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Saturday, November 12, 2011

Review: Deliciously Sinful by Lilli Feisty

Deliciously SinfulDeliciously Sinful
by Lilli Feisty
Paperback, 310 pages
Expected publication: December 16th 2011 by Forever 
ISBN 0446571555
Courtesy of the publisher
Purchase at Barnes & Noble
Things are cooking in the kitchen...and the bedroom.Restaurant owner Phoebe Mayle thought she had it all under control. Sure, her new chef has a bad-boy reputation - and a chiseled body to match - but she's positive she can whip him into shape.But from the moment Nick Avalon roars into town in his Hummer, he makes her whole world sizzle. Now Phoebe has lost control of her kitchen, and Nick has taken over her mind and her body. His insatiable appetite for pleasure leaves her breathless with carnal cravings only he can satisfy. Yet can their hunger for each other be a recipe for a love that lasts?
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My thoughts:
What happens when a bad-boy chief and a good-girl restaurant owner come together? A whole lot of delicious naughtiness heating up the kitchen!  

After the passing of her aunt and uncle, Phoebe Mayle takes of the family business; an organic café, which has received the best reviews and even won first place ribbons for their brownies at the local festival ten years running. Determined to carry on the tradition while running her own organic farming business at the same time, Phoebe hires a talented chef with a bad-boy reputation. But when her new chef pulls into her nature loving small town in a gas-guzzling eye-catching yellow Hummer, she instantly regrets her decision and coming face-to-face with the arrogant Brit they immediately butt heads while the sparks start to fly.
Taking a job at a local dinner in the hippy small town of Redbolt, California is not something that Nick Avalon wants to do but after being fired, again, as chef at a high profile L.A. restaurant and being turned down for a reality television show Nick needs to get out of the city to reevaluate and get his life back on track. Frustrating his feisty new boss is easy to do and seems to be the only entertainment in this town full of bumpkins, but when things start to heat up in the kitchen and frustration turns to attraction will Nick stick around long enough for it to lead anywhere?
You know what they say, there’s a fine line between love and hate...


This is my first read from author Lilli Feisty and I will definitely be looking into her other works now. The title of this novel says it all because the story of Phoebe and Nick was sinfully delicious! The romance was edgy, thrilling, and I will never be able to use a whisk or see chocolate pudding without thinking about the erotic uses they can be put to. 
Deliciously Sinful moved at a nice clip while the engaging characters kept me turning the pages. Nick is the swoon worthy bad boy with a whole other hidden side to his personality that is rarely, if ever, seen. But the more time he spends with Phoebe the more that softer side comes out, which is what Phoebe clings to throughout their hot and cold running relationship.  The back and forth between these two will tug on your heartstrings as they fight their undeniable attraction for each other and slowly start to lower the walls built around each of their hearts. A wonderful romance of opposites attracting, not to mention the sizzling cooking and scorching sex that lit up the pages! 
Sexy, humorous, heart pounding; Sinfully Delicious also had a wonderful sub plot of Phoebe’s eighteen year old niece and widowed brother in law that was moving and I thoroughly enjoyed. 




Rating: 4 Wine Glasses - A satisfying contemporary erotic romance, I loved every minute of Deliciously Sinful!

Sexual Content: Deliciously Sinful is chuck full of appetizing erotic love scenes, edgy romance, light bondage, frequent adult language full of snark and so much more! Definitely heats up the kitchen and the pages, you will need a bath full of ice cubes after this read!

1 comment:

Lexi said...

A nice review, I like to see the tough guy's soft side reveiled by his woman. And hmmm...chocolate pudding?