Review: Room Service by Poppy Dunne

Happy Sunday!  Today I get to bring a sexy story full of fun and steamy sex.  This is definitely a book that will have you dying to find out what will happen next.  For my full review keep reading after the book blurb.

c3aeb-image1Book Blurb:

I’ve spent seven nights cooped up in this five star hotel, sleeping on 1000 thread count sheets and working sixteen hours a day. At least room service is covered under my expense account. But all work and no play leaves a girl dateless for her brother’s wedding.

Prospects aren’t totally bleak, though. Four meals a day, I get to drool over this sexy room service guy: he’s got a perfect body, easy smile, and a sense of humor that has me snorting over my personal pizza. He’s all that and a bag of chips. Specifically, the jumbo bag of ranch barbecue chips that I ordered for breakfast out of desperation on Day Four.

I finally found the courage to ‘accidentally’ let my bathrobe slip, and ask him to be my plus one at my brother’s wedding. So maybe I had to offer him a little money. So what? There’s no way I can face my family, make my ex rue the day he left me, or screw off this work stress without his helping hand.

But what happens when I find myself falling for my fake, paid-for boyfriend? Judging by the comped mozzarella sticks he brought me for breakfast, maybe there’s a chance he’s falling for me too?

Review:

Alex has been living in a hotel working hard to secure a band for her boss.  Not only is she working in New York she also has her brother’s wedding.  When her mom tells her that her ex is going to be there she decides she is going to proposition her very sexy room service deliverer.  When Ben agrees to this arrangement he takes Alex off guard.  The two of them have to pull of that they are a couple.  What neither of them bargains for are the feelings that develop between them.  With the secrets between them can something more grow or will they end with the end of the arrangement?

I loved this book.  It was exciting and entertaining.  It had the right amount of spice, sweet and funny.  Alex and Ben are two wonderful characters.  The idea behind the story is unique and fun.  Poppy Dunne is a wonderful storyteller.  Her characters are memorable.  The mix of fun, sexiness and the drama of her family makes such a great story.  Overall, this is one story you won’t be able to put down.  I can’t wait to read another book by Poppy Dunne.

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