LAST GLASS OF WINE
Erotic Contemporary Romance
Rating: 3 Cups
Lana Moore works as a server at Rogan’s Steakhouse. Her schedule is always busy thanks to her boss, who seems to have a growing attraction toward her.
Cole Evans is assistant manger of Rogan’s. Running a restaurant can often be demanding, but falling for one of the co-workers could prove a rift in both their jobs.
Lana is tired of pulling extra work, then having to close three nights in a row. She wonders if her boss, Cole, is trying to irritate her so she will quit. She has enough problems with her insulin father. Cole has a heated desire for Lana. He feels the passion each time she comes to work. She is a great worker, often pulling more weight than others. Cole has his family problems with his father undergoing chemotherapy that is not working. His dream for Cole is to have his own restaurant and perhaps a wife and family. The more Lana and Cole push to make the restaurant run smoothly, their passionate urges toward each other ignite. Can two people learn to reach out and trust the other, while trying to find love to ease all their painful wounds? Or will Cole leave without saying good-bye?
Last Glass of Wine allows the reader to walk behind the scenes of running a hectic business. The emotions swimming with Lana and Cole do not only heat behind closed doors, but as well within their hearts with family matters concerning their fathers. I could feel the intensity that each employee feels as they are pressed with serving customers and putting up with many complaints. Ms. Lynn creates a read that explodes not only with cooking and serving, but with Lana and Cole as passion between the two sizzles. She tells a good story about love and learning to trust.
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