"We both want this so badly. I can feel it resonating between us like the hot pull of our first attraction, tangible and intense."
After lies and betrayal almost destroy their marriage, Dean and Olivia West reignite their blissful passion. The medieval history professor and his cherished wife are determined to fix their mistakes and fall madly in love all over again. But when Dean is forced back into a feud with his parents and siblings, he and Liv must battle events that could damage them in ways they had never imagined.
As with all marriages there are ups and downs. It is no different for Dean and Olivia. What they go through in this story is nothing some of us have experienced. Not only do they have to deal with Dean’s not so loving family but also with their own personal heartache. Find out how their strong bond helps them survive the most painful experiences a couple can go through.
I’m in love with this couple. The everyday dilemmas they face, their unconditional love for each other it’s refreshing how their strong bond keeps them together no matter what. Another most enjoyable read. Thank you Nina.
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Would you recommend this audiobook to a friend? If so, why?
Yes, to anyone who is a romance book junkie like me. I've only begun my foray into the audible book world, but I can highly recommend it for every one of your favorites.
What was one of the most memorable moments of Allure?
So many. The coat closet scene at the beginning was quite memorable. When Dean learns about the miscarriage and he is beyond destroyed with guilt, it was quite intense hearing it as opposed to just reading it.
Which scene was your favorite?
Probably the scene where Liv and Dean make love the first time and she loses her virginity after all their waiting. Dean was so patient with her and she was so scared and aroused at the same time.
Was there a moment in the book that particularly moved you?
Most definitely when Dean learned about the miscarriage. After the whole thing with Liv and Tyler, Dean always felt he'd let Liv down and didn't care for her like he should. He was so wracked with guilt and the narrator, Jay Crow, exuded the fear and frustration that filled Dean so well.
Any additional comments?
Just that I loved the narration of this book, both male and female.
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