Illicit Audiobook Review

Illicit by Ava Harrison
⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ from Ari

Length: 7 hrs, 46 min
Narrators: Christian Rummel, Carly Robins


I was never supposed to see him again.
One night of passion with a complete stranger.
My last tryst before senior year.
But I was lost the moment his tempting lips were on my skin.
His intense touch on my body.
It should have ended there.
But he’s not a stranger.
He’s my history teacher.
And wanting him is against the rules.
Off limits.



Illicit is passionate, emotional, full of heat and keeps your heart racing. Ava Harrison’s writing has you sharing the roller coaster of emotions right along side Lynn and Carson. It’s an angst filled, love story about two damaged people who are utterly lost to the passion and intense connection they share. This book is one fantastic ride everyone should take.

I was already a fan of this book when I read it, but listening to the audiobook was a completely new and mesmerizing experience. Christian Rummel’s narration as Carson Blake is everything I didn’t know I needed! As if Carson wasn’t already a totally worthy book boyfriend before, but listening to Christian Rummel give life to the broody, protective, and sinfully sexy character took it to a whole new level of hotness. He takes a character and story that is already good and upgrades it to fantastic and damn near perfection. Carly Robbins is also great in her narration. She does an awesome job of portraying Lynn as vulnerable and conflicted without having her come off as whiny and overly dramatic. Also, her seamless transitions between characters gives the audiobook fantastic flow and made me want to keep listening straight through. Together both narrators, along with Ava Harrison’s words, make this audiobook an absolute must listen.


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