Kathryn Hazzard needs a miracle if she's going to pay her huge tax bill and urgently repair Hazzard Hall's leaking roof - inheriting the family stately home isn't the rose garden it's cracked up to be. When salvation turns up on her doorstep in the form of gorgeous Daniel Hunt, can she risk her reputation by letting him use her beloved home as the venue for his high class and outrageous sex party?
It's tempting. But then lots of things are tempting, aren't they? It doesn't mean they're good for you. Just ask Eve about that apple...
HAZZARD BLUE IS AN EROTIC ROMANCE WITH NO CLIFFHANGER!
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Kathryn is in desperate need of money to save the home she inherited from her father. Daniel gives her an intriguing way to do so. Daniel wants to use her home to host a sex party as he explains more about the party their attraction heats up. I enjoyed the story and the sex scenes are hot. The story held my interest throughout and would recommend to anyone looking for a sexy read.
Hazzard Blue, Tabitha A Lane Genre: Erotica, Romance. Review from Jeannie Zelos book reviews Well, after reading so many novels that end up with a second or more part to follow it was great to see this in the description -Hazzard Blue is an erotic romance with no cliff hanger! It’s good to get all of the story rather than in bits As an erotic novel its certainly hot – very sensual and carnal at times, and the attraction between Kathryn and Daniel was clear from the first glance. The sex scenes were very well written, and fitted perfectly within the plot. I had no problems with that part of the novel – its when the romance and suspense angle came that it didn’t work so well for me. I just felt the two themes can work; do work in some books, but somehow here it didn't for me. I wasn’t convinced of the dangers, and the separation between them – after the closeness they felt I didn’t understand why they didn’t just talk it over...but then there’s be no story eh? Kathryn, somehow I just didn’t really connect with her ( or Daniel TBH) and I’m not sure why. I like to have an older main character – IMO it doesn't happen enough sadly, but I didn’t really get a sense of her personality, didn’t feel I knew her. Same with Daniel. Usually that comes out in the story via interactions with others, or learning their history, what drives them, but for me I never seemed to see them as real people, and they remained just book characters....and I need to feel the people and events could be real, to empathise with them, to understand why they do what they do, and to laugh and cry with them. Its a well written novel, and certainly took me by surprise when the person behind the ...problem? ...not sure how to put it –was revealed but whatever its called, I had no idea That person was to blame! I do like to be surprised, and never saw that coming despite with hindsight seeing the clues. That disconnection between me and the story and characters though made it just a three star good read and not higher. Of course everyone has different tastes and I'm sure this will have its five star fans, it does deserve it with the right reader. Stars: Three, some really good points, hot sex but I needed a bit more from the main characters. ARC provided by Netgalley and publishers.