Sin & Tonic

Sin & Tonic

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Pull up a seat, grab a drink, and enter the worlds of five romance authors for some steamy heroes, strong heroines, and sexy-as-hell sin. Cocktail recipes to seduce your sweetie included!

Wild Thang- USA Today Bestselling Author, Tessa Layne
When billionaire Mason Carter discovers his longtime crush Luci Cruz has packed her bags and is leaving town forever, he's got twenty-four hours to convince her to take one last chance on love. Will a wild night at a notorious speakeasy and a trip down memory lane be enough to win her heart?

All In- USA Today Bestselling Author, Mira Lyn Kelly
There ought to be laws against what happened to that wedding cake, abandoned or not. Sure, it was sexy, good fun of the dirtiest variety but it was the kind of mistake career-minded wedding planner Lanie Malone won't repeat. At least not until next Saturday when she's once again face to face with Jason Henley, the bossy, all-trouble hotel owner who won't settle for just one night.

French Kiss- R. L. Kenderson
Jake Russo has fought for everything he's earned, and he's not about to give up the bar he's sweated over to spoiled Lacey Scott. She can kiss his ass and go back to where she flew in from. But what happens when she kisses him instead? And what if he does a lot more than kiss her back?

Irish Legend- K.C. Enders
Bartender Finn O'Meara, the self proclaimed Irish Casanova, has met his match. He's planned everything to perfection, and he's got the girl right where he wants her. There's just one little twist - will she come around? Or is he just a legend in his own mind?

Redheaded $lut- USA Today Bestselling Author, Kayti McGee
Bridget Riley is getting married. So what if she's more excited about the wedding than than the groom? Being an adult means making boring choices. Until one unexpected decision changes everything.

Product Details

BN ID: 2940161457139
Publisher: ShadyLayneMedia
Publication date: 08/06/2019
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
Sales rank: 7,854
File size: 1 MB

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Sin & Tonic 4.1 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 11 reviews.
DebraDR 5 days ago
A collection of amazing, enjoyable, and read-worthy novellas. The storylines are funny, witty, emotionally deep, well written, and relatable. The characters are likeable with off the charts chemistry between them. A must read! I received a free copy of this book via Booksprout and am voluntarily leaving a review.
Asildroffops 9 days ago
This is an anthology of five short stories written by authors and based in Kansas City: Tessa Layne, Mira Lynn Kelly, R. L. Kenderson, K. C. Enders, and Kayti McGee, and the book was edited (I think) by Sierra Simone, who showed up as a character in two weeks of the stories. I was only familiar with the first and last author in this group prior to reading this collection. The stories were all light, sexy, and sweet. They made me interested in reading more from the authors I have never read before And hopefully will have more with which to judge their writing. The stories were a fun read, but they didn’t have a real grab to them or much depth. Due to the length of these stories the characters were not really three dimensional. The stories seemed to exist on the surface level of the genre. As I indicated, they were interesting enough for me to look further at the authors and see whether a longer story would pull me in deeper to their worlds. I received a free copy of this book via Booksprout and am voluntarily leaving a review.
BookSnuggle 9 days ago
Sin and Tonic is a collection of stories by Tessa Layne, K.C Enders, R.L. Kenderson, and Kayti McGee. Sit back and enjoy a collection of steamy reads with lots of laughs. Tessa Layne never fails and I got introduced to several new authors. I voluntarily reviewed an Advance Reader Copy of this book.
JennieF 10 days ago
ARC for honest review with no compensation received from BookSprout Sin and Tonic is a collection of short novellas by some authors I have read before and some that are new to me. Some are standalones and some are part of a series. You can expect laughter, sexy times, great characters, HEA and a recipe for some amazing drinks!
nana_Treasa 11 days ago
5 Intoxicating Reads! Endless intrigue kept me intoxicated from one great novella to the next all with amazing storylines, captivating drama, sexy chemistry and bundles of excitement. Sin & Tonic is a great set of novellas that are well done by 5 amazing authors all are great reads and combining them together are a perfect mix of sin with an added edge of excitement.
Marichus-Real 12 days ago
A collection of five books. The first three were very enjoyable, sweet, romantic and I enjoy them a lot. However, the last two were not good enough. One of them was the second part of a trilogy which I think was not a very good idea to include it in this collection and the last one was an absurd story. So, this is my punctuation for them: Wild Thang by Tessa Layne 5 stars All In by Mira Lyn Kelly 5 stars French Kiss by Renae Au & Lara Kennedy 5 stars Irish Legend by K.C. Enders 3 stars Redheaded $lut by Kayti McGee 2 stars Sorry about the last two stories, but I’m just been honest.
JigsawGirl 13 days ago
I would give the collection 3.5 stars, but some of the stories I would rate higher. r 5 short stories that are sweet, sexy, ridiculous, provide a HEA (somewhat), and a cocktail recipe to boot for each book. The Tessa Layne and Mira Lynn Kelly books were my favorites. Wild Thang - Tessa Layne Wow. Luci and Mason burn up the pages in this book. It's instalove, but not really since they met two and a half years before this encounter. I liked both characters. They liked each other. They actually respected each other. Their banter was sweet, sarcastic, and sexy. It looks like they may be well on their way to a HEA. All In - Mira Lynn Kelly Jason and Laine's cake scene was epic. I don't think I have ever read anything like that before. I didn't think the situation with Sophia added much to the story. It felt more like it was an added situation that wasn't completely developed, or just left unfinished. A sweet, sexy story about two people that are "all in" for their relationship. French Kiss - R. L. Henderson I didn't think I would like Lacey at the beginning of the book. She seemed to want to blame Jake for something for which he had no responsibility. Gradually, the hostilities lessened and the friendship and sexual tension increased. Lacey became a more likable character. Her behavior seemed a bit childish at times and Jake seemed to react to that. Once again, everything worked out for the HEA. Irish Legend - K. C. Enders Finn and Addie were together and in love. There is obviously an issue with her parents, specifically her father. There is another issue with Eddie and anxiety. Finn and Addie seem to be very different, but very much committed. I felt like I walked in to the middle of a relationship at the beginning and by the end of the book, it felt like so much was left unsaid. Seems like these two have a story to finish telling. The reader is directed to a book titled "Twist" if you want to read about Addie and Finn's beginning. Redheaded $lut - Kayti McGee This book was short and sheer ridiculousness. I thought it was quirky until we got to the wedding and reception. That is when the ridiculousness set in and it continued until the end of the book. The couple had no chemistry and no purpose. I kept feeling like what is the point. I voluntarily read and reviewed the Advanced Reader Copy of Sin & Tonic.
ViperSpaulding 14 days ago
"The rainbows are back, and this time they brought kittens!" All five of these short stories were delightful to read, filled with plenty of steam and swoon-worthy heroes. Four are standalone romances, while the other is more of an extended epilogue for a couple whose story was previously told. Each story is also complemented by its own cocktail recipe, several of which I plan to try for myself. A certain popular romance author makes a cameo appearance in more than one of the stories, acting as a sort of fairy godmother dispensing much needed wit and wisdom. In "Wild Thang," Mason and Luci heat up the skies as they fly back to Kansas. Mason convinces Luci to give him 24 hours to make his case, and boy, does he use his time wisely! There's a bit of opposites-attract chemistry at play here, and everything works together perfectly. Jason and Laine are "All In" as they dance around their mutual attraction and his playboy reputation to get to the heart of the matter. She's a wedding planner with scheduled weddings every weekend at his hotel, and the line between their working relationship and the possibility of something more becomes harder to discern as they tumble into the sweetest relationship ever. "French Kiss" sends Lacey home from Paris to her small town after her father's death only to discover that she has to stay there for a full year in order to inherit her father's bar. The same bar that's being managed by her father's protege, the deliciously and irritatingly handsome Jake. One dare-fueled kiss leads to so many possibilities, right up until she heads back to Paris. This one is my favorite of the set, with its vividly portrayed setting and perfect enemies-to-lovers tension between the two. "Irish Legend" delivers the proposal phase of a couple who have been together for quite a while. Finn and Addie are true opposites who share an amazing chemistry and a soul-deep love, but miscommunications still manage to derail the best laid plans. "Redheaded Slut" is a wacky drunk-marriage farce that reminded me of the screwball comedies of the 1940s. Bridget's wedding day is almost a complete bust, but a change of groom saves the day and all that's left is to figure out if these two strangers can actually make a relationship out of an impromptu wedding. Most of these are told in alternating first-person POV, with the last being only in the female's POV. Each one took me a little more than an hour to read. I loved each one, and highly recommend this set. I voluntarily reviewed an ARC of this book.
Laura_F 14 days ago
Anthologies can be such a mixed bag but I really enjoyed every story in this one. Some of these authors were new to me and a couple will definitely be added to my TBR!! My favorite story in this collection is Irish Legend. I loved checking in with Finn and Addie and seeing the next part of their story. I loved the drink recipes and how all of these stories were connected by the same speakeasy. I'll definitely be checking out the backlists of some of these authors!!
BrandiR 14 days ago
This compilation of stories is guaranteed to keep you entertained! They are sweet and steamy and sure to make you laugh! I especially loved Mira Lyn Kelly's All In. It was everything I wanted and so much more!! I also really enjoyed French Kiss by R.L. Kenderson. With it being the first of her stories that I've read, I know it won't be the last.
CeeCeeHouston 14 days ago
5 authors, 5 drinks, 5 different stories. I enjoyed all of these stories. The five authors delivered with original stories based around a common theme. The anthology is filled with love and drama; mystery and intrigue. Hot, sexy as sin men, and the sassy, snarky women who come to mean everything to them. Pull up a chair, grab your favorite tipple and dive in.