Thursday, August 11, 2016

Romance Thurs: "Flirting with Felicity" by Gerri Russell

Genre: Contemporary Romance and Woman's Fiction. 237 pages.
Price: $4.99 ebook (at time of post)
Publisher & Date: Montlake Romance. February 1, 2015.
Book Link: Click Here
Listed Rating: 📔📔📔. 7
Price I Paid: Zip, Due to Amazon First Prime Subscription.
My Rating:  📔📔📔

My Thoughts: Billionaire Forced To Do Business With Beguiling Chef. 

      The saying never mix business and pleasure, is definitely reinforces in this novel. That saying and another like the heart wants what it wants also comes to mind. Okay being serious now, the two leads fall instantly in lust and then love before two weeks has passed. Wish I had that kinda luck! Ultimately this novel is really all about their romance and the rest of the plot fell flat being quickly rushed in lieu of the HEA. 
        Being a chef and taking care of those she loves is all Felicity Wright wants to do in life. So when she suddenly inherits the hotel and restaurant she lives and works in Felicity is stunned. Her life once burdened with financial pressures now looks to be lightened but with the arrival of the hotels should be heir the situation may turn. Billionaire and Hotel Mogul, Blake Bancroft, was the nephew of the late owner and knows he has the right to the hotel that his uncle willed to a random stranger. When meeting Felicity he is surprised by how much their attraction is to one another despite being adversaries. Neither is willing to budge on their plans for the hotel and so a deal is struck one day with each other to show what their prospective plan for the place is right. But with their attraction to each other always simmering their business may just take a backseat, if only newspapers didn't get involved. 
        Overall, okay read to pas the time. Felicity is a brilliant cook and her delicious recipes are actually given in the back of the book. She had a lot on her shoulders and didn't back down for nothing even a hot man. Blake had a terrible past but he really opened up to Felicity and finally learned to love. When the two acknowledged their attraction was no longer just lust but was love I was like "Thank God! took ya long enough." The only issues I had was the romance felt dragged out because the couple literally put off talking about the business matter to sleep together just one more time then another. Then the part of who was feeding the press about the hotel business was quickly wrapped up with a simple I'm sorry and a paragraph of its all good now info. So in the end if you're looking for a romance set in a hotel and the kitchen about two souls rich and poor looking for love and family this novel might just be what your looking to read.

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