Aug 27, 2015

Master of the Inn by Ella Jade Review

Executive chef Elyse Clapton has had it with city life. She’s spent the last few years building her cheating boyfriend’s trendy New York City restaurant into a success. When their relationship ends, so does her desire to be in his kitchen. She flees to a quaint inn she remembers visiting as a child. She gets more than she bargains for when she meets the sexy, reclusive inn keeper.
Handyman Logan Cole inherited Pleasure Inn against his wishes. Ever since he got caught up in a scandal involving another man’s wife, he keeps to himself – finding solace in a bottle. He didn’t realize how lonely he’d become until Elyse shows up on his porch.
He’s instantly drawn to her and convinces her to stay at the Bed and Breakfast. Elyse comes to town looking for a getaway. She never expects to fall for Logan. It doesn’t take her long to believe the inn’s motto. Logan’s dominance in the bedroom makes all of her fantasies a reality.
Just a little warning, this book is erotic with a little light BDSM thrown in, so as long as you like erotic stories, it is perfect for you.

This is my first Ella Jade book and I have to say I really enjoyed it, she has an extensive back list which I look forward to reading.
So the story is as follows, Elyse leaves Manhattan after finding out her boyfriend has been cheating on her and to make matters worse he is also an investor in the restaurant when she is the Executive Chef.
Elyse is on the verge of a breakdown, her family tells her to go and spend time in the country for some much needed R&R. Elyse decided to go back to the small B&B when her family would stay during her childhood. When she arrives she finds that the B&B is closed for renovation, but the new hunky owner Logan Cole begs her to stay for at least the night.
Without giving too much of the story away, Elyse and Logan have to overcome many hurdles from mistrust to an interfering ex with their own agenda. Overall a smooth read, I was surprised on how quickly the characters got together and how problems just seem to disappear overnight, but still an enjoyable read.
A solid 8 out of 10 from me and I am looking forward to the next book in the series.

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