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All U Can Eat (Berkley Sensation) Mass Market Paperback – May 1, 2007
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Holly brings a level of sensuality to her storytelling that may shock the uninitiated. -- Publishers Weekly --This text refers to an out of print or unavailable edition of this title.
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This is one of the most explicit novels I have read and I love it! I enjoyed it almost as much as Beyond Seduction and Personal Assets, my favorite Holly novels. The scenes with Frankie and Mike, the young stray looking for a job, are scorching. The scenes with Pete and Dave are also hot. They remind me of the stuff Holly wrote in Menage and Strange Attractions. She seems to enjoy writing male-with-male scenes in her books and often makes her heroes either bisexual or as having bisexual tendencies.Read more ›
The heroine in All U Can Eat is Frankie Smith and the owner of the All U Can Eat diner. Jack West, the chief of police has been in deep lust with Frankie for awhile and since her boyfriend just broke up with her she's now available. There are obstacles in Jack's way, such as the hot new male cook and this little murder invstigation but never fear, the journey is well worth it.
Although this book is a totally different story with totally different characters the feel of the book was very similar to Cooking Up A Storm which I loved. Those of you who are fans of Emmas won't be disappointed and those who have never read her, if you're ready to have your toes curled, check this book out.
Ms. Holly is still writing her signature hot and sensual stories, only I did not see this having as much of an entertainment value as her past efforts as it seemed to focus more on the lead character, Frankie Smith's sexual escapade aspects as shock value. The storyline of a murder investigation that pointed to one of her sexual partners seemed overshadowed by the intensely erotic couplings of the female lead. In her attempt to get over being jilted by her long-time boyfriend she is doing her very best in testing the newly available waters with several new partners while the investigating officer and Chief of Police, Jack West would like nothing better than to become one of those partners.
Fans of Emma's have come to expect the high degree of sensuality that resonates with whatever genre she happens to turn her very creative imagination and pen to. While this reviewer's personal inclination gravitates more towards the one on one romantic relationships, those with more adventuresome tastes will surely enjoy the vividly descriptive escapades that abound throughout in this latest publication. My personal tastes aside, it was very tantalizing, very graphic, and recommended with a warning regarding the explicit and erotic sex. Bottom line - I have seen this author produce a much stronger plot without resorting to so much shock value.
Marilyn Rondeau, RIO - Reviewers International Organization
Frankie Smith, owner of the popular diner All U Can Eat, is dumped by her long-time boyfriend, but she doesn't let that get in the way of her job, or her self-esteem, at least not too much. A hard-working woman with a strong sexual appetite, Frankie is not at a loss for male companionship, and lets herself enjoy the attention, realizing not all men take her for granted.
After a particular enjoyable evening, Frankie wakes up to find a dead body behind her diner, and it's someone she knows. Calling the police brings Chief Jack West to her door, a rugged, private man who immediately gets her attention when he frisks her per police procedure. Only then does she find out she's a suspect, which doesn't sit well with her, but decides to cooperate with the police as best as she can so at least her diner will re-open quickly and she can get back to her life.
Jack has been fighting his attraction to the sexy diner owner for a long time. Having a screwed-up past, he can't imagine ever ending up with a woman like Frankie, but that doesn't make him want her any less. While he knows it's not professional, in addition to solving the crime that took place, his sole concern is clearing Frankie's name as a suspect, which means he's spending lots of time with her, both a pleasure and a test of his self-control. Yet Jack isn't the only one feeling the attraction; Frankie can't stop thinking about Jack and definitely wants to fulfill his fantasies....
If you've never read a book by Emma Holly, be prepared for how sexual her stories are.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Quick read. Excellent story line. Keeps you guessing, although you can tell who the killer is and what will happen at the end. Read morePublished 10 months ago by just me
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This is the first story I read by this author....and let's be honest, I was intrigued by the title! This is a fun story that has a mystery twist with a side of erotica! Read morePublished on July 3, 2013 by Casey K. Mcentee
This novel was short this novel was short and predictable. Read this when you have an afternoon and are looking for a diversion-like when you're sitting at the beach. Read morePublished on February 26, 2013 by Christianne Gordon
All You Can Eat is my first Emma Holly novel - and I'm hooked! Right from the very beginning, this book grips you and doesn't let go, not even when you've finished it. Read morePublished on February 6, 2013 by Lucy Felthouse
emma holly always delivers... against a wall, hot cops, menage and a bit of mm. i enjoyed this book a lot. new batteries not included!Published on December 19, 2012 by Amazon Customer
I've read several Emma Holly books, and I confess this one is my absolute fav so far. Mike and Jack are HOT HOT HOT and Frankie is spunky and not afraid to embrace her sexual... Read morePublished on September 6, 2012 by Kate M.
This book was amazing. I love how the author describes the characters and the scenes. I wish it had had a little bit more of a drama scenario. I hope the author writes a sequelPublished on January 30, 2012 by elizabethborn89