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The good news is that the Gold Quartet has been invited to play one of their favorite concertos as guest artists with the noted Berlin Philharmonic. The bad news? The concert falls on Ruby’s birthday, so she’ll be traveling to Europe with her fellow musicians instead of celebrating at home with family and friends. 

The guys hatch a plan to make it up to her, a plan to celebrate Ruby’s birthday in a way she’ll never forget. Playing with one of the foremost orchestras in the world is cool, but fulfilling one of Ruby’s naughtiest fantasies is even better. Her three trusted friends and lovers take her on a ride of deep, passionate surrender, bringing this quartet of sensual stories to a spectacular close.

©2021 Annabel Joseph (P)2021 Dreamscape Media, LLC

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Perfect conclusion

Don’t expect a very developed story. It’s kinky erotica, period. But a good one, especially as an audiobook.

It seemed counterintuitive to have a multicast recording for a short erotica story, but that’s what makes it so good. The book is the first of a series of short stories about Ruby and the three men who work with her in the quartet. Each book focuses on the relationship between Ruby and one of those men, so having them interpreted by three different male narrators, and introducing them right from the beginning, makes sense.

The female narrator is great, and the whole book is through her point of view. And the male narrators, with their bouncy energy and their different styles of narration, made the book very enjoyable.

Finally, what we were all waiting for–a sexy foursome. Since it is still written through Ruby’s point of view, the male narrators don’t get enough speaking time in my opinion, but it was still a blast to have them all together.

Perfect conclusion.

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Super Wow!!

If you like hot, hot, hot then this is the book you want. Hot storyline, hot dialogue and hot men. The performers do a heart melting job at bringing the story to life. I’ve read the entire series and Full Concerto brings all the players together. You won’t be disappointed!

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The narrators are the star of this!

The quartet is back, and they've been invited to play in Berlin. They're finally getting the professional recognition they've worked their whole career for. Being given the superstar treatment by the Berlin Philharmonic, everyone's excited about this opportunity. Ruby is obviously excited, but her birthday is the same day as their performance, and she had planned a getaway to Vegas with her girlfriends. Knowing how important this is to the quarter, she cancel's her birthday plans to support the guys.

Feeling bad about her birthday plans taking a backseat, the guys decide to surprise Ruby with a birthday celebration of their own.

This was a hot and good ending to this quickie quartet of audio novellas. Ava Lucas, Jason Clarke, Connor Crais, Teddy Hamilton are wonderful in their narration of the very different yet complementary personalities of these four musicians.