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To Rome with Lust

(The Mount #3)

really liked it 4.00  ·  Rating details ·  33 ratings  ·  5 reviews
The adventure that Rita Holly began in The Mount in London and Nick Chase took up in Vegas continues when a sizzling encounter on a flight to Rome has journalist, Liza Calendar, and perfumer, Paulo ‘The Nose’ Delacour, in sexy olfactory heaven. The heir apparent of Martelli Fragrance, Paulo wants Liza’s magnificently sensitive nose to help develop Martelli’s controversial ...more
Paperback, 300 pages
Published December 4th 2014 by Xcite Books
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This was a super fun read. If I had a guilty pleasure genre, which I don’t, I’d say lighthearted erotica would be it. Sure, everybody swoons for the BDSM stuff now, but there something to be said for copious amounts of vanilla lovin’ too.

To be fair, this book has a bit of Dom/sub, but it’s like one scene. The rest? So much lovely smexy. And the story? FUN!

Liza has a super nose. For real. She can smell the bitterness of a person’s anger, and the tangy scent of arousal. This is often a real challe
Well written with several editing issues such as typos and words in the wrong sequence, which didn't seem to be an issue in the first two books of the series. This is a stand-alone book with no cliffhanger, but there are appearances by characters from previous books, so reading at least book one would be helpful.

Despite the editing issues, I thought this story was the strongest of the trilogy. The characters sort of returned to the stylized fairytale of book one, with their own superhuman powers
Karen S
Feb 22, 2015 rated it it was amazing
This book is an absolute treat from start to finish. The story flows thick and fast, just like the smells. I loved the unique talent that Liza had of smelling emotions and the wonderful manner in which they were described had me sniffing and smelling them right along with her. Paulo is a strong, sexy alpha male and his lust (and more) for Liza is palpable and jumps out at you deliciously. The sex is hot and obviously as it involves The Mount, there are other aspects apart from the vanilla variet ...more
Jan 19, 2015 rated it it was amazing
Although this is the third book in the Mount series this book can totally be read as a standalone - but why deprive yourself of two other cracking reads?

Liza and Paulo set the pages on fire in this romp through Rome and your olfactory senses - just be aware that you will find yourself sniffing others for a few days after reading this!!! (just try to be inconspicuous!)

A highly enjoyable book which was kindly gifted by the author in exchange for an honest review.
Sep 03, 2016 rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
Scent... Another feeling for Love.

Beautiful and totally unexpected! We all should live our lives following our nose... I'm really curious to try this. Thank you!
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