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review 2016-03-20 00:00
Yummy Addictions (The Yummy Trilogy #1)
Yummy Addictions (The Yummy Trilogy #1) - Dorothy Belle Davis I received an eARC, from NetGalley and the publisher, in exchange for an honest review.
Book One of the Yummy Trilogy and is a really Hot Read.
Valentina Zamora is a divorced women whose husband left her for a stripper. Vale is only 28 years old and is trying to get her sexiness and self confidence back. So she heads to Paris to try to do her own sexual healing / therapy. But just on the plane she meets someone that interests her and she thinks to use him as her tutor to get back on her feet.
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review 2016-01-30 00:00
Yummy Sensations: Book Three of the Yummy Trilogy (Volume 3)
Yummy Sensations: Book Three of the Yummy Trilogy (Volume 3) - Belle Davis This conclusion left me with a smile. The author gives the a recap of books one and two from Jace's POV as well as the epilogue. Just have to say that the romantic factor escalated in this installment and I loved reading every moment of this. The angsty parts with the delusional Maria to Jace going bat poop crazy over guys getting too close to his Vale. The story had some twists and turns with some of the secondary characters (i.e.. Andi) that a full explanation wasn't given. A steamy little read that was worthwhile.
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review 2016-01-29 00:00
Yummy Temptations: Book Two of the Yummy Trilogy (Volume 2)
Yummy Temptations: Book Two of the Yummy Trilogy (Volume 2) - Belle Davis Definitely liked this one. Book one ended on a bit of a cliffhanger. Liked how the story picks up Jace and Vale's relationship a short skip later in this entry. So, this one is filled with a constantly growling Jace, douchy exes, one shifty female coworker and Vale coming into her own. The story is steamy but not overly romantic, but that doesn't mean the characters don't show their steamy affection for each other. Good cast of secondary characters and great chemistry with the main characters.
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review 2016-01-27 00:00
Yummy Addictions (The Yummy Trilogy #1)
Yummy Addictions (The Yummy Trilogy #1) - Dorothy Belle Davis Val is on her way to Paris after more than a year of therapy and recuperating from a bad marriage and a bad divorce. Paris is her happy place and she's looking to go there to be very, very happy. So, who does she bump into on the flight? Jace, the sexy guy she danced with while on a previous vacation. A bit older with definite sex appeal, Jace may be exactly what Val has been looking but not looking for. Jace has his own secrets as well but will they be enough to keep them a part?

I like this first installment of the Yummy series because both lead characters get to experience alot of 'firsts' together. The heroine suffers from esteem issues and Jace gets his hero cloak for being able to get Val to see her own attractiveness. Doesn't hurt that his character growls alot. I'm rating this one 3.25-3.5 because once the characters hook up the storyline drops a bit. As the reader, I know that they are falling in love but sometimes those sentiments are lost among all of the sex scenes. Not to say I didn't appreciate them but like most (I guess) I just wanted a little more.

~~~ARC was graciously provided via Netgalley~~~
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review 2015-10-22 22:45
Great Story and Excellent Characters
Yummy Addictions (The Yummy Trilogy #1) - Dorothy Belle Davis

Valentina doesn't particularly enjoying flying, with all the pre-flight procedures. Also, she finds it hard to sit still or relax when flying. But when Valentina is going to Paris for some sexual tutoring (sex with no strings), she saw a guy she was attracted. His name was Jason and she had met him before at a club.

I loved this story as well as the plot. I also loved the characters, especially Jason and Valentina. I loved the ins and outs of this story. The only thing I didn't like was how it ended. I know there's going to be another book, but where it left off just disappointed me. I would still recommend it. 

**I received an ARC of this story in exchange for an honest review**

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