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Trailer ↠´ Room Service PDF by ¹ Jill Shalvis Note To Maintenance Check The Air Vents And Temp Regulator On Elevator A Guest Seen Coming Off It Looking Dazed And FlushedNote To Housekeeping Refill The Sensual Massaging Oils In The Haiku SuiteFarm Girl Turned TV Producer Em Harris Is In Way Over Her Head Trying To Bag Chef Jacob Hill For Her New Culinary Show Is One Thing Staying At The Sex Themed Hotel Hush, Where His Restaurant Is Located, Is Quite Another Her Goal There Is To Convince Jacob, Known For Looking And Cooking Like A Dream, To Sign A Contract But After A Few Days Of Being Enveloped In Hush S Sensual Atmosphere, The Only Thing On Em S Mind Is Discovering If Jacob Tastes As Delicious As He Appears Miniseries This was a really nice story I really enjoyed it The thing that I love about this this author is the fact that the isn t a typical romance novel Other books have that moment near the end where something occurs and one of the main characters realized that they were lied to or cheated on or deceived and then they have that moment where someone clears their mind and makes them see they misunderstood the situation JS just doesn t do that and I find myself appreciating that a lot its almost like a relief Anyyyywaayyy The book is about Em who is a tv producer with three failed attempts and is now on her last and final chance or she looses her job She s now after a sexy playboy chef jacob who has abandonment and love issues and is a wham bam thank you mam type When the sexy chef refuses the tv show she realizes that he s than meets the eye Definitely a goo 3.
5 This was one fun book on many levels Not necessarily believable, but then, I don t usually mind that when I read fiction, especially series books The author Shalvis, who I really enjoy made me believe the H h s emotions and the angst even when I knew they d get their HEA I almost rounded up to 4 but stopped short simply because some of the writing was a little over the top I also didn t care for the two secondary romances too pat This book is definitely worth it It s a fun, sexy sometimes downright steamy read.
This was a really good book I couldn t put it down once I picked it up and my heart was fluttering the whole time, it was so romantic and hot, very very hot actually I really enjoyed this and I think I just may try another This was cute I lked it Not overly deep, but a fun, sexy contemporary This was hotter than your average Shalvis romance, but not over the top.
The only thing that took away from this story was the side romances I think they were supposed to add some angst, but then they seemed to have forgotten that and suddenly and big, bright bow was put on top and all was well But since those side romances took little of my time, they did not deter me from enjoying this story.
Em is a TV Producer whose job is on the line She has to get Jacob Hill, chef at Hush s restaurant Amuse Bouche, to sign on to the cooking show her boss has lined up or she s done in the business So, she and her friends, Liza and Eric, head to New York and stay at Hush to do just that But the first time she meets Jacob she doesn t outline her proposal, he stuns her into speechlessness by kissing the daylights out of her And the next time she sees him, the same thing happens She can t believe how sexy he is, but than that, she can t believe the connection that is between them Likewise, Jacob is a little shocked at how intrigued he is with Em and how much he wants her, even knowing she s not his type and he s likely to hurt her He s never stuck around for commitment and doesn t intend to now So when he made it clear he w My experience with early books from authors I currently read and love isn t really great, and Room Service is no exception The story had a lot of potential but it fell flat in too may ways Jacob is a fairly likable character, though I would have preferred him to be less convinced he s God s gift to women And I also would ve liked to see him actually work, because he does little of that in the book.
Em is thoroughly inconsistent I have no idea why she s branded as a country girl right at the beginning, because it doesn t seem all that relevant throughout the book She doesn t need to be a country girl to be friendly and honest, so I don t see the importance of that detail On the other hand, she acts like she s on a vacation with her best friends, with spa days and bar nights, and not working on the last chance to save her job and her career And as much as I liked Eric and Liza as s I finished the prologue and decided to cut my losses I saw this was number two on a Favorite Blaze Novels list So, I figure a I ve enjoyed Jill Shalvis before, b 30 some odd people say this is one of their top favorites, and c I ve DNF d so many other books today, I might as well give it a shot No.
Since it s the prologue, I don t think anything I say here can be a spoiler So, I m just going to break it down for you.
Emma Harris is a small town farm girl from Ohio who moved to Hollywood to become a producer Fine I accept this as plausible.
She has tried, and failed, three times now to launch a TV show The first one failed and the TV station got sued, but it wasn t her fault The second show failed because all her employees were being immature totally not her fault The third one failed because her boss niece is a drug addict and Emma felt this in Em has to convincethe and sign the spectacular chef from the elusive Hush or lose her job.
Chef Jacob is not only great at working magic in the kitchen But this playboy is the lay em leave them type No setting down, no commitments, no love no strings type Toss in some, okay alot lot, of sexual chemistry, great food, friends and drama.
Borrowed from Hoopla Was a good romance read I liked the characters Em and Jacob Their relationship was realistic and lets face it not everyone deals with love the same way.

Jill Shalvis

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