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Wednesday, October 30, 2013

Guest Review: Eat, Play, Lust by Tawna Fenske - 4 Wine Glasses


18302770Title: Eat, Play, Lust
Author: Tawna Fenske
Format: ebook, 57 pages
Published: August 26th 2013 by Entangled: Flirt
Source: Entangled
Links: Goodreads | Amazon | B&N
Reviewer: Chelsea 
Rating: 4/5

Cami Pressman is a yoga instructor with a lifelong secret love of junk food. Not even an irresistible man can replace the mouthwatering wickedness of her favorite foods. 
Until, that is, Paul Hammond signs up for her class. He’s a gourmet chef looking to score some fitness tips, and a date with Cami. Suddenly Cami’s lust for junk food isn’t the only thing making her tingle. 
When this sinful chef and hot yoga teacher eat, play, and lust together, they just might bring their obsession to a new level.

Thoughts:

Tater Tots have a new level of hot in this book!

This is a quick read.  Cami is a yoga instructor.  She's noticed Paul in her regular classes over the last two months.  Now offering private sessions, Paul was the last person she expected to see. 

Paul is a gourmet chef, self proclaimed food geek and full of humor.  When his doctor (who happens to be his brother) recommends he add to his workout, he signs up for Cami's yoga classes. 

The attraction is immediate for both of them.  He arrives to the private session.  The banter between these two characters is hilarious.  He ends up at her apartment for what's supposed to be a quick moment to change his clothes.  She's trying to hide her guilty pleasure.  Cami's mom has been harsh on her weight all her life.  Cami once overweight, now fit and trim, has serious food issues.  She has one weakness, tater tots.  I never thought little potato bites could be sexy until reading this book.  Once Paul realizes Cami's insecurities he sets out to cook for her and pleasure her palate.  Well, there is more pleasing then just her palate going on.  ;)  My only complaint, Paul is a bit chatty at times causing the story to drag some.

This is a good, short read.  A story more about lust and desire than love. 

1 comment:

Red Iza said...

Just bought it, thanks for the review ;)