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From New York Times and USA Today best-selling author Nicole Edwards comes the seventh searing installment in her Alluring Indulgence erotic romance series, which follows the seven Walker brothers and their sizzling-hot love interests!
Sawyer Walker has never had an issue with women. The female population tends to swarm toward him, in fact, and he's never had a complaint. But there's one woman Sawyer has always had his eye on - one woman who won't give him the time of day. In recent months, it would seem that Kennedy Endsley is opening up to Sawyer, but she's got a few surprises in store for him. As hard as she finds it to resist the handsome Walker brother, she's not willing to give in easily. Not when her heart is on the line.
I have loved this series, I was so looking forward to hearing Sawyer but I was a little let down. It just seemed like it was missing something, or maybe it was because there was no major drama in this one and a more normal relationship out of all of them so far, but I am glad that there was a HEA.
It's Still a great listen and worth a credit or full price especially if your invested in the Alluring Indulgence series and the Walker boys.
Can't wait to get Brendon's story too and will be checking regularly so I can download it when it arrives.
The female narrator had only one good character voice and the others were so terrible. The voice she used to portray secondary characters made them sound like they were stereotypical ignorant hillbillies. As far as I could tell, they were not meant to be portrayed in this manner. I typically really enjoy all books written by Nicole Edwards but this one lacked something that all the other books I've read in this series had. I can't quite describe it but if pressed I would say the book lacks passion. It's almost as if all the characters are acting on auto pilot. They are doing what they do because they feel like they are supposed to be doing it...not because they feel an all consuming pull towards the person that completes them. The smexy scenes were all very mechanical too...disappointing.
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Loved the story and the narration, but every time the female narrator went into male mode I cringed. She made Sawyer sound like Forest Gump.
In previous books, Sawyer seemed immature and self-absorbed, pulling juvenile stunts to get attention. However he turned out to be my favorite Walker brother, a kind & gentle man who genuinely cared about veterinary Kennedy.
Kennedy was slow to trust Sawyer, remembering how he was in high school rather seeing the man he had become. Rather than trying to dominate or control her, Sawyer uses charm, real affection, consideration and patience. I enjoyed listening as their relationship unfolded, with Sawyer slowly winning Kennedy's admiration and trust.
The only part I didn't like or understand is why the Walker boys are running a sex club. Travis and Kaleb are now married with children, Zane is married, Brayden is engaged and Sawyer is in love. Why do these men want to run a business that caters to cheating spouses and violent sexual predators? Very strange...
After first reading this series I decided to purchase the audiobooks. I have loved them all and wasn't disappointed until this one. Nicole is a great writer, but the female narrator did a horrible job portraying her wonderful characters. She made it sound like all of them other than Kennedy and Sawyer were slow country bumpkins, nothing like most central texans in this area. After being introduced to those characters in the other books it was disappointing to hear. Unfortunately, if this had been my first experience with Nicole's books I wouldn't have read any further. Fortunately it wasn't and I get to enjoy all of her books.
Once again a great story and wonderful narration I can't wait until the next one is out
Well worth the credit
Male narrator was great but the female was so stiff and choppy. The story was very good. Love the character Sawyer
This was a really good book The Walker Brothers are back and I am so glad. This book was a lot better than the last one. I have bee waiting for awhile to read Sawyer story and I was not disappointed this book was fun and light and I loved reading it. Sawyer Walker has never run into problems with women that he couldn't get into her panties until her. Kennedy Endsley went to high school with Sawyer and she was the but of many jokes at the hands of his friends she doesn't want to give him the time of day and he has chased her for eight years. Sawyer however doesn't give up that easy and he has slowly worn her down. They were perfect for each other, they both have changed since high school Kennedy is not the nerdy serious girl that she was in high school and Sawyer was not the boy that he used to be although he is still funny in that make a joke to lighten the mode way. These two had a few issues Kennedy knows all about his one night stands and threesomes with his best friend and the fact that he has been with half the women in town, she doesn't want her heart broken. When these two hooked up it was hot the sex scenes in this book was so much better in this book than in the last one. I also like how the Walker family has grown with most of the brother's being married and having babies especially my favorite trio Travis, Gage, and Kylie having there baby girl and V and Zane having one. This was a very well written book (read) as I listened to it on audio. I was surprised about the bartender and the sheriff overall I really liked Sawyer.
What made the experience of listening to Sawyer the most enjoyable?
i love audio but good narrators do help
What did you like best about this story?
Sawyer chasing the same woman
What does the narrators bring to the story that you wouldn’t experience if you had only read the book?
emotions feelings keeps you listening
Did you have an emotional reaction to this book? Did it make you laugh or cry?
no not really
Any additional comments?
love the Walker brothers