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Meet the Lancasters. Sexy. Arrogant. Filthy rich. 

Book One: Clandestine

One night. 

No names. 

No commitment. 

That was our agreement. 

But Spencer Lancaster was addictive. 

And I was high. 

High off his taste, starved for his kiss, and desperate for his touch. 

So when he asked me to stay, to enjoy his company for more nights than I knew I should, I wasn’t in the right mind to say no. 

Everything was perfect. A dream come true. 

But half a world away there were secrets. 

Lies. 

Insecurities. 

Book Two: Sordid

It was his lips. 

The way his stare sent shivers down my spine. 

The way his rough voice whispered my name. 

So I caved. 

I did what I knew I shouldn’t. 

But as quickly as he’s there, he’s gone. 

Leaving me confused. 

Devastated. 

I hope I’ll never see him again...

Then I do. 

He’s my new boss. 

And he has secrets. 

All of the truths that could tear us apart. 

Book Three: Explicit

Pierce Lancaster is bad news. 

Spoiled. 

Entitled. 

Sexy as -

He’s exactly what I don’t want in my life. What I don't need. 

I’m not the girl he knew before. 

I’ve changed. 

But he hasn’t. 

He’s trouble filled with empty promises. 

I’ve come too far to fall back. 

Yet I can’t seem to stay away. 

I can’t say no. 

I am addicted to Pierce Lancaster.

©2020 AH Publishing (P)2020 AH Publishing

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Two Out Of Three

Was sooo looking foreward to this book...but almost quit by 4th chapter of 1st book...however, I forced myself to finish the 1st book even though I skipped through some areas of the female narration...I am sorry Ms Langola, but your voice grated on my nerves...whether you were trying too hard to express yourself, I am unsure but your voice came across on the whiny/shrill side at times...storyline seemed to drag on also...as always, I did enjoy Aaron Shedlock's narration...2nd book was better...love listening to Virginia Rose & Christian Fox as always...3rd book was my favorite...Andi Arndt & Joe Arden, what more can I say...love these two!!!

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Great story, performance issues

Book one: The story was phenomenal but was unfortunately overshadowed by the worst narration I have ever come across. I did not finish listening to this book for this reason at 42%. If you like listening to a whiny 16 year old teenage girl who’s living in the “omg no way!!!!” world, then this is your narrator. I went ahead and purchased the physical book to read the story from a different perspective because there was no way I could fathom to think that Ava Harisson created such a character . I was glad I did, because the story had a complete different feel.

Books 2-3: beautiful job and narration. Storyline had the perfect mix of steamy scenes and romantic angst.

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love it!

Easy to hear. great for a spring night with a cup of tea. This books have twist and turns that will keep you wanting more.

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  • LexiMuse
  • 2020-08-06

3 “broken” brothers fall for 2 sisters & a BF

Parental neglect, over privilege, cavalier attitudes toward sex, alcohol, and drugs with unrealistic expectations about the struggle to fight addictions or to deal with consequences. And the guys were all too arrogant to be appealing at first.
The first story Clandestine is about the oldest brother and sister. Olivia Miller is a model/former model with the cliche issues of self esteem and self loathing. This causes her to be self destructive so she is anorexic and a cocaine addict and somewhat of an alcoholic. Spencer Lancaster is arrogant to the extreme, self indulgent, and mean and clueless to people around him but especially his brothers. Both are concerned about being caught by the tabloids but not their own self worth. Neither are very sympathetic or like-able and both are shallow and weak minded so while I hoped their romance would work out due to their great love, I found their drama very wearing and their story too long. Me Me Me or each other but not friends and family much. Her problems get miraculously fixed after an OD, a cry with her dad, and a quick trip to rehab while his are partially solved by realizing he is in love and that he wants his dad’s approval in business though he never really stands up and does what he’d like career wise which was to be an architect. The moms are marginalized by both and both have daddy issues. A sexy relationship but superficial through much of it. Secrets are their obvious problem but immaturity and cavalier attitudes toward their own substance abuse is a really the worst part of these two. Narration is ok but not great. Aaron Shedlock is pretty good but Lia Langola switches between over dramatic and flat modulations. 2 stars

Sordid
The second couple are the middle kids. Very passionate and instant attractions. Grant is an arrogant workaholic, bright in some aspects but very stupid with his choice of wife and how he deals with her. He also is self indulgent and self pitying through most of his story and at times very undeserving of Bridget, Olivia’s plucky but immature sister. If takes him forever to man up and ask for help. Since I had read the Price series first I knew the obvious solution lay with them, and those siblings were much more interesting. While these two deserved etheir HEA their story was pretty mediocre, though their chemistry was hot. Narration is ok. Virginia Rose plays up at a little girl voice too much and Christian Fox is good as Grant but terrible with female voices, especially Chelsea and Bridget. 2-3 stars

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The last couple had the most depth and were the most interesting though here again the idea of self redemption and being able to drop a cocaine habit, a party lifestyle, and a dependence for alcohol for the sake of a sympathetic woman is a bit far fetched. Pierce is the youngest and most self indulgent of the Lancaster brothers on the surface. While he also is self pitying and whines about lack of attention, he also has depth and is very sweet. He has a secret side that Lyndsey, Olivia’s best friend and Carson, Olivia’s half sister’s boyfriend can sense. Small word of the debauched and rich. Lyndsey is struggling from physical pain from a serious accident as well as daddy issues of neglect. Older brother Spencer from book one is very nasty through much of this book and girlfriend Olivia is again very self absorbed, and unfeeling and unsympathetic of another addict. She could have helped Spencer understand his brother but appears more interested in sex with her fiancé and jet setting than in being a good friend and understanding future sister-in-law. Just confirmed how shallow the first couple were. This last story had more depth. A worry subplot, characters that made the readers care, and the best narration. It rates 5 stars all the way

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  • Admirer of great books; critic of bad books.
  • 2020-07-17

Someone forgot to add the storylines...

Ever-present in these books are: Sexual addiction, alcoholism, drug addiction. Absent from these books is: STORYLINE. I often wonder how this stuff gets published...and has the gall to be listed as "romance." This is objectification of women, sexism, sexual addiction, hedonism...Disappointed that treasured narrators take on these projects. As long as they do, the lackluster material will continued to be written. Give us at least a storyline....

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  • KLW
  • 2020-07-20

Flawed people find their paths

At first glance you could look at the characters, and find things to dislike, but really we are all flawed. These people are real. Along the way, they find their way, they find the right thing.

Clandestine
Spencer & Olivia - The Playboy and the Model. Spencer loves the ladies, and Olivia is a model with no self esteem. Issues with anorexia and drugs have followed her during her career. She's better now, until being in the limelight brings her back into modeling, and 'the lifestyle.' Really there's a lot of truth in this book, the pressures of the spotlight and 'fame' do often come with drugs and other issues. But this is a story of people who learn to rise above it and be better, and be better together.

Sordid
Grant & Bridgett
Grant has become the blacksheep of the family, and opens a rival hotel to compete with The Lancaster. Bridgett, well her sister is dating Spencer, the CEO of the Lancaster. Somehow she meets a stranger, who then becomes her boss at her temp job. Oh, and Grant is working with his estranged wife at the hotel to make matters even worse.

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Pierce and Lyndsey
Pierce, the youngest Lancaster and the party boy. Lyndsey, Olivia's BFF we meet in Clandestine. She's the reformed party girl, who's still recovering from a devastating car accident we saw in Clandestine. Pierce has screwed up once again and is working community service at the center that Lyndsey now works at. Pierce is very flawed, but he also grows up and works for it, and learns a LOT of tough lessons.

All in all these stories flow together nicely, they can be stand alone, but listening together you get a fuller picture. Yes they are imperfect people, but aren't we all? Isn't it refreshing to know that the imperfect can grow, and heal and be better. Earn happiness. Yes, that is a lesson we all can learn.

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  • Phara Blair
  • 2021-02-01

Trigger warnings

This box set includes the stories of three wealthy brothers. I don’t have these particular triggers but I was not prepared for the conflict in these books. There is heavy drug use, cheating, and recovery from physical trauma that are integral parts of the stories. The characters are well developed and the books are expertly written, but I just wasn’t in the right emotional space for such heavy and complex psychological struggles. There were plenty of hot and steamy scenes and the HEAs were satisfying if you can get through the emotional turmoil. The narrators were all brilliant and I liked that there were different narrators for each book. It was all very well done just not for me right now.

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  • Jenny Romano
  • 2021-04-28

First book

Listen... I don't know the names of the first two performers.. but I wanted to rip my ears off. Just read the story please. Don't force a fake voice. Good lord..

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  • Mandi
  • 2021-02-25

Bk 1 - Candestine A Review (A progress review)

Book 1 - Clandestine (Review 2/25/21)
Written about 30 mins from finishing this one.

Bit overdone with the whinny, woe is me, heroine. Olivia is insecure and needs people to validate her through her physical image to be whole. She also beats on her physical appearance, even though she's at a healthy weight. Something that women who have body issues will understand, it also tells how the modeling/beauty industry feeds and unrealistic expectation as to what beauty is. Spencer is a hotel heir obsessed with getting back at his brother who keeps sabotaging the legacy he wants to leave with the family business. He also has zero communication skills and dances with a very destructive ex-fiancé (Addison) who is manipulative and conniving allowing her to toy with him like a puppet the moment things get rocky between Spencer and Olivia, proving he has his vices that are just as self-destructive as Olivia's.

The one thing I have to say is that the author fully researched the business that is Modeling. I think my fight with this particular book, the heroine especially, is the whinny heroine. The one thing that the author hasn't done is gone and put Olivia in a situation where she not only gets help with her coke habit, but also the mental help that she needs. She obviously needs to get OUT of her modeling situation and finding a healthy future career.

Spencer is man who hasn't learned how to have a relationship. Unfortunately he holds EVERYTHING to his chest. Because he lost his trust in the opposite sex because of ONE woman (Addison), it's forced him to shut out everyone. Nothing Olivia said or did would've been enough in his mind. It's almost habitual for him to not only keep Olivia out, but to physically push her out. That's not healthy either.

The one thing about this particular novel is that these are two very dysfunctional people who think they need each other to fix the other. It's a blind leading the blind situation and I just don't see how these two would ever make the long haul. But the one thing that grated on my nerves, was Olivia's whining and her "nobody loves me, everybody hates me, guess I'll go snort some coke" mentality. Spencer's character growth and arc is far more tolerable and enjoyable to experience.

3.5 Stars Overall.
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  • SML
  • 2020-12-23

Liked two of the three stories

So this was hard for me to review because it’s three books. The first book was hard to get through. I didn’t like the narration of this story at all. This may be a personal preference but I think it was their interpretation of the lines that didn’t work. After listening to all three stories (each story has different narrators) my opinion was strengthened. I really enjoyed book 2 &3! So I would say try it out! If you can get through the first book you will love the second and third books.

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  • Jill Cazier Van Cott
  • 2021-05-06

Such a great series

They are such great reads and great story lines. you definitely get lost in them

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  • Ree
  • 2021-03-30

Interesting stories

Each one of the Lancaster Brother's had a story as to why they were the way they were. They each had to overcome some obstical and each found love along the way. None of them had an easy go of it in their story, although with their kind of money, you would like to think everything would be okay.

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  • C. Y.
  • 2021-01-03

A Fun Listen

It was nice to be able to get all three audiobooks with one credit. The Lancaster brothers are all powerful, hot and make one good story. My favorite was Grant, but I believe it’s because of the narrators doing that book. Don’t get me wrong, the others were good as well, but for some reason the two doing Grant’s story was more entertaining. As much as I like Joe Arden and Andi Arndt, I didn’t think that their voices matched the characters, Pierce and Lindsay. Joe has an older sounding voice, and Pierce was supposed to be the younger brother.

All in all, it was a good series. If you like alpha, millionaire, hot men, then you’ll like these brothers. The books all connect in a way that you understand the actions of each of them when it’s not explained in the other books.