Naughty Bits: Revised

  • by Selena Kitt
  • Narrated by Sean Crisden
  • 4 hrs and 20 mins
  • Unabridged Audiobook

Publisher's Summary



From best-selling and award-winning author Selena Kitt
Half a million naughty books sold in 2011
Guarunteed quality - the cream at the top of erotica

David has been brightening up his gray Surrey, England days with the porn collection hidden in his parents' shed, but when he finds that his older stepsister, Dawn, has discovered his magazines, things really begin to heat up.
Their parents insist that their just-graduated son look for a job, but their daughter has the week off and is determined to work on her tan. Distracted David finds himself increasingly tempted by his seductive older stepsister, who makes it very clear what she wants.
Her teasing ways slowly break down the taboo barrier between stepbrother and stepsister until they both give in to their lust. But what are they going to do about the feelings that have developed between them in the meantime?
Warning: This title contains erotic situations, stepsibling incest, graphic language, anal sex, and makes mention of pornography, hammers, interesting uses for rubber bands, dungarees, bikinis, and lots of Britishisms you may or may not have to look up.

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Saucy Story Shame about the Narration

Would you consider the audio edition of Naughty Bits: Revised to be better than the print version?

No


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Sean Crisden is not a bad narrator just cannot do an English accent! Worst accents since Dick Van Dyke did Mary Poppins, especially Dawn and Julie. Main character sounds like a Bostonian (sorry Boston) with a sinus problem!. In addition not sure why rural Surrey characters have an East End cockney accent; if Ms Kitt hasn't got sign off on narration she should. However if you listen through the accents et al this is a very naughty story with lots of juicy bits.

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- JonR

The Book is OK, the delivery is terrible.

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The heading says it all.The worst case of dropped constanants ever. Crisden may have been trying to create the lazy tones of a teenager, but if so he failed miserably. If he is trying to create an accent I have no idea what it is supposed to be. Sorry.The book is OK if a little incredible, but the delivery is so distracting that it spoils it for me!

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- Cleon W. "Cleonw"

Book Details

  • Release Date: 09-10-2012
  • Publisher: Excessica