Tuesday, March 29, 2016

Book Review: Sweet Seduction

Author Daire St. Denis
Title: Sweet Seduction
Publisher: Harlequin Blaze
Publish Date: Feb 23, 2016
Buy: Amazon
Book Blurb:Daisy Sinclair knows how to make a guy moan with raw pleasure. She should, as owner of the best damn bakery in Chicago. Her cinnamon buns are borderline orgasmic! Of course, standing in front of the city's biggest (and sexy-as-hell) food critic in her skivvies isn't the most professional first impression. Especially when he has a wicked glint in his eye…

Jamie Forsythe isn't exactly a food critic; his twin brother is. One look at Daisy's mouthwatering curves, and Jamie knows only that he wants to have his cake and Daisy, too. Attraction mixed with deception is a recipe for disaster—the naughtiest, hottest kind imaginable. And there's no way Jamie can resist being sent to bed…with Daisy as dessert!

Review: This is one of those books that I wanted to go on for ages. I really adored Daisy and I wanted more of her story. I also wanted to get to know Jamie and his brother Colin.

Jamie is just wonderful. I loved their flirtatious first encounter when he shows up to review Nana Sin's bakery.

Their relationship is full of ups and downs, because of a little twin switcheroo that has its own little bit of drama. I'm so glad that Colin is going to get his own story, because I want to know what is up with him. (He comes across as a bit of a stick in the mud at first, but at the end of the story he's almost as adorable as Jamie)

Daisy and Jamie have explosively hot sex sometimes it feels a little gratuitous but then I remember that this is a Blaze and that's what these books are about.

Daisy is going through a tough divorce and Jamie is unfortunately stuck working for her soon to be ex. Things get very complicated and it looks like Nana Sin's is going to have to close down.

That brings about more drama, which shows how loyal her friends are as well as Jamie.

This was truly one of the best Blaze novels I've read in ages.

Review 5 flowers


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