New York Times best-selling author Tara Sue Me’s Submissive series is an international sensation. Now, Abby and Nathaniel’s story continues with their romantic wedding and a honeymoon too hot to believe…
Submitting her body was only the beginning.
Abby King didn’t know true passion until she gave herself to Nathaniel West, one of New York City’s most eligible bachelors and desired Dominants. Now, on the eve of her marriage, she realizes all her dreams are coming true. And with a romantic honeymoon getaway planned at a secluded Swiss chalet, she’s sure Nathaniel will find even more fantasies to fulfill…
Nathaniel never thought he’d settle down until Abby broke down his barriers and changed his plans. With their wedding only weeks away, he can barely wait to possess her completely - heart, body, and soul - and show her the true meaning of being both a wife and a submissive.
Only Abby has one more challenge in store before she becomes his: no sex and no collar for one month before the wedding. Nathaniel is willing to give it a shot but he has one scandalous stipulation—once that month is up, anything goes…
©2014 Tara Sue Me (P)2014 Penguin
I liked hearing how Nathaniel & Abigail spent their honeymoon. Filled in the gaps in the previous book. Angelica Lee & William Sharpe narrated well but at times I felt they were a bit monotone.
"a bit disappointed."
not so good as all the other books in the series of Nathaniel and Abby. I would have loved to hear more about what they were doing in there honeymoon instead of only hearing about their sexlife. to much sex to little history in my point of view.
I love this series. It had the content of fifty shades with quality writing. I can't wait for the next.
"Hot and wanting more"
Love this brief check in with Abby and Nathaniel. This book makes you hot and ready for more more more!!
I loved reading this series and this was another great part to the story, following the turbulent, deep relationship between Abby and Nathanial has been a great experience that could go on.
I love the friction of heat between Abby and Nathanial as they abstain from having any sex a month before they get married.
The narrators make the book more real and enjoyable because they give the characters a personality and not every narrator chosen for a book is the right pick but Angelica Lee and William Sharpe do a fantastic job with The Chalet.
No, the whole book was moving.
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