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  • Posted September 14, 2013

    Eat Play Lust is exactly what I expected. It is light and flirty

    Eat Play Lust is exactly what I expected. It is light and flirty. This is what could definitely be a weekend read. The characters weren't complex, but they were easily relatable.

    Cami, the main character is a yoga trainer with unresolved weight issues.  Her mother is a health-nut, who judges those who indulge in junk food harshly. This leaves Cami confused about food and herself.
     
    Paul is a professional chef who is a little on the dorky side. He doesn't know when to stop talking.  He fumbles a bit and always makes the conversation a little bit awkward.
     
    “I know it’s rude to ask an attractive woman her age. Or any woman, regardless of whether she’s attractive. I mean, obviously, a woman’s value isn’t determined by her level of attractiveness.” I suffer from "Blabbermouth Syndrome" so I can understand why he didn't stop talking there. “Not that I’m implying you aren’t attractive. Obviously you’re knock-down, drop-dead, leave ‘em howling gorgeous". I am sure he would have kept going if Cami didn't interrupt him.
     
    The characters are universally relatable, and fun to read. I say if you have a few extra hours on your hands and you are looking for a light-hearted funny read, this is right up your alley.

    2 out of 2 people found this review helpful.

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  • Posted September 26, 2013

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    This book should come with a food warning...

    Reviewed by Kim
    for Read Your Writes Book Reviews

    This book should come with a warning that says to not read while hungry. Or reading this book will make you wish for your own personal chef to make all of the food mentioned.

    Paul Hammond moved to Bend six months ago to be the head chef at a restaurant called Merenwall. Cami Pressman is a yoga instructor and health nut. Cami has a SERIOUS guilty pleasure obsession with tater tots. I’m talking five bags in her freezer is low obsession. But this is a secret obsession no one knows about.

    Paul is a student in Cami’s yoga class but finally decides that he wants some one-on-one time with her. For Cami’s part, she always notices Paul who’s in the back of her class. Paul is a funny, charming, likeable guy who has a tendency to put his foot in his mouth.

    When Paul accidentlly discovers Cami’s secret, he makes it his mission to let her know that it’s okay. And what transpires is nothing short of foodgasm nirvana. There’s nothing like having your own personal chef who can introduce you to the pleasures of food both inside and outside of the bedroom.

    Source: Publisher

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  • Anonymous

    Posted September 8, 2013

    This one was cute, sexy, and laugh out loud funny. I think my st

    This one was cute, sexy, and laugh out loud funny. I think my stomach grumbled just about the entire time I was reading this book. I want some tater tots and gourmet junk food so bad I can't hardly stand it.

    I read it in one setting and I think I had a perma smile the entire time! I was in stitches over Cami trying to keep Paul from finding out about the tater tots!

    *copy provided via Netgalley in exchange for an honest review. -Tammy-

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  • Posted September 2, 2013

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    Eat, Play, Lust is a fast, quirky read that is full of sweet rom

    Eat, Play, Lust is a fast, quirky read that is full of sweet romance, a junk food obsession, and Stand-Up Paddle Yoga. Cami and Paul are just a match made in heaven. She likes to eat and he likes to cook! The sensual scenes that involve food in this story are not to be missed! Let’s just say that you may never look at certain food in the same light anymore!

    This is a quick read with engaging characters that will have you wishing and hoping for longer story with the two fun characters!

    I was given a copy of this story in exchange for an honest review.

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  • Posted August 31, 2013

    Being so short, it pretty much gets straight to the point. Boy

    Being so short, it pretty much gets straight to the point. Boy likes girl. Girl likes boy. After some bumbling around, boy and girl get together … but the bumbling is very delicious.

    If you need a great way to wrap up your summer night, grab a glass of wine and sit back – Eat Play Lust is that perfect little tidbit to finish out your day. Full review available at RomanticReadsandSuch on Wordpress.

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  • Posted August 28, 2013

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    An absolutely delightful novella from Tawna Fenske. Be prepared

    An absolutely delightful novella from Tawna Fenske. Be prepared to smile and giggle your way through this short story. Plenty of double entendres to keep you entertained from start to finish. Cami, a yoga instructor with a body image problem, thanks to her uber health nut mother, meets sexy gourmet chef Paul when he signs up for a private paddleboard yoga class, though they’ve been secretly crushing on each other for about two months. Paul keeps putting his foot in his mouth whenever he talks to Cami, which makes him absolutely adorable! Cami’s food issues come into play, though in a good way, when Paul decides to show Cami that it’s okay to crave delicious, calorie packed food, and perhaps indulge those cravings and maybe a few others! Lots of sexy, fun dialogue for your enjoyment! If you are looking for a quick, saucy read, this novella, with only 45 pages, is definitely for you!

    Rating: 4

    Heat Rating: Hot

    Reviewed by April P

    Courtesy of My Book Addiction and More

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