Order up! 5 servings of food themed tales of love and lust available now. These Australian authors know how to take the heat from the kitchen and provide a smorgasbord of sensual delights guaranteed to whet your appetite!Flavor of the Month – Bianca SarbleWhen Cate Gallagher thinks her day can’t get any worse, Patrick Garrett comes along to prove her wrong. The sexy strangOrder up! 5 servings of food themed tales of love and lust available now. These Australian authors know how to take the heat from the kitchen and provide a smorgasbord of sensual delights guaranteed to whet your appetite!Flavor of the Month – Bianca SarbleWhen Cate Gallagher thinks her day can’t get any worse, Patrick Garrett comes along to prove her wrong. The sexy stranger awakens her long forgotten libido but she knows from past experiences his type is best avoided at all costs.Patrick is sure the chemistry between them will set the sheets on fire, if only she would give him a chance. He hatches a seduction plan to show her exactly how right they could be.But getting the girl isn’t the only obstacle to their Happy Ever After. Misunderstandings and assumptions bring their heat level to boiling point and threaten to scorch their love.Can Cate overcome her past and let Patrick show her she’s not just the Flavor Of The Month?The Chocolate Affair – Imogene NixDeanna has one love. The Scheherazade Chocolate Factory. When it’s bought out by an off world consortium, they send someone to inspect their purchase.JD Ruan is their expert investigator. But JD has a secret. He’s a demon. And not just any kind of demon –a Pleasure Demon.Secrets, abilities and hidden truths will find their way… especially when chocolate is involvedMy Lord’s Table – Alysha EllisGently-bred Susan arrives in 18th century London starving, penniless and desperate to find a job. When a chance-met acquaintance offers to help, Susan happily accepts a position as housekeeper in the home of Lord Winslade.But the position is not what she expects it to be. She is greeted by a grim manservant, who locks her in a room and orders her to wear the scandalous costume she finds there.She is forced to attend an erotic banquet of carnal and epicurean delights, presided over by the darkly sinister Lord Winslade.Susan’s expectations of domestic service shatter as she is seduced into fulfilling appetites of an entirely different order.The Banquet – Kate BelleBanquet is a moment in the life of James, a less than attractive chef and restaurant owner who is obsessed with celebrity chef, Sheba. Sheba’s famed erotic recipes have saved James from a life of involuntary celibacy. After impressing Sheba with a special dessert of his own creation, James finds himself invited to the most exclusive and mysterious event on the hospitality calendar. Everyone who’s anyone in the hospitality industry knows of it, but the banquet itself is shrouded in secrecy.Nervous and out of his depth, James attends and is introduced to a world where the boundaries between food and sex are entirely blurred.Never on a Sundae - Seanna SmytheDelicious delights you’ve dreamed of, but Never on a Sundae. Would his beloved Evie cater for the kind of party Aidan had in mind?The sign advertised catering for parties, but he doubted they catered for the kind of party he had in mind…Evie is running away from love and when things get a little too hot with Sydney-sider, Aidan, she disappears to Newcastle to buy an ice-cream parlor, Never on a Sundae. But fate conspires against her, and she finds herself out of business and places to run.As she’s wrapping up things up, Aidan rides into town on his Harley looking for a unique idea for an ice cream cake for his brother’s bachelor party. He’s been searching for months for the only woman who can do wicked things with chocolate…and his heart.Edible Delights - Volume Two_800...
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Edible Delights Anthology Volume 2 Reviews
There as always been a strong link between food and sex. Some foods are the start of what is to come, others are seen as only to be used on each other and other food again are used to offer up sexual innuendos to get a conversation to the level needed to go to the next.Whatever the case food and sex goes together on a much deeper level than what the more conservative type of person may think. In the new bundle from authors Bianca Sarble, Kate Belle, Seanna Smythe, Imogene Nix and Alysha Ellis they bring us five of the best most delicious food related sex stories of the year, and each and every one has a special powerful hidden message of life, dreams, hope and love. In Flavour of the Month by Bianca Sarble the story of rich falling in love with the poor was told and how the differences of life can keep you apart from the one you love. The message was loud and clear, never let life hold you from the arms of the one you love. A really sexy and delightful bake me up a new life read. The Banquet by Kate Belle told of secret attractions and what lies hidden behind the doors of the chef industry. A very spicy the table has never looked better read ,with a message of all is never as it seems. Never on a Sunday by Seanna Smythe is a story of how important communication is in any relationship, without it there will be a endless line of hurt, confusion guaranteed to lead to unhappiness. A really sexy, sensual and totally ice-creamlisious read. A Chocolate Affair by Imogene Nix is a paranormal futuristic read, but in no way too different from the other reads. It told the story of just how hot things can get between boss and employee and the message of complications that can occur when secrets are uncovered. A extremely hot chocolate filled addiction read. The last read My Lord's table by Alysha Ellis was a historical related romance that told of just how easily one can be seduced into a world of sex and passion when influenced by a force stronger than any resistance you may try to push. A very historicly sexy memorable take me am your's to eat read. The bundle offered up contemporary romance, historical romance and paranormal all with the relation between food and sex. Each read was brilliantly written by their author's from the very sexy unique writing style of Seanna Smythe to the really out there writing of Imogene Nix each author gave flair to their stories creating a brilliant book filled with so much heat, passion, delicious temptation and kick ass characters you will be left breathless, yearning and begging for more, not to mention hungry for it all!If you find the relation between food and sex a no-no this read is not for you, if however you want to learn just what the relation is and how it can be made into something powerful and beautiful in any relationship this read is definitely for you.Highly recommend!5/5 star review " Just one taste will have you hooked"
When I volunteered to participate in the book tour of "EDIBLE DELIGHTS ANTHOLOGY, VOL 2", I was asked if I wanted a copy of the book to review. Once I took a look at the authors, I replied back with a very enthusiastic, "YES!!" So here's the review in exchange for that review copy... so how about we now talk food stories??Bottom line is that for $4.99, about the same price as a bag of Dove Dark Chocolate, you'll get FIVE stories -- and they WON'T go to your hips! This is a perfect read for the carpool lane or soccer practice - check it out :) !!"EDIBLE DELIGHTS ANTHOLOGY, VOL 2", is a 215 page anthology containing 5 stories - one from each of these "Secret Cravings" Australian authors: Bianca Sarble, Kate Belle, Seanna Smythe, Alysha Ellis and Imogene Nix. The stories are a great read for carpool lane - just short enough that you won't have to put it down before driving. Since the Amazon listing gives the blurbs about each of the stories in the anthology, I'm just going to give you some brief notes:Bianca Sarble, FLAVOR OF THE MONTH. Contemporary Romance where the poor girl and rich boy fall in lust, then love, but are kept apart by her insecurities about their economic disparities. Really cute story & nice, HEA ending. (Food tie-in is that she is a baker.)Kate Belle, THE BANQUET. Contemporary Romance. This was probably my least favorite of the five; it was a little too heavy on the relation to gastronomic delights and sex... and I had an "Ewwwww!" moment at the end. The sex was hot, though. If you can get past the chocolate filling, that is...Seanna Smythe, NEVER ON A SUNDAE. Contemporary Romance. This was a cute story about mistaken twin actions, hurt feelings and two people in love that need to figure out how to communicate. Personally I was impressed by the author's creativity in thought of how to utilize ice cream sundaes as a bachelor party item. Good thing there was no ice cream involved in the reading of this story, or it would have melted from the hot sex scenes!Imogene Nix, A CHOCOLATE AFFAIR. This is a futuristic/paranormal story that's actually really interesting how it blends aspects of demon lore and some fun technological advances of the future. It's based in a chocolate factory and has the illicit boss/employee romance -- with a HEA ending! Wondering if this story was as hot as the others? I have two words for you - PLEASURE DEMON. 'Nuff said.Alysha Ellis, MY LORD'S TABLE. First impression was one of surprise - basically because this is a "historical" setting, whereas the first three were contemporary. I've never been "into" the historical romances, but this story was "readable" and very hot! I could really believe in the characters and it has a really dramatic HEA :).(This is an excerpt of a full posting at SnarkyMomReads.)
What a heap of fun this book was! I'm not big on anthologies, but I love supporting Aussie writers and I've read books by two of these authors recently, Kate Belle (The Yearning) and Seanna Smythe (she by another name...), and I was keen to see what they would cook up with this one (pardon the pun).These ladies sure know their food (and their food and wine pairings), and the heat in the kitchen matches the heat in the bedroom (or dining table, or milk bar, or shop counter)...I think my favourite story ended up being 'My Lord's Table' by Alysha Ellis - which would be a strange one for me to pick as I'm not much of one for anything remotely historical - but I found the heroine easy to like in this book.It was a great collection: contemporary, the regency I mention, with a paranormal thrown in by Imogene Nix at the end.Very, very delicious. Rather wicked. And more than a bit enticing.Perfect late night reading and a real guilty pleasure.