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Posted May 13, 2013
"Ruby", a delight to savor. I've turned the pages lik
"Ruby", a delight to savor.Was this review helpful? Yes NoThank you for your feedback. Report this reviewThank you, this review has been flagged.
I've turned the pages like in a dream!
The story took me to New Orleans and immediately, I felt bewitched and aroused.
Following Ruby, I felt the spices in the air, the mystery and the desire to live a Mardi Gras full of surprises alongside Prejean.
An erotic tale high in color and in flavor.
More romantic and sensual than "Platinum", I liked the dangerous and attentive pirate played by the Chef Prejean.
Let me tell you...(No, not about my fantasy about Pirates of the Caribbean!)...but, I drooled on the man, his skills and his dishes all along. So, If I had been invited to taste his cuisine, I would have jumped on the occasion!
Located in an art gallery or in a chef's kitchen, the male characters, invented by the author, are always captivating and women always reveal their strenght and desire at their sides.
I particularly enjoyed Danielle's curiosity and impertinence and would have continued my reading if Jeffe Kennedy have not put a final comma. A awesome grabbing erotic story!
For each volume, Jeffe Kennedy's stories are pictured in different surroundings and each time, it's a delightful experience for the reader's imagination.