Fantasy's Bar & Grill Trilogy

Fantasy's Bar & Grill Trilogy

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by Michelle Hughes
     
 

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Welcome to Fantasy's Bar & Grill, where the hottest thing being served up has nothing to do with what's on the menu.  Join Zoey, as she discovers how working with four of the sexiest billionaire bad boys, can change her life. 

Fired from her last job as a paralegal for not sleeping with the boss, she's was determined that her next

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Welcome to Fantasy's Bar & Grill, where the hottest thing being served up has nothing to do with what's on the menu.  Join Zoey, as she discovers how working with four of the sexiest billionaire bad boys, can change her life. 

Fired from her last job as a paralegal for not sleeping with the boss, she's was determined that her next position would be nothing but professionalism.  What she didn't count on was being surrounding by some of the finest male specimens that ever graced the face of the earth.  Discovering they all wanted her in their bed, really didn't help previous goals of keeping things in the work place out of her personal life.

Contains all three books from the Fantasy's Bar & Grill Series

Product Details

ISBN-13:
2940149229598
Publisher:
Tears of Crimson Publishing
Publication date:
04/14/2014
Series:
Fantasy's Bar & Grill , #4
Sold by:
Draft2Digital
Format:
NOOK Book
Sales rank:
70,683
File size:
471 KB

Meet the Author

Michelle Hughes is a bestselling contemporary romance author. She loves writing books that deal with alpha males and virgins and you'll find that theme throughout most of her titles. She lives in Alabama with her husband and four of her five children. Her oldest son is now on his own and has given her the first of what she hopes are many grandchildren.

Prior to a career in writing, Michelle was country singer/songwriter that appeared on the Midnight Jamobreee with such legends as Skeeter Davis and Justin Tubbs. After a fruitful career on the road in music she found writing to be a wonderful way of entertaining the public while staying home with her family.

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Fantasy's Bar & Grill Trilogy 4.5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 21 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I absolutely LOVED this trilogy it totally rocked my world! The chemistry between Zoey, Samson, Miles, Leif and Leon is off the charts HOT! I couldn't decide whether to root for Samson or Miles to steal Zoey's heart. Move over Christian Grey and Gideon Cross there's a new Dom in town named Samson Howard. I loved Samson's term of endearment the little pop tart. Lol. The story line is amazing. The secondary characters were also such an essential part of making this story so amazing. I highly recommend this trilogy to everyone. My only complaint about this trilogy is it's not nearly long enough. 171 pages for three books is too short it made the end too hurried. But all the same it was long enough to fall in love with. Thank You Michelle Hughes for writing and sharing such a wonderful story for us. I love your work.
CindyMeyer More than 1 year ago
The three novellas, Seduced, Devoured, and Consumed make up Fantasy’s Bar & Grill by Michelle Hughes. Recently unemployed paralegal Zoey Summer(s) is applying for a job at a waitress at the famed Fantasy’s Bar & Grill, which by all outward appearances is a typical bar and grill establishment. Recommended by her best friend, Rachel, Zoey scores an interview with the billionaire owners, Samson, Miles, Leon and Leif. The men quickly recognize Zoey’s legal skills and instead hire her to negotiate contracts for the “other” side of the Fantasy’s Bar & Grill business – the side that really gives “Fantasy’s” its name. However, it’s not only the customers’ fantasies that are fulfilled. Let’s just say Zoey soon discovers that her employment benefits extend beyond health insurance and a retirement plan. For a girl who had sworn off sex after her first (and last) encounter, the guys are intent on convincing Zoey that there are definite advantages to working for the four of them, and that pleasure comes in all shapes and sizes. Yes, I would call this series erotica. There’s lots and LOTS of sex. There are some relationship pieces, but they don’t go very deep and the characters, while enjoyable, lack complexity. On the whole, Fantasy’s Bar & Grill is a pleasant, sexy read – the kind I look for when I just want something enjoyable and uncomplicated. I did get a little confused near the end of book three, however. The story became a bit rushed to me. It was as though there was a need to tie up loose ends, and the book took some odd turns that kind of left me scratching my head. However, overall the stories were enjoyable, and definitely sexy! On a side note, I found a considerable number of errors in editing and grammar, as well as quite a few inconsistencies with names, scenes, etc. I am keeping in mind that the copies given to me for review were advanced copies, so I’m hoping that the concerns have been resolved in the final editions. It would be a shame for the author to put so much time and creativity into creating such an enjoyable story, only to have the reader distracted by errors. I would have rated the three-book series an overall 3-1/2 stars; however, due to the editing issues, Fantasy’s Bar & Grill earns sexy 3 stars.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Decent storyline, but a lot of errors  so much so that it became distracting. And the author seems to be lacking an extensive vocabulary. Lots of repetitive descriptions, could really have used a thesaurus. 
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
MY COCK IS REALLY HARD
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
More horse se<_>x! Also please do boy ga<_>y se<_>x!
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Is bored.
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Smiles
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Enters
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Walks in
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"Hello, there."
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Sits at the bar looking around
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Through feminine eyes the reader enters onto fantasy supreme. It is a fun ride with fascinating situations. There is a depth of character , and strength too. The is an easy read yet well worth the trip through a fantasy that will please the curious reader.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
For most of the trilogy I liked Miles better than Samson and thought I was going to be disappointed in how the story ended. I liked that Zoey ended up being a strong female. There is a point in the third part of the trilogy where Samson became an acceptable choice that made sense for Zoey and I liked how the story ended for Zoey. I would like to see more on the relationships of the Fantasy owners as the others' stories seemed incomplete. Hopefully more is told about this group in the Fantasy Isle series.
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The bar res 1
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Thanks
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U can choose which one
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mathphilosopher More than 1 year ago
Michelle Hughes&rsquo;s &ldquo;Fantasy&rsquo;s Bar &amp; Grill: Seduced&rdquo; is the first novella in trilogy of tantalizing goodness. I loved it! Very sexy. Gave me an erotic book hangover and I was glad I could read the second book right away. It&rsquo;s very spicy &ndash; one girl and four guys kinda spicy &ndash; but I ate it up! Naughty goodness! 5 out of 5 Michelle Hughes&rsquo;s &ldquo;Fantasy&rsquo;s Bar &amp; Grill: Devoured&rdquo; keeps the sexy going in this second novella of the trilogy. There are a few scenes from this one that I&rsquo;ll be rereading extensively, if you know what I mean. Not for the faint of heart, this one continues more with the four-on-one scenario and also includes M/M action.  5 out of 5 Michelle Hughes&rsquo;s &ldquo;Fantasy&rsquo;s Bar &amp; Grill: Consumed&rdquo; is the third novella of the trilogy. The first two novellas were so good, it&rsquo;s hard to imagine a fitting end to this series. To me, things got a little more vanilla in this book. I also felt like there wasn&rsquo;t full closure at the end of the book for two out of the three couples in the series. I wanted it to end differently, darn it! 4 out of 5