December 13, 2014

Review : Make Me, Take Me by Amanda Usen

Title :  Make Me, Take Me (Hot Nights, #3)
Author:  Amanda Usen
Release Date: December 15, 2015
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A sexy category romance from Entangled's Brazen imprint... He's every fantasy she's ever had... Betsy Mouton knows that easy doesn't last forever. She's working her butt off to launch the Last Call Café so her family can leave the New Orleans bar business—and its heartaches—behind forever. That is, until the hottest one-night-stand of her life shows up next door, twice as uncompromising and two million times hotter, offering to buy the bar and send the Moutons to Easy Street.  Hotelier Quinton James has never forgotten the unbelievably hot night he and Betsy shared. Never forgotten how beautifully she submitted to him, or how he found the only peace he's ever known in her arms. Now that Betsy is the only thing standing in the way of his new hotel, she's the one in control. But there's more at stake than her cafe or laying their past to rest—Quin wants a future. With her. All he has to do is convince sensual command at a time.

3 stars

*ARC provided by Entangled Publishing in exchange for honest review*
Make Me, Take Me by Amanda Usen is my second book by her, and I must say I enjoyed it. I did like it, as I said. But there were a few things that made it less enjoyable.
I did think Becky was just a tad bit aggravating/overdramatic about a few things.
First being that she kept saying that it was just an arrangement of sorts and nothing else.
The second is where she wants to renovate the bar into a Café. I can say that I sort of agree with the sister. Yes, I do think that she kind of wanted to change it because that’s what Betsy wanted. She seemed kind of selfish.
Quinton and Betsy were good together after they got their act together.
Overall I liked the book. It wasn’t my favorite but it also wasn’t the worst book.

About the Author

Amanda Usen knows two things for certain: chocolate cheesecake is good for breakfast and a hot chef can steal your heart. Her husband stole hers on the first day of class at the Culinary Institute of America. They married after graduation in a lovely French Quarter restaurant in New Orleans. After enjoying the food and the fun in the Big Easy for a few years, they returned to Western New York to raise a family.
Amanda spends her days teaching pastry arts classes at a local community college and her nights writing romance. She’s a member of the Romance Writers of America ® and the Western New York Romance Writers. When she’s not writing, teaching or baking, she can usually be found reading a book and trying to get out of cooking dinner.

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