Full out sexiness, with some unrequited love finally realized, and the man that brings it all together makes this book one hell of a fabulous summertime story. ~ Slick, Guilty Pleasures
“Two men, one woman, and a romantic vineyard. Summer s never been this hot ”
“Tastes of Seduction, Book 1”
Angus Lowe feels like he s just stepped onto the set of “Lifestyles of the Rich & Famous.” He s checking out a luxurious boutique hotel and winery, lured by the possibility of landscaping the gardens. And he s crazy mad about the woman giving him the tour.
Problem is, Lily Hemington is way out of his league. Not only does she “live” the lifestyle of the rich and famous, she is also crazy mad about the owner of the hotel, Blake Seymour.
Issues get cloudier or could that be steamier? when Angus meets Blake. It s clear Blake has deep feelings for Lily, but it s also obvious he can t take his eyes off Angus. While Angus doesn t find this at all unpleasant, he s painfully aware Lily and Blake are perfect for each other, and that he doesn t belong in their perfect world.
Now it s up to Lily and Blake to convince Angus the only world that counts is the one they all create together.
Warning: This book should be enjoyed with a bottle of chilled white wine. You ll need it to cool down when the heat among these three characters burns out of control.
Review copy provided for an honest review
I can’t help it, I’m a sucker for a story involving ménage and when that ménage has the potential to turn into something more, I’m ecstatic and Jess Dee has made me ecstatic with the first book in her newest series, Summer Wine. Full out sexiness, with some unrequited love finally realized, and the man that brings it all together makes this book one hell of a fabulous summertime story.
I love books with the friends to lovers angle and this book had that hook, but it added in an extra person to double their pleasure and double their fun. Lily and Blake have been friends for years, Lily admits she loves Blake but she’s sure he doesn’t share her feelings. Blake adores Lily and would love a relationship with her but he needs more than she can provide. When she shows up with her gardener, Angus, in tow, a man he’s pretty sure wants Lily as much as he does, he can’t help but notice the sparks flying between the two of them as well. I really respected how easily Lily accepted the fact that both Blake and Angus are bi-sexual and how much she wanted both men and let them know it. Their intimate moments were sexy as hell and they seemed to have no problem figuring out what each other needed.
As this book is novella length it moves at a fast pace, but I never felt cheated because in a short amount of time we learned quite a bit about these characters, their pasts, and we get a clear view of where they are headed in the future.
Thoroughly enjoyable and intensely provocative, Summer Wine by Jess Dee is a fantastic start to a new series and I can’t way to see what happens next.