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Tuesday, June 25, 2013

4 Wine Review! Ruby (Facets of Passion #3) by Jeffe Kennedy

Ruby
Facets of Passion #3
by Jeffe Kennedy
Kindle Edition
Published May 13th 2013 by Carina Press
41,000 words
ASIN B00BED271M
Danielle Sosna has no problem denying herself in order to achieve her goals—after all, that attitude landed her a dream job at Vogue Paris. But in New Orleans for one last assignment before heading overseas, she's faced with the most decadent of temptations. Seductive Cajun chef Bobby Prejean takes Dani's strength of will as a challenge, and offers her a night of wild indulgence—if she will agree to obey his every command…
Dani can't resist Prejean's invitation to join him in a world of carnal desire, complete with fetish costumes and masks. Determined to keep her emotional distance, she gives Prejean everything but her name. A night becomes a week, as she spends Mardi Gras suspended…in the delicious space where pleasure meets pain.
Too late, she realizes the cloak of anonymity has not protected her—and that chasing her dream might come at the expense of her heart.
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Lexi's Thoughts



Ruby is more than a book of passion, it is a story of two people who meet and change each others lives in a manner that will make your blood thrum in the most delicious of ways. 

Dani and Prejean meet when she is kicked out of his restaurant, not exactly a great way to meet a potential lover. An easy fact to overlook, or to Prejean part of the reason he is drawn to Dani. They begin their fiery affair knowing very little about each other, playing it safe. Only safe is for vanilla lovers and before these two know it, emotions are entwined and dreams are on the line. 

This is a short read, one you will breeze through and be looking for more. So instead of summarizing the plot, which you can get from the blurb, I will tell you about Kennedy’s amazing writing. 

A talented author makes you forget you are reading about fictional characters. They make you feel the emotions as the characters feel them. Elation, pain, loss. Kennedy has mastered that art by introducing you to two people that seem to have their lives together yet still have flaws and needs that only the right person can fit. Even beyond the characters, Ruby brings New Orleans to you...even if only for an hour or two. (how fast of a reader are you?) The smell and taste of the food, the people and the sounds are all there to help pull you into Kennedy’s story making it complete. 

If you have never tried an erotic BDSM before, Ruby is a great place to start. Short, hot, and well written. Perfect for a hot summer night! 





 Rating: 4 Wines for this erotic contemporary romance!



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