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This is basically a story of a group of friends going on a treasure hunt trying to find a treasure based on a list of clues, which mirrored in real life a treasure hunt with clues from the story. I don't think I could have ever found the treasure based on the clues, besides someone found it in August I believe. Also, throughout the book, it felt as though the author was trying to sell products made by his company Learning Strategies, or to encourage me to try his favorite brand of bourbon. I won this book in a giveaway.
Hot SEAL, Bourbon Neat (SEALs in Paradise) by Parker Kincade
Reviewed for Candid Book Reviews
Brooke has no use for a hero. She's no shrinking Violet, but when her past reconnects with her present, all bets are off. Asher knows how to do his job. Being a Navy Seal is risky business, but when his crosses paths with an ex he can't forget he gets more than he bargained. Hot Seat, Bourbon Neat has beautiful scenery, electric chemistry and a cast full of irresistible characters. Kincade makes sure the weather is not the only temptation for this exotic read.
Hotel chain mogul Sol DuMont is about to learn that some of life’s biggest surprises come in deceptively small packages—namely a petite heiress named Rain who’s hell-bent on upsetting her family’s expectations—in this first book in the all new series by Thea de Salle, set against the sultry backdrop of New Orleans.
Thirty-seven-year-old Sol DuMont is a divorcee and the owner of a mid-sized hotel chain in New Orleans. Since Hurricane Katrina, his father’s death, and the decision that he and his ex-wife Maddy are far better off friends than lovers, he’s lost interest in almost everything he held dear—parties, people, and pushing limits.
All his limits.
Then Arianna Barrington checks into his hotel.
Twenty-four-year-old Arianna “Rain” Barrington could have been society’s sweetheart. Her family is moneyed, connected press darlings, and make sweeping headlines from coast to coast for reasons both good and bad. But when her mother shoves her at Charles Harwood—the obnoxious, entitled heir of Harwood Corp—to cement a billion-dollar business merger, Rain does the only thing she can think of to escape: she creates a scandal so big Harwood doesn’t want her anymore before fleeing to New Orleans for much-needed rest and relaxation.
All she wants is jazz piano, beignets, and to sail the Mississippi. What she gets is Sol DuMont, a whirlwind affair, and a hands-on education in sex, power play, and pushing limits.
All her limits.
Review : I freaking love this book it was cute and sexy and body positive . Rain goes to new Orleans for a vacation after a scandal about her and a sex tape so her and her brother go to a hotel and there she meets sol who i love he is the owner of the hotel he's a dom and bisexual he and rain strike up a relationship and I love them together the only problem is rains crazy ass mother who is trying to ruin sol hotel .so rain goes to Connecticut to do an interview threatening to do a tell all book about her mother her mom tells her not to and rain says she won't if she leaves her and sol alone . She goes back to sol. I can't wait to read the rest of the series
of course I’d pick the girl with an ex-marine for a chaperone
Sol almost pointed out that Vaughan couldn’t smoke the cigarette in the hotel, but he liked his face and so far this had been an amicable exchange.
Sol DuMont seemed heaven-sent. He was handsome and funny and sexy and sweet, which meant, by some cosmic joke, he probably had dead bodies stored in The Seaside’s freezer. Or maybe he sniffed socks when no one was looking. Or maybe he had a back-hair fetish.
Kitten.” “Yes?” “Are you trying to seduce me?” “Maybe? Is it working?” “Fantastically