She was forbidden.
I didn't care.
As my best friend's little sister, Macey Hale was off-limits. Tempting as sin and forbidden. I wish I could say that stopped me. I wish I could tell you I'd behave like a gentleman.
When she waltzes back into my life with that same spark I fell for, looking every bit the beautiful woman I knew she'd grow into, I have to force myself to remember I'm different from the man she once knew. I'm colder. Harder. And for good reason.
With my heart on lockdown, and my hands aching to touch her, I set out to prove that I can keep myself in check this time.
No strings. No attachments.
And definitely no falling for her again.
If you like steamy love stories, you won't want to miss this older brother's best friend romance.
This is book two in the Lessons with the Dom series, following The Gentleman Mentor. Both are complete stand-alone novels featuring sexy Dominant men you're sure to fall in love with. Enjoy!
©2015 Kendall Ryan (P)2015 Kendall Ryan
Have enjoyed reading listening sinfully mine lessons with Don Volume 2
By Kendall Ryan
I can't wait read more Kendall Ryan and listen to more of her stories
I was very excited to listened to Reece's book. He is a Dom with a damaged heart. Macey is his best friends sister and looking for a new start, well ok maybe a new start with her old life. She wants to rekindle what they had when she was a teenager and he is trying very hard to protect is heart. Their story is sexy and sweet!!
I was VERY disappointed when I realized the narrator was different from book 1. This narrator read way to fast and it was hard to tell when Reece was thinking something or saying it. Her voice was fine but her male voice didn't have much range at all and it was a little nasally.
"Not really bdsm"
There is nothing submissive about Maysie and nothing bdsm about their encounters. Just two people having sex it's not a very good nor interesting story
"Good story, bad recording"
In this digital day and age you would think the reader and producer would actually listen to the story and hear all the recording issues. Bad editing of poorly recorded words where I, the listener, hear all the missed cues, swallows by the reader, and bad splicing of reading sessions makes for a painful 4 hours at times. And then there are the OK minutes that let the story progress. UGH!
The story kept me listening. It was interesting, decent fun, hot in spots so I kept going. I want to listen to more of Kendall Ryan stories except I don't want to listen to a poorly recorded version.
I cannot tell if Jodi Stapler is the issue or her engineer/producer's not fixing the noise, but her reading was just OK to poor in this recording.
"Nice Story, didnt like the narrator"
Felt like the narrator took a speed reading class... often the thoughts and conversations ran together because there was no pause
50 shades but funnier
I didn't hate her voice, she just needed to slow it down- I also felt this would have been a good book to have both male and female narrators
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