed stuck and using Jessie, because Cheyenne had him tied up inside. Overall the book was very well written (read) as I listened to it like all of Ms. Edwards books I am looking forward to reading about Sawyer if he is anything like he is in the previous books it is going to be a great read.
I absolutely loved this audible book! The narrators were wonderful and it was well read.
"Dump Them Both"
While Nicole Edwards is a great writer, I didn't find the twins Braydon and Brendon very interesting. At 30, these men should be able to articulate their feelings and understand how mature relationships work.
No, Braydon is secretly in love with Jessie, but continues to share her with his brother because that the way it's always been. Really? These twins grew up in a stable, loving home with parents who modeled a healthy & caring relationship, so what's their excuse?
When it takes an entire book for supposedly intelligent adult males to have a honest conversation, rather than just engaging in mindless sex, I am not entertained. The twins aren't passionate about their careers, hobbies, or any interest outside of getting laid. I wanted Jessie to dump them both and find someone better.
"Loved the Book! Love The Walkers!!"
I loved the way she interweaved all of the Walker brothers I have come to love into this story about Braydon and his twin!
When Braydon realized HE was the reason for Brendon's being unable to deal with how they were growing apart and how he needed to try to fix things!
Okay now HERE is where this book fell short of ALL of the other Books in this series! I happen to love listening when I'm driving in my car or doing other things, then reading when I can just sit and read! However, the person who was narrating for Brendon was just BAD. So bad in fact, that every time he would start reading it would take me completely out of the story, which was a first for one of Nicole Edwards books. The female narrating for Jessie and the male narrating for Braydon were fantastic, I'd like to state that fact!! It got so annoying when the narrator read for Brendon I finally STOPPED listening and read the rest of the book to completion, after about half way through, because I didn't want to be pulled out of the story any more!
Too many to count! LOL I would recommend this book and all of the books in this series! If you haven't read any of the books from this series, do yourself a favor and read them all!!
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