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The pulse-pounding conclusion to the best-selling series that doesn't have to be listened in order!
Twenty-three year-old Alice is stuck in a ho-hum marriage, bored with quickie vanilla sex. So she and her husband, Lewis, sign a contract with the notorious Hellfire Club in order to inject some spice into their love life.
But things get dicey when Alice's most decadent fantasies are brought to life, and she begins to fear that they'll never be allowed to leave.
The third short novel in the 50 Shades of Alice trilogy, this descent into naughtiness features the same colorful characters, kinky thrills, and offbeat humor as the previous best-selling titles.
This is erotica for smart people who like to laugh, just like you.
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- LaKevia Moore
The worst of the series
I was excited to see this title and purchased without hesitation as the other books were written so well. This book did not hold my attention and I fast-forwarded through the last hour just to get it over with and done. I will continue to listen to the other books from this writer but I was so disappointed in this book, I’m going to ask Audible to remove it from my titles.
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- sabreena conyers
it was way beyond what the other two books were and didn't even include the characters from wonderland. There where a lot of different characters which started out fun, but then in the middle of the book I had to stop trying to listen because it was bringing me back to a past I did not remember. I was expecting sex and all different types but not torcher and forced upon her.
- Randy W.
It's ok... but,
Not quite as good as the first two in the series. The change in narration also did little for the overall appeal of the piece. And FAR too many puns, even for a parody bit.