Series: Delicious Desires

Delicious Satisfaction by Sabrina Sol

Posted March 7, 2017 by Kate in Just Okay, Review / 0 Comments
Delicious Satisfaction by Sabrina Sol

So this is not my first book in the series that I have read, and I really liked Delicious Complication, which is the book before. I liked Brandon a lot, and his whole fake relationship storyline, and there was also a fair amount of suspense in the plot, so I was looking forward to this book and hoping for a little bit of the same kind of tone from the one I had read previously. And there was some of the same kind of themes in this book, but I didn’t love it as much as I did the previous book. So we’d already met Alexa and Dante (she’s Brandon’s sister and he’s his old best buddy and lawyer), so if you already read the other book you kind of already have a feel for them going in, but if not that’s cool too. I really liked how the book started off, Alexa goes to a restaurant to meet her friends, and of course it is the restaurant owned by her ex. Only when she walks in and realizes that he completely ripped off all her ideas and recipes, she’s irate. Obviously. Needless to say the whole thing end up with her in jail, and who comes to bail her out, you guess it, Dante, the lawyer. Alexa in the beginning was easy to like. She came off as really true to herself in terms of her style and her personality, but as the book goes on she ends up […]

Delicious Complication by Sabrina Sol

Posted September 27, 2015 by Kate in Blog Tour, Liked It, Review / 0 Comments
Delicious Complication by Sabrina Sol

I don’t know why but I really like the whole fake engagement storyline, mostly because I’m shocked people don’t do this more in real life (although I do know people who have pretended to date each other to get their parents to stop nagging them before). I mean really sometimes being involved with someone can solve a lot of issues, so why not get into a mutually beneficial situations, plus in books, it always means some funny scenes, and a build up that makes the ending so much fun to read. So our heroine in this book is Daisy, and part of what I loved about her (and Brandon) is they are both Hispanic and I loved how the culture was weaved into the characters and the story. So Daisy is super sweet, she’s a nice girl, she’s a really hard worker, and she’s good family to have. She wants to be a wedding planner (or event planner) and she met Brandon through her cousin, and he’s actually been super helpful to her. Daisy has a big heart, so when one night, and a lot of tequila leads to the tabloids reporting they are married, and Brandon wants to seize this opportunity to get his mother to come visit and get cancer treatment, well Daisy just can’t say no. What I liked about Daisy was that she stood up for herself when she needed to, she’s hard working, and she goes above and beyond to be friendly to everyone. She […]