Review: Sunset Temptations by C.R. Moss

Sunset Temptations by C.R. Moss
Series:  1NightStand (# 171)
Release Date:  May 28, 2013
Publisher:  Decadent Publishing
Page:  41
Source: book provided by the publisher for review
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Can wishes come true in just one night?

Roommates Ivy Tramonto and Kiran Emerson are heading out for their blind dates set up through a prestigious matchmaking service. Neither know anything about the men they’re to meet at a charity event being held in a mountain resort, but they’re looking forward to the adventure and forgetting about all their problems for an evening.

Resort owner Robert Bourbon doesn’t have time to play the field, especially when he wants a polyamorous relationship. After requesting the services of Madame Eve, he’s matched with the perfect pair and believes life can’t get any better.

Everything seems to be going great, until a mistake one of them made comes back to haunt them.

Will they make it through the dilemma or will they miss out on having their true desires granted?

 

Review: Sunset Temptations by C. R Moss is the one hundred and seventy first book in the 1Nightstand series.  The 1NightStand series is written by a group of authors about a mysterious woman that plays matchmaker where the couple matched end up having a happily ever after.  I chose this book because I have read a few book by Ms. Moss and I enjoyed each one.

Ivy and Kieran are roommates as well as friends with benefits. They are looking for another person to complete them.  I loved that they were brave enough to go on a blind date.  Nevertheless maybe it was easier when you know your roommate is at the same place.

Robert Bourbon is the owner of the resort that Ivy and Kieran go to for their blind date.  I love how inventive he is as to the place for the blind date.  At least Robert is in a familiar place for his blind date. Robert is a hot and sexy man who know what he wants in a long-term relationship but not where to find it.

The chemistry between Robert, Ivy and Kieran is scorching.  I was not fond of the mystery of meeting them separately.  The sex scenes was blistering hot with the three of them.  I would love to see how they do long term.

The only thing I would change is I would have made this book much longer and flushed out.  I found this book to be well written.  The main and secondary characters were interesting. Overall, this was a great story.  I can’t wait to read more books by Ms. Moss.

 

Melissa sig