Rub It In / Just One Kiss
Kira Sinclair / Isabel Sharpe
"Rub It In Sexy, reclusive Caribbean resort owner Simon Reeves and Marcy McKinney have always had a volatile work relationship. But when the resort is closed and Simon intentionally traps Marcy on the island, she snaps – and the tension between them evolves into pure, unadulterated lust. Her hot boss has very definite – and exquisitely tantalising – ideas on exactly how to keep Marcy from leaving the island…and his bed! Just One Kiss Nestled in the heart of Seattle is a warm hub of decadent baking delights and the owner, Angela Loukas, is about to meet a mouthwatering man – one she can’t resist! Unfortunately, Daniel Flynn is officially celibate. No sex. No dating. But once he steps into Angela’s shop, he remembers what temptation – in the form of chocolate icing and a mischievous set of chocolate brown eyes – feels like."
A ver good read!
13 June 2012
Review By Vivien MitchellRating
"I have to say that Isabel Sharpe is one of my favourite Blaze authors, and this novel does not disappoint. Where many writers seem to write the same book over and over again, Ms Sharpe's novels are always very varied with different characters and plots each time and it is impossible to predict what will happen with each story. Her novels also have warmth and sensuality without being overblown or hackneyed. Also, the sensuality is portrayed in the widest sense of the word - in this book the central character is a baker so there is LOTS of detail about food (I had never heard of a chocolate lavender eclair before - but I want one!). There is also a description of a rival bakery which is to die for - I wish it was real! What I also like about Ms Sharpe's novels is that there is normally a secondary theme which is as good as the main one - in this case, Bonnie is a florist so we get lots of detail about flowers, which makes this a very girly book! (Still not sure whether I like Seth, but maybe it is good to have an unlikeable character to add texture to a story?). This story is also funnier than the other books I have read, which is a bonus - the "man makes cupcake" scene is hilarious! This is book one in a trilogy, and I am really looking forward to reading the rest of the series.
The other story in this book is for me a standard Blaze, but I do always find with the 2 in 1 books that I like one story much more than the other ."