Obsession: Explicitly Yours, Book 4 Audible Audiobook – Unabridged
Obsession is book four in the Explicitly Yours series.
Beau Olivier never intended to fall in love, but what was once his conquest has become his prize. Until he ends up in the same position he was 10 years earlier - between Lola’s legs and begging to have her. So when she disappears into thin air, leaving him empty-handed and alone, Beau is consumed with the need to find her.
As Lola gets farther from his reach, Beau is driven to the brink of insanity trying to find her. When he reaches the edge, he has to decide if he can let Lola go for good - or if he’ll bring her down with him.
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|Listening Length||4 hours and 1 minute|
|Whispersync for Voice||Ready|
|Audible.com.au Release Date||13 December 2018|
|Best Sellers Rank|| 175,810 in Audible Books & Originals (See Top 100 in Audible Books & Originals) |
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Beau is on the hunt for her, too. He has a PI trying to track her down, and as soon as they find a trace of her, he drops everything to go there himself. He’s almost unrecognisable in that respect. It’s like he finally understands that money isn’t power, work isn’t everything, and he can’t just cut Lola out of his life. Out of his heart.
Will they finally both grow up and move forward together? Or has all their childish pettiness ruined things forever?
I have mixed feeling about this. Again. Lola executed her plan perfectly and her disappearance from Beau’s life was flawless. But really, what has she achieved for herself? Yes by the end it ultimately helped Beau see the error of his ways. Helped him realise that work and money aren’t everything and he has to prioritise the people that he loves. But I do feel like he still would’ve gotten there on his own. Maybe it would have been a very slow process but if she’d just talked to him about it, he would’ve figured it out eventually.
I did love how Beau was so consumed by Lola’s disappearance that it finally clicked what life is all about. Yes he worked hard to provide for her, for his mum, for his sister. But money isn’t the same as quality time with a loved one. And Beau finally got that.
I feel like the book ended really abruptly and I would’ve liked an extended epilogue, but it ended in a logical place still.
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In a game of cat and mouse you never know who will be victorious, during Obsession this was the case and it also wasn't clear who was the cat and who the mouse.
Beau was unravelling day by day, the loss of Lola interfeering with every moment of his life until finally he realises how badly he screwed up.
Lola's surprise for Beau at the end was something I predicted and I was so glad to be right.
It was nerve wrecking, exciting and I'm eager to read things from his point of view.
If I was lola I would have told him to jog on, take all of the money and moved away and started a new life. Go back to school or set up a business. Lola was played by both men. I got her need for revenge but why allow him back.
I loved it, great characters, dialogue and storyline just a shame its broken down into four books.
First book by this author but I don't think I would buy again unless it's complete.
Overall a very good series which must be read in the correct order to fully enjoy the story, none of them are 'stand alone'.