- Series: The Mount Series (Book 3)
- Paperback: 280 pages
- Publisher: Xcite Books (October 15, 2014)
- Language: English
- ISBN-10: 178375592X
- ISBN-13: 978-1783755929
- Product Dimensions: 5 x 0.7 x 8 inches
- Shipping Weight: 13.1 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
- Average Customer Review: 5 customer reviews
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #4,705,393 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)
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To Rome With Lust: The Mount Series (Volume 3) Paperback – October 15, 2014
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To be fair, this book has a bit of Dom/sub, but it’s like one scene. The rest? So much lovely smexy. And the story? FUN!
Liza has a super nose. For real. She can smell the bitterness of a person’s anger, and the tangy scent of arousal. This is often a real challenge for her, as she can barely find a man whose scent she can tolerate–her current long-distance “BF” actually makes her sneeze. Well, he did until she found him diddling another gal and she booked it to Rome, on assignment. See, Liza’s a reporter, and she’s doing a feature on Martelli fragrances. On the trip she encounters a man whose scent is so erotic she cannot bear to be away from him.
And the feeling is mutual for Paulo.
Paulo knows a good nose–and Liza continues to amaze him, not only with her ability to experience scent, but with her sexual appetite as well. Together, they are an unstoppable force, sniffing out the pheromones of sex to find the most alluring of aroma combinations to build a line of perfumes. Liza takes it as a personal challenge, knowing it’ll make the absolute best article, but a deep bond is building between herself and Paulo, too. Looks like life is coming up roses…
Well, except for the stolen formulas.
Expect ménage. Expect espionage. Expect smexytimes. Expect voyeurism. This is a flirty, fun read with a plot that cracks along. Read with an open mind.
By KD Grace
Reviewed by Kristi Lynn
To Rome with Lust is a continuation in The Mount Series; however I think it can be read as a standalone. In this book we meet Liza Calendar a journalist with a nose like no other. She can read people based on their scent. Liza is heading to France to do an interview with Martelli Fragrance. At the airport she meets Paulo “the nose” Delacour. Paulo is the heir to Martelli Fragrance and has quite a nose himself. Paulo and Liza share a magnetic connection to one another and are immediately taken with each. They have no idea who the other person really is and that they will be spending more time together in France. Liza wants Paulo and the feeling is mutual. In addition Paulo wants Liza’s nose to help redefine the fragrance industry. What Liza does not know is that Martelli Fragrance is a front for the Mount, an ancient sex cult that Paulo is also a member of. Will Liza be able to look past and accept the Mount and use her nose to assist Paulo? Will outside interferences be too much for these two? Will the attraction build and turn into more?
I have read a few other books by KD Grace and I loved them. I love KD’s writing style and the sense of humor that seems to be injected in her books. They are unique and different from anything else I have read. This book was no different! This book is steamy, sexy and incredibly hot. I appreciated that while there were great sexual encounters throughout the book, there was a story line to back it up. KD also managed to pack in a little mystery and some surprises in this story. I only have one area of the book that I did not love. While I thought the scent concept with Liza was funny, I had a hard time connecting to it as it was something I had never heard of nor do I have experience it. Other than that I really enjoyed this book and would recommend this book and others by KD Grace to readers.
I give this book four stars!!!
Copy kindly gifted by author for honest review.
Liza and Paulo set the pages on fire in this romp through Rome and your olfactory senses - just be aware that you will find yourself sniffing others for a few days after reading this!!! (just try to be inconspicuous!)
A highly enjoyable book which was kindly gifted by the author in exchange for an honest review.