Here, presented in one audiobook, is Resist Me, a seriously hot and provocative romance by Lucia Jordan, written in her signature style of high passion, with searing depictions of sex and emotion.
In college, Cheyanne had a choice between dating either Mark or Brett, one a popular football player, the other mysterious, intimidating and aloof. In the end she chose Mark, only to discover she had wasted years of her life when she caught Mark cheating on her.
Finally she's gotten her life back on track and finds herself walking into the law internship of her dreams. But when she realizes the owner of this prestigious law firm, the man who is now her boss, is that same Brett from college, all the familiar feelings of attraction mixed with intimidation return.
Brett is more formidable than ever and just as mysterious and sexy as he was all those years ago. And when his deep desires are revealed to her, she finally understands the nervous tension he'd always managed to arouse in her.
Is this the chance for Cheyanne to make up for the mistake she made back in college? And will she be brave enough to submit to Brett this time?
This audiobook contains very hot and explicit descriptions of romantic activity. Only mature listeners should download this book.
Lucia Jordan is a writer who believes sex must be celebrated and enjoyed! Every other subject in the world seems fit for literature and art whereas sex and sexuality, something that concerns us all, is only now starting to emerge and become accepted in the mainstream. Lucia endeavors to be as comprehensive about the sexual imagination as possible by writing short stories and novellas that are entertaining and full of amazing characters, fantastic settings, sexualities, and of course, lots and lots of sex. She hopes you enjoy her work so she can keep writing about what she loves to do.
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Interesting audiobook. Wishing this was the full book.the narrator was good only if she could moderate her tones for male and female. Couldn't really tell who was speaking at a time cos the voices all sounded the same.Nonetheless I truly enjoyed listening.
Life is a mystical journey. JK (1996)
For a Dom Sub story it starts a bit too light and airy. But it was a pleasant listen.
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