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The End of the Innocence (Volume 3)

Narrated by: Devra Woodward
Length: 9 hrs and 38 mins
Categories: Erotica, Fiction
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He thought I owned him. He thought he loved me, that I was enough. But this animal, this sex god who could drive me crazy and steal my heart in the same breath, he would never fully be mine. It was impossible. No one ever owned a God.

One year. I have one year to find out more about this man I am marrying. More about his family. More about our sex, and all of the dirty, delicious places it will take me. I thought I'd spend this year making a decision. I never thought the decision would be taken from me, snatched right from my naive little hands.

©2014 Alessandra Torre (P)2014 Alessandra Torre

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  • KC Walker
  • 09-07-2018

Disappointing end to a great series

The narrator changed for the last book in the series and it was NOT a positive change! She lacked the energy and storytelling of the other narrator so the story dragged and never seemed to get the same momentum as the other books.

The end was lacking energy and better closure. Seemed an abrupt ending without the nice bow on the end I expected.

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  • Lamesha
  • 16-10-2015

Not as Good as the First

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this one wasn't bad, just not as good as the first book. Ms. Torre tried to give more with the plot, but she could have stuck with the great scenes. i know the normal progression of a relationship, but there's was too quick for this couple. especially for Brad. he should have needed more time,but he was gung-ho for it all.

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  • Oneuh2
  • 03-05-2020

Monotone narrative to an unsatisfactory ending

Their is more story to be told - and ideally by
Mackenzie Cartwright who did the first 2 in this series - this narrator is monotone and speaking from a what seems like a dream state. The recalcitrant stubbornness of Julia is totally lost in this book.
After this one I feel let down by the author.

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  • Applewood
  • 26-04-2020

Good Story, Awful Narrator

It’s like listening to a whiny, slow talking, teenager tell the story. The author ties up story lines nicely too.

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  • Amazon Customer
  • 28-01-2020

Fantastic story

I have loved this whole series! Fantastic writing and I couldn’t stop until they were all done!

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  • Jennifer
  • 24-09-2019

not the ending I was looking for

not sure who decided to change narrators. poor choice. she sounded completely disinterested on the story and annoyed. I'm sure that played into my lack of interest in the story. book 1 and two worth the listen, three not so much

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  • Tiff
  • 12-07-2018

An amazing trilogy

I loved this story and can't believe it is over. Just wow. Drama, Sex, Hot Sex, Love, Action and even some humor all smashed into one heart felt story. This book was amazing.

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  • LoveThyNeighbor
  • 01-05-2018

Skipped to the 3rd

I didn’t read book one and two. So imagine my surprise upon the love scenes! If your not into ménage then pass on this hot number. None of my friends have craved that much sex so many times seeming hours apart. How does she get anything done? If the F word wasn’t thrown around so much you would notice that the authors vocabulary is expansive and thoughtful. Although I don’t want to hear “Game Face” ever again. I assume the author comes from wealth as it seems to bring happiness in 2/2 of her novels I’ve read. Spoiler. But it still seems inconceivable that law enforcement and doctors make house calls even if you are wealthy.

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  • Dina Callahan
  • 26-12-2017

A must read!!

3rd book in the series didn't disappoint. This was another great book by Alessandra Torre. It had everything you expect in a Erotic romance.

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  • Chris_and_Esther
  • 19-02-2017

Narrator change for the final book was unexpected causing loss of tie to first two books.

The first book in the trilogy took me a while to gain my interest but by the end of book one I was ensnared in the story. Torres did a good job finishing the story with End of Innonce. It was plausible but seemed to leave a few loose ends. Maybe the Diary will fill in some more. I will definitely read another of her books.

As to the audible version, I couldn't get over the switch in narrators. Ms Woodward voice was whining in nature, discordant compared to the narrator of the first two books. I believed this took away from the enjoyment of the third book at times