The only thing better than cake is cake with a side of orgasms.
Dylan James has no expectations when it comes to relationships. He uses women for sex and they use him for his money and power. It's quid pro quo and he's good with that. It works.
Beth Harrison has been burned. She's tired of the lies and the game playing that men bring and has buried herself in her passion - baking, which keeps her out of the reach of heartbreak. As she begins her career as a TV baker, a new world opens up to her.
Dylan and Beth both know that casual sex is all about giving what you need to get what you want.
Except that sometimes you give more than you need to and get everything you ever wanted.
Indigo Nights is a stand-alone novel with no cliffhanger.
©2016 Louise Bay (P)2016 Louise Bay
"EXCELLENT "DISCOVERY" !!!!!"
I had never heard of, read nor listened to Louise Bay before, so this author and this listen was a very welcome discovery for me. The plot, the wording, the timing was on point, and it was not an incomplete serial. Indigo Nights was hot-hot, not nasty (there is a difference); I enjoyed the listen very much. AND of course there was SEBASTIAN YORK and Andi Arndt!! I will be listening to more of Ms. Bay's work.
From the beginning is capture me...
I like how Beth was independent women and the challenges she faced, she didn't go back to drinking. We need more positive stories like this book.
Dylan is very interesting and sexy, I like how he didn't allowed his ex-wife to get back into his life.
"No one can eat that much cake and not get fat"
If they weren't having sex, they were eating cake. I'm sure the sequel to this book would have to include Weight Watchers.
Didn't finish the audiobook even though it was read by 2 of my favorite narrators.
While it's hard not to like a book that features delectable desserts, I was repelled by the dangerous sexual situations in the first few chapters.
After briefly meeting Dylan at the airport, Beth agreed to have to dinner with him alone in his hotel room without even telling anyone where she was going or insisting on meeting him in a public place. I couldn't decide if Beth was hopelessly naïve or self-destructive.
Next inexperienced Beth has rough sex with this dominating stranger who refused to stop after the first time (which left her sore and bruised). Beth and Dylan continue to have random sexual interludes for more than half the book, then suddenly fell in love.
I lost interest when this so called couple spent no timing talking and sharing - they could have chatted a little between rounds of energetic sex. I couldn't connect with either character since I learned almost nothing about them except that he had a huge cock and she had huge tits. How exciting and romantic ....
Although author Louise Bay showed great potential with a sassy sense of humor, I was disappointed that the book's emphasis was on sexual positions, not character development. Should be listed as erotic fiction, not romance.
"Nice, easy listen."
This is a light, easy, entertaining listen. The story was interesting and humorous at times. The narrator did a great job. It was just a nice easy listen.
I was provided this book as an ARC.
Great love story!
Dylan's romancing after Beth left for London. He is perfect.
Everything. The emotion in their voice put me in Beth and Dylan's heads. They made me feel the story.
I can't say I had any extreme reactions but I did love the book and the audio.
"Hot and Steamy"
This was such a good book, loved it! However I'm so bummed to find out there are 2 books before this that weren't released first:-(
"Soo close to great"
The first time Dylan says to himself (EARLY in the book) that he is going to tell Beth that he owns the company, and surprise surprise, he doesn't. You know that it is going to be a redicilous amount of time before Beth finns out, and of course from someone else. It is too annoying for a great writer to take that route. But at least don't wait until the last 1/4 of the book to let it all crumble, so if you actually liked the book up until then. You get so disappointment that you just sigh.
Wealthy, sexy man, Dylan, seated in first class with Beth one row away. She's not having any of it after hearing about his reputation. With that, Dylan sets his eyes on her. She's a recovering alcoholic, and hasn't had sex in a LONG time. When their plane is laid over for the night, Sebastian York (I mean Dylan) knows how to say and do sexy right! Dirty talking, romance, low drama and worth the credit.
I enjoyed this book and will be check this authors other books. Read brilliantly by my favourite narraters.
refreshing to read about someone managing alcoholism and how it can affect daily choices.
Gorgeous love story, very predictable format, loved that she loved cakes. enjoyable all the same
"I was gripped from start to finish."
I came across Louise Bay by recommendation from a friend and now I just have to read everything. I found myself following all the emotions and really feeling them. When I knew how Beth or Dylan were going to react or feel I was right there with them.
The narration by Andi Arndt and Sebastian York is always great, their voices have such expression and depth of feeling to them. I would recommend this to anyone.
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