Tuesday, 5 April 2016

Prah, Constantine, and Baryeh Review: Bedding the Wrong Brother (Bedding the Bachelors #1) by Virna DePaul

April has begun. For some of you winter is wearing down and the pollen of spring is out to make you sneeze your lungs out. A good time to stay inside and read I say.

This month we chose a great book. I’m curious to see if Constantine and Baryeh enjoyed it as much as I did. Remember to stop by their blogs to check out their reviews.







The Blurb
Melina Parker has always excelled in two things: research followed by hands-on application. She prides herself on being a lady in public, but after she's dumped yet again for being a lady in the bedroom, she's ready to go back to school.

Determined to find her inner sex diva, she enlists her childhood friend, Max Dalton, to tutor her after hours. Instead, she ends up in the wrong bed and gets a lesson in passion from Max's twin brother, Rhys Dalton, a man Melina's always secretly wanted but never thought she could have. 

Despite craving the occasional adventure, Melina's a small-town girl who wants roots and a family. Rhys and Max, on the other hand, are celebrities who travel from one city to another, changing bed partners as easily as plane flights. Rhys is outwardly the more reserved of the two but, unable to believe his good luck when he finds Melina waiting for him, he gives Melina her first taste of multiples right out the gate. Come morning, she's so mortified that she threw herself at Rhys that she blurts out the truth about her tutoring experiment. Not about to let her get away from him, Rhys convinces Melina that when it comes to sexual lessons, he's more than man enough for the job. His biggest challenge is teaching Melina that when it comes to pleasure, the key to his own is hers.

Can a woman who's always longed for hearth and home find satisfaction with a man whose entire life has been about moving on to the next big thing?

My Review
I can’t tell you how much I loved this book. It started out sweet for a whole chapter. And then bam! The F word was dropped and then I knew what I was dealing with. No problem. What shocked me about this book was its sweet yet erotic nature. Yes the two words don’t even need to be on the same page, but Ms. DePaul made it happen.

As I read from Rhys’s perspective I kept thinking about how much he loved Melina. That was the sweet part. What they did to each other, well do I need to go there? And even through those heated scenes the sweetness still shone through.

I give this book five out of five scarf shaped chocolate bars.


I got this book for free on Amazon.

Remember to check out Constantine and Baryeh's reviews.

8 comments:

  1. I agree about the sweet shining through the erotic! Yea, I had that reaction when the F word was dropped!

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  2. Sweet loving erotica is not always spoken about but it definitely exists. Glad you enjoyed the book Nana.

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    1. Thanks, Sheena-kay. It was such a good read.

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    1. Thanks, Cathy. I was a wonderful book.

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  4. Oh I think I have this one! I know I have a few of hers I've snagged that looked good but then never got to reading. Oops!

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    1. Lol. Its not too late. She has a whole lot of books in the series. I wonder if they're all as good.

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