Love on the Menu Summary:
Jago Tanner is a loner. He works up a good hunger at his outdoors pursuits centre in Wales and looks upon each female conquest as just another meal. When he’s sated, he doesn’t go back for dessert. Until Riley shows up. A Londoner hired through an agency to assist him with activities, she isn’t at all what he asked for. For starters, with the name Riley, he expected a man. But Riley is all woman—the sexiest woman Jago has ever laid eyes on. Unfortunately she dresses like a trollop and curses like a sailor. Though ignorant about most outdoors pursuits, she’s a skilled horsewoman, able to calm even his nerviest stallion. And her lively and generous nature enchants his housekeeper Emily and his ancient friend, Tom.
In short, Jago’s new employee is a bundle of contradictions. Which is why, when Jago falls for her, he doesn’t trust his feelings. Riley seems unusually accident prone, and when her brother’s shady friends menace her, she plays the innocent. But how can anyone so self-sufficient and mouthy also be so trusting and naïve? And can a man with Jago’s volatile nature endure the jealousy a woman like Riley provokes just by strolling down the street?
What a great read and by a first time author for me. Jago is a loner who loves women. He can not get enough that is until he runs into Riley comes along. Funny he was expecting a man not a woman to show up for help. Imagine his surprise.
One minute Riley is excellent at her job and knows what she is doing and the next she is clumsy and naive. The two work together pretty well and things start to heat up. Jago can not trust himself around her or the way others look after her.
The author does a great job with the story and the scenes. I was drawn in from the beginning and wanted to know how the book would end. I did not want to put the book down.
Ellen March‘s Bio:
Ellen March and her husband live on top of a mountain in Wales, which is ideal in the summer but not so much in the winter months or when it rains. She has three grown children, one suicidal cat–it really does have nine lives–and three Alaskan Malamutes. One of her hobbies is showing and working them. Ellen’s first love, however, is reading and writing. Since childhood, she has devoured every romance and fantasy she can get her hands on and enjoys acting out her own fantasies in print. Her body of work includes erotic romance, psychological thrillers, and supernatural fantasies. Fanny Press has published three of her erotic romances–Promises, His Girl Friday, and A Ghost of an Affair–and will be publishing more in 2015 and beyond.
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Genre: Steamy Cowboy Romance
Release: February 14, 2015
Publisher: Fanny Press
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