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Three months on a private island.
Two men.
One million dollars.
All I have to do is tame Nash Wilde.

It’s been two years since my sister and her boyfriend were killed in a plane crash. The last person I expected to show up on my doorstep was his father, Alistair Wilde. Yet, he came with an offer I’d be an idiot to pass up: be his son’s girlfriend for three months, live with the two of them in a remote house, and the one million dollars is mine. 

The challenge turns out to be harder than I expected. Nash is not just wild, he’s dangerous. And Alistair is far more broken than he lets the world believe. The three of us are bound by grief. It’s up to me to feed Nash’s hunger and heal Alistair’s pain. 

Lines are crossed. Rules are broken. On the island, there’s no one to tell us this is wrong. 

I know I have to choose before I tear this family apart. But I belong to both of them. One of them has my body. The other has my heart. 

Fair warning: This is an angsty love triangle romance with explicit sexual content and a guaranteed HEA for listeners 18+.

©2020 Sara Cate (P)2022 Sara Cate

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This story left me speechless.

When Zara loses her twin sister and her twin’s boyfriend in a helicopter crash, her life spins out of control in grief and self-destructive behavior. The dead boyfriend also leaves behind a grieving father, Alastair and brother Nash. Both men are also struggling with their grief, and continue to be destructive in their own ways and too each other. Zara makes an arrangement to move out to a secluded private island with both men as they fall into a complicated romance. This story had me thinking and listening well into the night. You’ll want to shake all of three of them as the stumble, and fight, but ultimately heal. Very well-written, the story has a veneer of desperation and reality as three complicated, damaged people learn to love and live again.

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UNIQUE, COMPELLING & UNFORGETTABLE

Two deaths that left devastation in its wake.. and three very changed people. An angry out of control Playboy who partied and ‘played’ till dawn. A Stripper whose hair was dyed black instead of its blonde because she hated to look into the mirror and see the face of her twin looking back. A Father drowning his loss and grief by his CEO role.. and also by the worry he has for his remaining out of control son.

One proposition from a son’s worried Father to Zara with an indecent proposal all of his own.. one that was going to stupendously backfire on him when his true feelings for Zara are known.. and when jealousy sparks a tug of war between father and son. It’s a toxic mix of chemistry, raw emotions, lust, sex, secrets and love love love. It’s a time-bomb that’s sure to bring broken hearts when Zara’s heartbreakingly difficult choice is finally made.

Three hearts on the line.. will time apart lessen the hurt?.. will understanding and acceptance light the way forward for a family to survive?.. will the future be with three, two or pain and loneliness for all three? Or will love finally prevail.. and, if so, who will be walking away alone?

Worth a credit? Yes, this is well-written, unique and unforgettable taboo age-gap love triangle between a Stripper, a CEO and a Playboy left on a desert island for three months to heal. There’s raw heartfelt emotions, angsty push n pulls, taboo attraction and chemistry, revelations, the pushing of boundaries with forbidden sex scenes and explicit sex. The triple POV’s were all narrated well.

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I didn’t know I needed this...

Make sure your floors are clean bc the amount of “jaw dropping” you will be doing from reading this book, will fully exceed the five second rule. It’s the kind of book where your inner dialogue goes crazy, questioning yourself... Is it going to happen? ... Do I want it to happen? ... when will it happen?... am I sure I should be hoping this happens?.... And then OMG ITS HAPPENING!!!!!

If your floors aren’t clean and you can’t handle getting dirty, then this book isn’t for you. But if you can handle it, then you should have bought this book yesterday.

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Brilliant Story & Narration🎧 Gripping & Intense!

Wow, this book just blew me away, it is a twisted romance like no other and I enjoyed every minute of it. The story grabbed my attention right from the start and captivated it for the entire book. It is the type of book that once you start you do not want to stop because you need to know what happens next. Sara Cate is a gifted author with a brilliant mind, I enjoy her writing style and ability to create multi-layered stories with complex characters and original storylines. The characters are realistic, easy to relate to and connect with. In Gravity we see a triangular relationship of three broken people, they all share the same tragic loss but in different ways. Zara York lost her sister Emma, Nash Wilde lost his brother Preston and Alistair wound up losing both of his sons. Two years later Alistair comes up with a plan to help get Nash’s life back on track and save him from his life of self destruction. Zara traded her ballet shoes for a pole in a strip club, she finds her own power and freedom when performing on stage. Nash found her there and he spent one night wit her, Alistair noticed a change in Nash after so he had a proposal for Zara, she would stay with them at Del Rey and help get Nash back on track. She agrees but gets a lot more than what she bargained for. Nash turned out to be more of a challenge than she anticipated and then she was faced with another challenge, Alistair. I loved how everything played out in this book the story is cleverly plotted with plenty of drama, angst, twists and turns, heartfelt and emotional moment and some hot romance. I loved how much these characters grew by the end, I also loved how much heart was in this story, we get to see the fallout after a tragic loss, we also see the damage heartbreak, guilt and betrayal can do. In good time we get to see healing and forgiveness and love. Sara Cate, thank you for the awesome story and emotional rollercoaster ride.

🎧📚🎧 And for the wonderful narration, Allie Martina, Aaron Shedlock and Jeffrey Kafer are fabulously talented narrators and voice artists. They did an awesome job portraying the characters, bringing them to life and humanizing them with their emotions and personality. I loved how each took their characters role and made it their own, sounding believable and just as I picture them to sound. Allie Martina perfected Zara’s role, captured her persona completely, Aaron Shedlock did the same for Nash, captured all of his angst, Jeffrey Kafer was on point performing Alistair’s role too. They are entertaining storytellers and a pleasure to listen to. Thank you for the awesome listen

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All the ingredients....

This had all the ingredients for a juicy read but fell flat for me. The narrations were fine. The love triangle, age gap, father-son...checks all the yes's for me but its almost beside the point in this story. It felt like the author wanted to go dark but couldnt. The son didnt fit. The female MC was super immature and really didnt make a lot of sense. Soo many character issues and unnecessary agnst that throwing sex at it didnt distract me. I stayed with it to see who she would end up with. This probably would of been better if it had just been about them as their development and storyline were pretty solid. Its just okay...with some side eye.

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Zara, Nash, and Alistair 🔥

The story starts off with a bang. Zara’s sister and fiancé perish in a helicopter incident and the remaining family – twin sister Zara, future brother-in-law Nash, and father of the fiancé Alistair live, or try to, with the pain of their loss and survivor’s guilt. This book follows the tumultuous and emotional relationship between Zara and Nash and Alistair where Zara is both healer and unintended divider as each deal with loss and their attraction. Even their voice tones resembled – enacted – their characters. Overall, excellent voice performance.

Offered a monetary deal to mend a son, Zara, former ballerina turned exotic dancer, becomes caught between these two Wilde family members – younger son Nash and father Alistair. Nash is impulsive, dark, and demanding with a distrust borne out of hurt; Alistair, giving, misunderstood, successful. Zara and the guys balance their relationship until trusts carry a bigger burden. This was such an emotional story, high angst and burning passion, very characteristic of this author. I was torn throughout the storyline alternately between rooting for individual characters, couples, the group, and meanwhile their chemistry was smoldering – part need, part attraction, part envy.

The character development was phenomenal. What a man is willing to sacrifice, Alistair is depicted so well as willing to do anything for the family, for his son, while forbidden attraction and unresolved pain threated their ties. Yet everyone was flawed.

I was engaged the entire performance as measured push and pull, attraction and love shaped this moving story. And just when I thought I knew the outcome, I was emotionally ravaged from the foreshadowing of more. If there was only one theme I was hoping not to read – character separation, I would have liked to have forgone it. While it worked for this story, it is such a common method, I could predict its coming, particularly as written in other books by this author. Something clever and unique as her style is wont to be would have been welcomed.

Progressive pace and cathartic, this was a poignant, spicy, and rewarding love affair. The voice acting delivered life and visual appeal: Allie’s, Aaron’s, and Jeffrey’s performed with range – female to male, dialogue to prose, and situation, besides being so fitting to the characters they represented.

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I absolutely LOVED this narration of Gravity!

I listed to a lot of Audio Books and Gravity is one of the best I have listened to this year. I had previously read this book, but didn't want to leave the Del Rey universe so I decided to listed while at work to immerse myself in their world. I adored the narrators of this story. They made the book come to life for me and I fell in love with Zara, Nash and Allister all over again. What a great listen!!

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Finding love through grief

A heartbreaking tale of grief and finding your way back through love. Zara’s twin sister, and Nash’s brother were killed in a helicopter accident, and it shattered both their worlds. Two years later, Nash shows up at strip club Zara dances at, and he’s clearly not doing well - drunk and angry. After a brief encounter, he disappears, only for his father, Alastair, to show up a few days later at the club, asking Zara for her help. One million dollars for three months on their private island to bring Nate back from the brink of self destruction. The thing is, Alastair is broken too, he just doesn’t realize how much so until she shows up on the island.

An interesting love triangle, to be sure. The history and emotion between the three of them is intense, and their shared grief makes it even more difficult for them to maneuver. As they become closer, Zara becomes more and more conflicted with emotions developing for both enigmatic men, and she knows she’ll have to choose where her heart truly lies. When a bombshell from before the crash that killed their loved ones is revealed, it sends their worlds spinning, but it ultimately leads to realization of what they really want. The HEA is touching, and in the end, everyone knows things are exactly as they should be. It’s a heartbreaking, and yet ultimately uplifting story of pushing through grief and letting yourself love and be loved.

The three narrators do an excellent job of pulling all the emotion out the words, and really let you feel every moment as they maneuver their way through a very difficult situation.

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Twisted Love Story

Gravity is an angsty and suspenseful love triangle about a father and son who fall for the same girl, while all three are grieving and broken after the death of family members.

Zara, Nash and Alistair's story kept me on the edge of my seat all the way through their story wondering who if anyone she will choose to be with in the end.

There were lots of steamy scenes and emotional moments, the narrators did a fantastic job voicing the three characters.

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What can I say

Sara Cate. This author has become and instant read/listen. I thought the narrators did a great job and the story between Zara, Alistair and Nash is soooo good!! These Wilde Boys are 🔥 and all I can say is the scene in the helicopter is 🌶🌶🌶🌶🌶 itkyk. Just listen to it! You won’t regret it. I promise!!

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  • 05-22-21

Gravity

Holy shit!!!!! This was hot hot hot 🔥🥵! Damn I'm so freaking jealous of Zara, that girl is so lucky, holy hell fuck me!!!! Okay let me break it down, tragic lost for all , 1 broken female and 2 broken men, both men fall for the same girl, twist the men are father and son, yeah mind blowing 🤯 right. They both need her and want her, but one is actually truly deeply in love with her while the other loves her but I get the feeling it's more like that deep best friend with benefits kinda love. Idk if you guys get what I'm saying. Then big fight breaks them apart and the one person you never thought would tell the other to fight for what is his. And with that blessing from the other he does and The split between father and son is fix with that one real a true conversation , and with that blessing he goes and fights to get the girl bad. What would I give to be in this girl's shoes right now. This was such a good book, I can't wait till the 2nd comes out. Let's not forget about the narrator especially my girl Allie Martina good job, the men did an awesome job too lol. This is a must read people you won't be disappointed trust me you'll love it.

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  • Claire Annovazzi
  • 04-20-21

Twisted and dark but oh so beautiful

This author has the unique capability of creating dark and twisted yet beautiful love stories. They dig deep inside your darkest desires, but you can’t help but feel for those tortured characters. Like in this book.

Zara, Nash, and his father, are united in grief after an helicopter crash killed Zara’s twin sister and Nash’s brother. Through a toxic love triangle that test all their boundaries, they try to heal and assuage their guilt with pain and abuse. You KNOW it’s a bad idea when you read it. You KNOW they’re gonna end up even more hurt. But it’s like watching a car crash–it’s wrong but you can’t help it, you want to see the blood.

Especially because there are deep feelings involved, and not just romantic feelings. Admiration, resentment, regret, hate… They all combine to bring those wounded souls together.

The author’s words paint a world bathed in shadows and secrets, where sex is a tool and a leash. It’s a steamy book, but be aware that what happens in the bedroom–or anywhere else–can be a bit disturbing.

As an audiobook, it was quite good. Two of the narrators were new to me and I greatly enjoyed their work. They gave texture to the deep emotions of the characters.

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  • K. Ramjohn
  • 04-10-21

I didn't want it to end

Gravity is an intense, taboo love story that had me so engrossed I could not put it down. This novel was emotional, sizzling hott and angsty and is a messy triangle of lust and love. The characters were all flawed each suffering through the devastation of losing a loved one and it is that loss that brings them all together. The story was well written and highly entertaining. It pushes boundaries and shows how love can be unconventional and unpredictable. This novel definitely takes you on an unexpected journey with these characters. I loved it and would highly recommend it to lovers of taboo romance.
The audiobook was narrated by Allie Martina, Jeffrey Kafee and Aaron Shedlock. They brought the story to life giving the characters their own voice and personality. Their speech as clear and understandable and it was a pleasure listening to them narrate this novel.

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  • PATRICIA
  • 04-05-21

Brilliantly written.

Well pull me in and keep me captive for hours as I am entranced by yet another Sara Cate story. This one features a love triangle, and while not my favorite trope, I was intrigued because the men were father and son. I just had to see how this taboo relationship was going to work out! Several years ago, Nash and Zara lost their brother and sister respectively in a plane crash. Not being able to put it behind them, the two are broken and lost. When Nash appears happier after seeing her at the stripper bar she works at, his father, Alistair, comes up with a plan. Zara is hired to be Nash's girlfriend for a million dollars and live on a remote island with him and his father. But what we don't know about is the insane attraction between Zara and Alistair. How will it all work out? Well I have to say, I wasn't sure! Would she be Nash's? Alistairs? Both of theirs? I was completely in the dark, and I can't say disappointed in the results. It's written with taste, and compassion for these hurt and broken characters. Cate knows how to work the taboo, give it to us and have us fall in love no matter the circumstance. It's a true gift!

Narrated by Allie Martina, Aaron Shedlock and Jeffrey Kafer, we have nothing but talent in our ears. Shedlock comes in as the completely broken Nash. His voice is angry, vulnerable and he fits his personality like he knows him! Kafer is Alistair, with a jaded, yet hopeful tone and you can hear his true intent of helping his son in each inflection. The book is mostly from Zara's point of view, and Allie Martina is fantastic. Confused, grieving, survivor's guilt, passion, attraction and love, she pours her heart into Zara and makes her seem real. I enjoyed their performance.

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  • Bette
  • 03-31-21

Brilliant Story & Narration🎧 Gripping & Intense!

Wow, this book just blew me away, it is a twisted romance like no other and I enjoyed every minute of it. The story grabbed my attention right from the start and captivated it for the entire book. It is the type of book that once you start you do not want to stop because you need to know what happens next. Sara Cate is a gifted author with a brilliant mind, I enjoy her writing style and ability to create multi-layered stories with complex characters and original storylines. The characters are realistic, easy to relate to and connect with. In Gravity we see a triangular relationship of three broken people, they all share the same tragic loss but in different ways. Zara York lost her sister Emma, Nash Wilde lost his brother Preston and Alistair wound up losing both of his sons. Two years later Alistair comes up with a plan to help get Nash’s life back on track and save him from his life of self destruction. Zara traded her ballet shoes for a pole in a strip club, she finds her own power and freedom when performing on stage. Nash found her there and he spent one night wit her, Alistair noticed a change in Nash after so he had a proposal for Zara, she would stay with them at Del Rey and help get Nash back on track. She agrees but gets a lot more than what she bargained for. Nash turned out to be more of a challenge than she anticipated and then she was faced with another challenge, Alistair. I loved how everything played out in this book the story is cleverly plotted with plenty of drama, angst, twists and turns, heartfelt and emotional moment and some hot romance. I loved how much these characters grew by the end, I also loved how much heart was in this story, we get to see the fallout after a tragic loss, we also see the damage heartbreak, guilt and betrayal can do. In good time we get to see healing and forgiveness and love. Sara Cate, thank you for the awesome story and emotional rollercoaster ride.

🎧📚🎧 And for the wonderful narration, Allie Martina, Aaron Shedlock and Jeffrey Kafer are fabulously talented narrators and voice artists. They did an awesome job portraying the characters, bringing them to life and humanizing them with their emotions and personality. I loved how each took their characters role and made it their own, sounding believable and just as I picture them to sound. Allie Martina perfected Zara’s role, captured her persona completely, Aaron Shedlock did the same for Nash, captured all of his angst, Jeffrey Kafer was on point performing Alistair’s role too. They are entertaining storytellers and a pleasure to listen to. Thank you for the awesome listen🎧

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  • KarenA
  • 06-23-22

So good

This is my second book by this author and I loved it. I loved the narrators and glad the was a male narrator for each character.

There was just the right level of angst and spicy and now I am running to get the second book in the duet.

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  • Vicky Branton
  • 06-05-22

I seem to be like Zara, like F up stories

it's a great narration.
I totally loved the story. It was a great one the only part I wasn't completely sold by is why Zara had to be so hard on herself.

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  • FBooks
  • 03-29-22

Thought provoking but absolutely brilliant.

This is one unconventional, deeply emotional and complicated relationship with three people that are imperfectly complicated. The interaction between the trio was simply intoxicating.
It is totally fascinating to see how these damaged people navigate through all their emotional heartache and intense feelings for each other. Never read a book like it. (with father and son). Original, thought provoking, steamy, absolutely brilliant and wonderfully written.
I assure you, once you start reading you will not be able to put this book down till you reach the end. Sars Cate certainly knows how keep you completely engrossed and connected to each character.
I was a pleasure listening to this story, the narrators are amazing. Can't wait for the next book to see Nash have his HEA.

I received a free audio copy.

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  • Cindy
  • 03-08-22

Captivating!

This book grabbed my attention right from the very beginning. Zara, Alistair and Nash all suffered a tragic loss that left them each dealing with it in different ways. They reunite two years later to try to heal one another. Their story is unique, steamy and twisted. The ending was unexpected but very well done. I highly recommend this book to anyone who loves taboo romance and/or love triangles. Allie Martina, Aaron Shedlock and Jeffrey Kafer all did an amazing job bringing this story to life.

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  • Nina B.
  • 03-01-22

Age gap

Well this was different for me. Young lady couldn’t decide if she wanted to be with the guy her age or his dad. She was attracted to both and they were both attracted to her. I don’t think it was yucky. She was in her early 20’s and everything was consensual, it was just odd to me lol. This story definitely held my attention and the narration was great. I recommend this book.

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  • carolyn King
  • 05-30-22

Enjoyable.

Loved the storyline from start to finish. Was able to feel for all three characters.