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Published by Self Published on January 19th 2016
Narrator: Brian Pallino, Samantha Prescott
Genres: Abuse, BDSM, Erotica, Romance, Suspense
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Source: Purchased audiobook
"He owns you. Whatever he tells you to do you do".
One year. No future. A past that won't go away.
Lennox "Nox" Demetri broke his own rule by making a deal. It may not have been directly with the devil, but that doesn't mean Satan himself isn't watching. Was it fate that brought Charli into his life and his bed? What will happen when rules are broken and secrets are revealed?
"New rules...my rules."
Alex "Charli" Collins found pleasure with Nox like she'd never known. That was before she knew his last name. Now that Infidelity is involved and the rules have changed, what will result when real life and fantasy collide?
Is it really cheating if you're doing it to yourself?
From New York Times and USA Today bestselling author Aleatha Romig comes a sexy, new dominant hero who knows what he wants and a strong-willed heroine who has plans of her own. With classic Aleatha Romig twists, turns, deceptions, and devotions, the depth of this new, epic dark romance reaches new levels and will have readers swooning one minute and screaming the next.
Have you been Aleatha'd?
CUNNING is a full-length novel, 360 pages, and the second of five books in the INFIDELITY series.
Infidelity - it isn't what you think.
Audiobook Review: 5 stars
“Nox is my Batman!”
Would you listen to Cunning again? Why?
Yes, yes and yes! I loved Betrayal the first time I read it, but Cunning was the book that made me go crazy over Nox and Charli and the whole Infidelity series—read my full review of Cunning here. All the details, the suspense, the plotting and the cliffhanger in this book were the fuel to my obsession to this series. So, of course I’d listen to it again. This is the second time I read/listen to it and I am sure I will repeat it later, because everything’s adding up as the story goes on.
What other book might you compare Cunning to and why?
Only the books within the series could compare to this. But I was talking the other day to a friend about how details are important in this series and only a series like Original Sinners by Tiffany Reisz would compare because the details from book 1 are important in book 8 and I’m sure the same will happen in this series.
Samantha was the narrator in Betrayal and I loved it. Her voice is stunning and goes perfectly with the personality of Charli’s. But what sold me on her performance were Laide’s chapters! Oh. My. God. The inflexion changed so much it really looked like it was another person talking. The southern accent was so marked and her posh attitude was accurately translated in Samantha’s narration.
As for Brian, this was my “second” audiobook narrated by him. My first was Betrayal but his chapter was so short in it I couldn’t experience the strength of his voice. But in Cunning, I had the full package with him. His performance for Nox was just perfection. He has a strong voice and sexy and smooth, just like Nox is. I couldn’t think of anyone other than him to do Nox’ performance.
Was this a book you wanted to listen to all in one sitting?
YES!! Sadly it’s too long so I couldn’t but If I had the chance, I would totally do that. When the series is over I will re-listen to all the audios one after the other and I’m sure I’ll love it even more.
Any additional comments?
I loved Cunning from beginning to end. I experience so many feelings while reading it: anger, love, desperation, disgust, fear and more. When I thought Charli was doomed but when Nox’ chapter started I could breath a little, but the tension while reading/listening to Cunning remained the whole book and that cliffy was so good but at the same time so bad!! I LOVED IT ANYWAY!! That made the wait for the next book so worth it.