Welcome to Fantasy's Bar & Grill, where the hottest thing being served up has nothing to do with what's on the menu. Join Zoey, as she discovers how working with four of the sexiest billionaire bad boys, can change her life. Fired from her last job as a paralegal for not sleeping with the boss, she's was determined that her next position would be nothing but professionalism. What she didn't count on was being surrounding by some of the finest male specimens that ever graced the face of the earth. Discovering they all wanted her in their bed, really didn't help previous goals of keeping things in the work place out of her personal life.
Michelle Hughes’s “Fantasy’s Bar & Grill: Seduced” is the first novella in trilogy of tantalizing goodness. I loved it! Very sexy. Gave me an erotic book hangover and I was glad I could read the second book right away. It’s very spicy – one girl and four guys kinda spicy – but I ate it up! Naughty goodness! 5 out of 5!
Michelle Hughes’s “Fantasy’s Bar & Grill: Devoured” keeps the sexy going in this second novella of the trilogy. There are a few scenes from this one that I’ll be rereading extensively, if you know what I mean. Not for the faint of heart, this one continues more with the four-on-one scenario and also includes M/M action. 5 out of 5!
Michelle Hughes’s “Fantasy’s Bar & Grill: Consumed” is the third novella of the trilogy. The first two novellas were so good, it’s hard to imagine a fitting end to this series. To me, things got a little more vanilla in this book. I also felt like there wasn’t full closure at the end of the book for two out of the three couples in the series. I wanted it to end differently, darn it! 4 out of 5!
“How long has it been since you allowed someone to pleasure you, Zoey?” My eyes opened in incredulity at Samson’s question.
“That’s,” I fumbled for the right words because it really did throw me off guard, “not something I talk about.”
“Obviously. You’re purring like a kitten in heat, so I’m guessing it’s been a long time.” Leif and Miles continued their massage and I met Samson’s eyes wondering if he was mocking me. He seemed very serious and instead of making me uncomfortable it made me horny. Of course it could be that the two sexy men rubbing my legs had a part in that too.
“It’s been my experience that sex is never good for the woman, so I don’t indulge.” I answered him honestly seeing no reason to be ashamed of how I felt about sexuality. I knew perfectly well just how open he was about the topic.
“Then the men you’ve been with are fucking idiots.” His arms crossed over his bare chest and he studied me. That’s the only way I could describe the way his eyes roamed from head to toe, seeming to take inspection.
“Or maybe men are just selfish assholes who only think about what gets them off?” There was no anger in my voice. I was so relaxed at the moment I couldn’t muster up any.
“I don’t consider myself selfish in that department. What about you guys?” He turned his attention to each of them and I wondered what point he was trying to make.
“Satisfying a woman is always first in my experience.” Leif continued his massage and my legs were very happy at the moment.
“I feel the same. If a woman doesn’t find pleasure in our fucking then I’m obviously not worth her trying again.” Leon called out from the kitchen, and I had to admit he looked very domesticated plating sandwiches.
“I think a woman’s body should be worshiped.” Miles moved his caress down to the soles of my feet and I nearly came undone. I obviously needed the touch of a man more than I thought.
“Words are easy.” This was the strangest conversation to be having while I was laying on a cot with just a towel covering me. Not that I wasn’t accustomed to strange discussions with these men. We’d never focused on me during them though.
“Maybe you should let us show you then.” Samson lowered to his knees at the head of the cot, and his hands moved to my temples, massaging in tiny circular motions.
For a moment their hands felt so incredible on me I was tempted to give in. Then sanity came back. “You’re my bosses. I don’t think us having sex would be a smart decision.” Not to mention having sex with four men wasn’t even possible, was it? Talk about a fantasy that needed to be added to the books.
Michelle Hughes began her career in writing as a paranormal romance author. In 2009 she released her first book, A Night at Tears of Crimson. In 2011 she was hit with an idea for a romance that had nothing to do with vampires and readers seemed to relate more to the alpha male and virgin romances, so she continued along that line.
Prior to a career in writing she was a singer/songwriter who performed all over the US with a satellite syndicated talent showcase as their host. Michelle lives in Alabama with her husband and five children. Writing is her second love with family always being first. If you’d like to find out more about Michelle, please visit her links.