I received this book for free from Edelweiss in exchange for an honest review. This does not affect my opinion of the book or the content of my review.Savor by Monica Murphy
Series: Billionaire Bachelors Club #3
Published by Avon Impulse on January 21, 2014
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New York Times bestselling author Monica Murphy concludes her sexy Billionaire Bachelors Club series with a fiery romance that refuses to be left at the office…
Bryn James can' t take much more. Smart, sexy Matthew DeLuca is everything she wants in a man, but he' s also her boss—the youngest, hottest vineyard owner in the Napa Valley—and he doesn' t see her as anything more than his shy assistant. That' s all about to change. Armed with a hot new look and an attitude to match, Bryn is determined to catch Matt' s eye… professionalism be damned.
With his winery' s grand reopening approaching, Matt is trying to stay focused, but Bryn is suddenly making it very difficult. He' s always thought her prim demeanor effortlessly sexy, but Matt can' t deny that her transformation is jaw-dropping …and going to make it very difficult to keep his hands to himself.
But when one thing leads to another and suddenly Matt is stripping Bryn bare, he' ll be faced with the biggest risk of his career—and his heart. Can he convince her—and himself—that this might just be more than a no-strings office affair?
Savor is the third novella in Billionaire Bachelors Club series. As with the first two I enjoyed this one. I don’t think it was quite the story book one was, but it was enjoyable.
I liked Matt’s character in both books one and two and I’ve been really excited about reading his book. I found him to be an interesting guy. It’s not everyday an ex pro-ball player buys a Winery with absolutely no experience in running one.
Matt’s love interest is Bryn. I liked her too. She’s young and a little bit naive. She’ s his assistant. Having previously worked for the previous owner Matt hired her on. Together they share a strong attraction to each other and have been dancing around each other for six months.
Savor has a bit of a insta-love element to it. The sexual scene (yes, I said scene) was comparable to adult mainstream and not explicit in nature. Whereas Crave & Torn had plentiful sexual scenes, Savor came up short.
Overall, I liked this one. I’ m sort of sad the series is over. :/
Book One: Crave | My Review | Purchase
Book Two: Torn | My Review | Purchase
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