Room Service (Do Not Disturb #6)
Note to Housekeeping: Refill the sensual massaging oils in the Haiku suite.
Farm-girl-turned-TV-producer Em Harris is in way over her head. Trying to bag chef Jacob Hill for her new culinary show is one thing. Staying at the sex-themed hotel Hush, w ...more
Jacob Hill Can Give Me Room Service Any Day ^_~
“To: MaintenanceI do so enjoy Jill Shalvis’ little “quotes” at the start of chapters. She had some cute and funny sayings in her Lucky Harbor series books, and in this one, she had these funny little hotel staff memos at the start of every few chapters or so ...more
Check the air vents and temp regulator on elevator 2A. Guest seen coming out of it today looking dazed and flushed.”
Since it's the prologue, I don't think anything I say here can be a spoiler. So, I'm just going to break it down for you.
Emma Harris is a small town farm-girl from Ohio... who moved to H ...more
This book is definitely worth it. It's a fun, sexy ( ...more
The only thing that took away from this story was the side romances. I think they were supposed to add some angst, but then they seemed to have forgotten that and suddenly and big, bright bow was put on top and all was well. But since those side romances took little of my time, they did not deter me from enjoying this story.
Em Harris è una produttrice televisiva che per non essere licenziata ha solo un mese di tempo per riuscire a convincere un rinomato chef a partecipare al suo programma di cucina. Per farlo va all'Hush Hotel,un albergo molto famoso per l'atmosfer ...more
It often feels completely artificial to me when 2 people jump in the sack soon after meeting, have immediately the best sex ever and two days later spent alternating between resisting to the attraction and succombing to it, find themselves so deep in luv.
The characters were not realistic: the hero being a loner after living on his own on the street since he was 10 y ...more
I gave this book 4 instead of 5 because the ending was a little too happily ever after. It was too easy and too fast. I'm thinking it was because of Harlequin's length requirements for their Bla ...more
Note to Maintenance: Check the air vents and temp regulator on elevator 2A. Guest seen coming off it looking dazed and flushed.
*Note to Housekeeping: Refill the sensual massaging oils in the Haiku suite. *
Farm-girl-turned-TV-producer Em Harris is in way over her head. Trying to bag chef Jacob Hill for her new culinary show is one thing. Staying at the sex-themed hotel Hush, where his restaurant is located, is quite another. Her goal there is to convince Jacob, known for looking and cooking lik...more
Everytime I finish a Jill Shalvis book I wish that I hadn't not because the ending isn't good - because it's always good but because I miss these characters so desperately. Overall this book is pretty much literary candy. Delicious, sweet and you ...more
I just read a book where the charachters didnt realize they where in love and it drove me crazy..The male charachter has the same problem in this one but its written so much better..I dont get irritated while muttering schmucks under my breat ...more
I read the paperback book when it came out and when I found it was an ebook I had to get it again.
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