Review: Eat, Play, Lust

cover-eat play lustTitle: Eat, Play, Lust
Author: Tawna Fenske
Series: – –
Genre: Contemporary Romance
Length: Novella
Available: Now


Her secret craving is about to get stronger…

Yoga instructor Cami Pressman is the poster girl of healthy living. Exercise, a strict diet, and a serious sense of discipline…or so everyone thinks. Truth is, she loves junk food, and she’s not about to let anyone uncover her guilty pleasure.

Until she meets Paul Hammond, the tasty-hot gourmet chef who enrolls in her class. When he signs up for a personal session, Cami learns he’s hot, hilarious, and smart. A delicious combination. Suddenly, junk food isn’t the only thing making her tingle, and when Paul moves things to the kitchen, Cami realizes there are some cravings her guilty pleasure can’t satisfy…

Previously released on Entangled’s Flirt imprint – August 2013

Source: Bought it

This is a cute, sexy little novella about a yoga instructor with some serious food issues and a chef who wants to have fun. There really isn’t a lot that can be said about it except the pair of them have great chemistry, the yoga aspect is different and all the talk of food might just make you hungry.

Cami’s food issues stem from her image-conscious mother and her campaign against junk food. Once Cami left home she went a bit wild with all the things she’d never been allowed to eat, and ever since she’s been self-conscious about her weight and what she eats – thanks in no small part to her mother constantly reminding her. So even though she’s perfectly healthy and extremely fit from all her yoga, inside Cami still sees herself as overweight and unhealthy.

Then along comes Paul, who loves food of all sorts, and isn’t afraid to share. He’s trying to be a little more healthy himself, to off set all the rich food he deals with every day. He’s fun and sexy and likes Cami for exactly who she is. I loved how he tackled her issues and made her see that she didn’t have to try so hard to be normal.

True, this is very short so nothing is explored too deeply, but for a sexy little romance this definitely ticked a few unusual boxes and I really enjoyed it. A perfect little indulgence for when you want something sweet, funny and quick.

Eat, Play, Lust is Out Now!
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