Lulu and Luc Le Grand and their firm friends, Coco Barrella and Hunter Donovan,
head to Paris for a romantic getaway at The Domville Hotel. Looking forward to
good company, great food, and some steamy seasonal shenanigans away from the
pressures of work, the last thing they expect is to be stranded there on
Will the calm
marital waters of the seemingly perfect Le Grand’s relationship become choppy
when they risk not making it home to their children for Christmas Day?
And will “love
to hate each other” couple Coco and Hunter grow closer in the city of love, or
will they be pulled apart by the unintentional reminder of their failings as
they compare themselves to their married friends?
Featuring couples from C.J. Fallowfield's bestselling
humorous erotic romance books The Temptress & All That Glisters, this
festive erotic romance novella can be read as a standalone. It contains scenes
towards the end of their stories, that weren’t included in their novels. While
not essential to have read either novel, for the best reading experience they
should be read in the order of The Temptress, All That Glisters, then this
novella. It also contains adult material and is strictly for the over 18’s
only. It’s sure to turn your cold and wet December into a positively scorching
hot, but still wet, one!
Two hot and
sexy couples going to Paris for Christmas! Le Sigh! I loved Lulu and Luc Le
Grand in the Temptress! One of my fav reads! Seeing more of them married, with
kids and then getting a little alone time together…. “Le Grand Style.” The love
they have for their children is only second to their love for each other. A
beautiful couple and a beautiful addition to their story, which includes some
super hot and steamy scenes.
I didn’t have
the pleasure of reading Coco and Hunter’s story in All That Glisters, but I
could tell that they struggled to get to the happiness that they currently
have. While Coco is ready to take it to the next level, she doesn’t want to
push Hunter, but at the same time, she’s trying not to freak out. Hunter wants
to give Coco everything, but he is still struggling with internal issues. The
weekend away with the Le Grand’s is really helpful for him personally and them
as a couple. While I did like their characters, their constant bickering was
exhausting. So glad Hunter and Coco get all wired up from arguing, because it
makes for some awesome, hot sex!
Fallowfield is one of my fav authors. Her writing is smooth and the stories
flow effortlessly. This is another great addition to her collection.
Brotherhood is what Bull bleeds and all that he
Being the king of The Devil’s Dust and surrounded
by easy women was his everyday… until having his heart broke rooted him to the
bottom of a whiskey bottle.
Heartbroken, and drowning in lost memories he’s
unsure of the direction of his life, when the answer – consisting of a
terrified Mexican girl- nearly knocks him off his feet.
Determined to get his act together and rectify
his club, he rides to Texas for answers, only to be confronted with the
emotional ghosts he isn’t ready to deal with.
He sees Anahi, and he wants her.
But she may come with more baggage than Bull is
Anahi used to be prim and proper. She used to
wear dresses and keep up appearances to impress people she didn’t know. I guess
you could say she was a fucking lady.
But that was when she lived in Mexico with her
Before her uncle turned on her.
Before, the only man she ever loved, her
step-brother, betrayed her.
Before she was forced to be a drug mule for the
Evening gowns a lost memory, expensive heels
traded for boots, and a nine millimeter in her hand instead of a limited
edition purse. Anahi sets aside everything she’s ever known including the
fairytale stories her mother told her about America.
She’s angry, determined, and looking for a way
When a new M.N Forgy books comes out, you just
have to get it. Believe it or not, I was hooked on one of her other books
before I even knew about the Devil’s Dust series. When I met her in West
Virginia about a year ago and learned of these awesome biker books, I was super
stoked! I love MC books and I love M.N.’s writing. Win/Win for me!
Bull and Anahi…Where do I start? Both were messed
up from the beginning. Bull is drowning his sorrows in a bottle and Anahi is desperate
to get out of the life, her uncle tells her, is in her blood. Both can’t trust
each other, but both are drawn to each other more than they care to admit.
Bull loves Anahi’s spit fire attitude. She acts
as if she has nothing to lose and in her mind she really doesn’t. At times she
pushes the limits knowing she may pay the price, but at the same time, she
doesn’t want to back down. She’s become a strong woman, with everything that
was thrown at her.
Bull can’t get over the love he lost…even though,
she really wasn’t his to begin with. He’s the president of the MC, but most now
look at him with pity or sometimes hope that he will pull himself out of this drunken
hole. Going to Texas to figure things out, puts him right in line with the
newest woman to consume his thoughts and only after running in to her once.
I really liked Bull and Anahi’s story. It was
gritty and suspenseful. It pulled me right in. The story flowed and I flew
threw it. Another great one by M.N.
I thought the ring on my finger would do the trick and keep
men away. All I wanted was to save my heart from shattering--again. The truth
is, I'm not married. The ring was just a ploy--a ploy to keep me safe,
protected from pain.
But then Marcus Riley came along with his goofy pick-up
lines, and he saw right through the facade. He knew the truth, and he wanted
me. God help me, I wanted him too--in so many ways. But love is a risk, a
painful, scary risk. One I'm too afraid to take.
He's the one risk worth taking.
But it just might come at a price.
I really enjoyed Calculated Risk. Rachael Duncan
is a fav of mine, so I didn't even read the blurb before signing up. I wasn't
sure what the premise was, but the plot twists and little suspense she threw in
with Marcus and Lydia's love story, totally sucked me in. I finished the book
in a few days! Her writing was smooth and the story flowed really well.
I will say Lydia’s reservations about not getting
hurt again were warranted, but at times I just wanted to smack some sense in to
her. All men are not the same and it bothered me a bit that she gave Marcus
such a hard time at the beginning. That being said, Marcus worked for her
attention and made sure she knew she was special. That sealed my approval for him.
Marcus is a smart and sexy cop. Hello! What’s not
to like?! He’s definitely persistent and has a great personality. I loved his
quirky pick up lines. He made me giggle a few times. We could tell he was head
over heels for Lydia and we could tell he was definitely not like Lydia’s ex. I
saw it right away, so I was hoping it wouldn’t take Lydia so long, but I know
her last relationship was a disaster.
I loved the other characters in the book too.
Lydia’s friends were supportive, but at the same time had to exert some tough
love. I cannot wait to see them in their own stories.