3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
Good and above average erotic romance. The author has a nice writing style. I chuckled several times at her thinking.,
This review is from: Perfect Timing (Paperback)
Daisy books a Murder Mystery Weekend at the Bedlingham Manor (hotel). She thinks it is set in the sixties (hippies and free love) but finds it's for the over-sixty crowd. She's only 27. The sexy hotel manager Jake can't stay away from her, and they begin a wild and wonderful affair. As part of an edict from his wealthy father, Jake must avoid having sex with women for six months, to prove his character. He blows it when he meets Daisy. He tries to keep her a secret which is a problem for her. Jake's brother Adrian tries to sabotage Jake's efforts.
I liked the characters and the plot. The storyline was different for a romance novel. I enjoyed the hotel guests being assigned roles and given costumes and words to say as they play-acted for the weekend and tried to solve the mystery. The sex scenes were lustful and long. I enjoyed Jake's inability to control himself, practically tackling her on more than one occasion. However a couple of times I found myself skimming parts of a sex scene, but I still recommend the book.
Story length: 192 pages. Swearing language: strong. Sexual language: strong/erotic. Number of sex scenes: 10, most were several pages long. There is some rear door activity and sex toys. Setting: current day England. Copyright: 2008. Genre: erotic contemporary romance.