Review: Frisked in Fondant (Tulle and Tulips #6) by Nikki Duncan

February 17, 2016 Review 0

Review: Frisked in Fondant  (Tulle and Tulips #6) by Nikki Duncan

A kiss by any other name would never taste as sweet as his.

Tulle and Tulips, Book 6

When Gisella Sands isn’t busy creating magical wedding cakes, she shows the outside world the lighthearted, teasing manner that fools everyone, even her friends at Tulle and Tulips.

Once she’s home alone with her cats, the façade falls away. No one would guess that her tragic past is her only companion in the night. Or that this confectionary genius has never tasted the sweetness of a man’s kiss.

The less Kyle Riley talks, the more others fill the silence—a handy skill for a homicide detective, not so much for a social life. Dedicated to his job, he’s never been tempted to take more than one taste of any woman. Until he responds to a home invasion and finds Gisella, the bridesmaid he walked down the aisle at a friend’s wedding, bleeding on the floor.

In a heartbeat, all thoughts of keeping his professional distance disintegrate. But when the heat melts the walls guarding their secrets, their recipe for one perfect night could fall flat.

Warning: Contains a man who rarely strings more than fifteen syllables together, and a woman who can read him like a cookbook. When strong and silent meets sweet and bubbly, something’s bound to boil over.

Title: Frisked in Fondant
Author: Nikki Duncan
Series: Tulle and Tulips #6
Published by Samhain Publishing
Source: Publisher
Published: January 19th 2016
Genres: Contemporary Romance, Erotic Contemporary Romance, Erotic Short, Romance
Pages: 76 pages
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Stars: three-half-stars
Flames: three-flames
I received this book for free from the Publisher or Author in exchange for an honest review, or I purchased it with my own funds. This does not affect my opinion of the book or the content of my review.
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Frisked in Fondant is book six in the Tulle and Tulips series by Nikki Duncan.  It can be read as a standalone.

Gisella creates beautiful wedding cakes and thoroughly enjoys it! Her friends love her for her carefree, light-hearted manner she lives. Or that’s what she wants them to believe.  Underneath it all is a girl with a tragic past and no one has ever gotten too close because of it.  When a rash of home invasions hit Gisella’s neighborhood, she’s invaded and after being injured, lives another day.  When the paramedics are helping her, she’s on anxiety overload until super detective Kyle walks into her kitchen.  She immediately calms at his slightest touch.
Kyle has always stayed on the straight and narrow.  Never has he bent professional rules until he sees Gisella on the floor of her kitchen after an attack-bleeding! It seems like yesterday they were both attendants in a friend’s wedding.  All professionalism aside, he knows he feels a need to protect Gisella. He was attracted to her from the get go and now seeing her like this?  He has to let her know how he feels. Will she let him in??
What a sweet, romantic read!  Gisella and Kyle were believeable characters.  Both felt their connection at the wedding, and when their paths cross again, neither wants to let go.  I felt bad for Gisella and was taken by Kyle’s soft, soothing touch. He was very sweet and loving towards her.  How could Gisella say no?
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