Only thing is, Rowan does not want this happen since she believes that all werewolves are evil with bad intentions. So she takes action. Despite being infertile herself, Rowan switches the documents and takes the place of her sister.
Now it is she who is going to be sold.
However, Rowan had no idea that being sold to Alphas would actually be much more enjoyable then she ever thought it would be. Several nights of passion with the handsome men are enough for her to realize she might have got it all wrong after all.
How will the Alphas react when they realize they have been sold an infertile woman? Could Rowan become the first woman to be sold and then returned? Or could her fate be worse?
Regular price: £18.79
Buy Now with 1 Credit
Buy Now for £18.79
Customer ReviewsMost Helpful
By J on 14-09-15
Any additional comments?
Even for this campy genre the characters are flat and story uninspired. The romantic action is surprisingly tame. Considering the premise is paranormal mmf erotic endeavors involving tickling sci-fi toys, bondage swing and fertility based servitude it was disappointingly mild ("feminine mound" is about as anatomically explicit as it gets). BBW aspect is not discussed, or mentioned so briefly as to be irrelevant to the book notwithstanding mention in it's title. The overall story length could have been reduced by half without losing any plot points, as the protagonist internal monologue is so redundant.
All this considered Meghan Kelly narrates excellently. Her tone is playful and seems privy to the absurdity of this fantasy, without judgement. She does distinct voices for several characters without confusion. Despite the weakness of the author's work, it was great reading on her part.
2 of 2 people found this review helpful
By Janet on 15-07-15
Fun summer listen
A little short on plot and character development, repetitive, and erotic, but also a real hoot. Meghan Kelly reads in a prim tone that, in hysterical opposition to the erotic nature of the material, turns this short novel into a lot of fun--satire on paranormal romance, play with the teenage romance angst, and a refreshing light listen. It's another example of a book much better in audio than print, as many of the print reviewers seem to have missed the humor in this book. I received a free copy of this audiobook in exchange for an honest review.
1 of 1 people found this review helpful