Review: Honey and Decadence by Wendi Zwaduk

October 25, 2014 Review 2

Review: Honey and Decadence by Wendi Zwaduk

All work and no play makes life boring…unless there's a dollop of whipped cream and a studded paddle involved. Then it's all fun.
Roxy loves her job at the Delight Tonight restaurant, but she longs for more. She'd rather find employment using her accounting skills. Her boss, Sean, has mentioned he's interested in bringing her on as an accountant. Can she keep her wits about her or will she cave in to the blossoming feelings she has for him?
Sean doesn't date his staff…ever. Except, Roxy makes him rethink his rules. She's curvy, sexy and one of the few people he trusts. When he's given the birthday surprise of his life, he knows he wants Roxy in every way.
Will getting her into his bed translate into a love to last forever, or a lust and chocolate-filled disaster?
Publisher's Note This story has been previously released as part of the Whip It Up anthology by Totally Bound Publishing.

Title: Honey and Decadence
Author: Wendi Zwaduk
Other books by this author that we've reviewed: Drawn Together, Written Together, Firelit Magic, Taken In
Published by Totally Bound
Source: Publisher
Published: November 15, 2013
Genres: Erotic Romance
Pages: 40
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Purchase your copy: Visit the Author's Website

Stars: five-stars
Flames: five-flames
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A touch of BDSM, a lot of food play and a beautiful romance make Honey and Decadence a fantastic read!  Roxy is a waitress that works hard and likes a little kink in the bedroom.  And when she’s not busy busing tables, she spends part of her time at a BDSM club called Push.  While attending a masquerade party at Push, Roxy meets a man that goes beyond the physical, and captures her heart emotionally as well.  Little does she know that it’s the owner of the restaurant, Sean.

Sean knew from the moment he met Roxy at Push that he had to have her.  But he has rules against dating co-workers – rules he put in to play.  So when he’s given a private birthday party at his restaurant and Roxy ends up being the table for his dinner (yes, the table), Sean is given the opportunity he’s desperately been waiting for.  They have deliciously sinful sex that is incredibly erotic.  After their steamy encounter, however, they both realize that it’s so much more than sex and they have to deal with their feelings for one another.

I loved this story.  Absolutely loved it.  The characters were loveable, the sex was incredible, and it was so sweet.  Their romance is one that reads like a classic love story – just condensed into a lot less pages!  It was honestly one of the best erotic shorts I’ve ever read. Thank you Wendi Zwaduk!

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