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I loved this book when I read it, but I think the audiobook is even better! Willow Winters is an extremely talented author. I have read lots of her books and enjoy her writing style. Lance Greenfield and Samantha Prescott did an excellent performance on this book. Rough Touch was originally titled Good Girl and is part of the Valetti Crime Family books. This is a standalone listen, yet part of a series. Dirty Dom is book one and available on Amazon and Audible. His Hostage is book two, and has same availability. This book is the third in the series and features Ava and Kane. I felt this story was very well written, even though it dealt with a dark topic. Both Ava and Kane overcame terrible things and made something beautiful. I thought that Ava was very resilient with what happened to her, and did not let it break her. Both narrators were able to deliver so much emotion that one would not get just reading the book. I really enjoyed listening to the male/female perspective that were portrayed in this book. Willow Winters does a great job at the character development and writes stories that keeps one gripped. The next book is Cuffed Kiss (previously titled Bad Girl), and is already on Audible. Bad Boy releases next. I think this book and the previous ones in this series are very much worth listening to again. (I have not yet listened to Cuffed Kiss, other than the preview that is included with this book, which sounds oh so good, or Bad Boy). I was voluntarily provided with this review copy audiobook at my request.
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This was just OK for me, I didn’t hate it nor did I overly love it. I thought the narrative was addictive but found that there were a lot of repetition in some areas. For example, the amount of times Kane’s inner monologue says he doesnt like being involved in the slave trade started to get old. I also didn’t feel the connection between Ava and Kane. And thought that it was way too easy the way Kane was excused from his obligations to the Mafia. What made this audio enjoyable was Lance Greenfield and Samantha Prescott’s narration. My only small nit pick was that I have heard and loved Ms. Prescott’s southern drawl in other audios but didn’t think this character suited her narration style.