They’re craving something sweet. She likes it spicy. Devi Malik knows how to heat things up. She does it every night as head chef in her family’s Indian. Dear Ms. Rai: cover This is the first book of yours that I have read. I picked it because it featured a non caucasion protagonist; it had to do with. Read “Glutton for Pleasure” by Alisha Rai with Rakuten Kobo. They’re craving something sweet. She likes it spicy. Devi Malik knows how to heat things up.

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I love that she knew she wasn’t a beauty like her sisters and she was okay with that but I also loved watching her flourish when she realized gluttin only one but two handsome men found her attractive. It’s her first published work, so the quality is nowhere near her latest, Hate to Want You. Her love life, though, is stuck in the subzero freezer. Bedding The Biker Next Door.

Nevertheless, I think it was an enjoyable story that I would definitely recommend for fans of menage romance. They both also liked spicy women, and in his experience, Indian was a good choice there too. We get to know the characters way too late. They ask to meet the chef and Devi walks out to serve them only to discover that the date is his twin brother Marcus. This was not good at all.

Glutton for Pleasure

Menage romance is not typically my thing, but Rai does great work here telling how Indian-American chef Devi becomes involved with two smoking pleaxure Irish twin brothers, and how what was intended to be a one-night stand to get Devi’s self-confidence back after a bad breakup ends up leading to romance-a-trois. Now, with a chance to fulfill a secret fantasy with her long-time crush and his brother, it’s time to put her desire on the front two burners.


Devi Malik knows how to heat things up. I need the connection, otherwise it’s just bumping bits. Before she could dream up any more procrastination, she shoved the door open with her hip and walked out.

I was a little hesitant to read this one but after reading Veiled Desire and Veiled Seduction I decided to read more of Alisha Rai’s writing and honestly, I’m glad I read this one! Their connection is physical and even then the twins are some fucking douchebags who too often shit all over her fears.

So I guess I liked it okay but with lots of rage quits. Follow us at www. You won’t be disappointed, or stop reading until the end. Nothing’s changed since that day and I have read quite a few of her books since. Lately, though, his brother Jace has been making noises about craving something more. No, I did not. Easy, no love involved. She even checked his credit card to learn his name is Jace Callahan.

Okay Didn’t care for the three some story. And in her experience, those facets have worked against her.

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Item s unavailable for purchase. Never Resist a Sheikh. Jace had been insistent they come here, and he and the woman had bantered with easy familiarity.

Marcus is pretty smokin’ too, rough around the edges and slower to show affection. You can remove the unavailable item s now or we’ll automatically remove it at Checkout. And Devi finds herself falling in love with two very different men. The stuff drove his allergies crazy.


Hate to Want You. I would have loved to see some more time spent on that as opposed to all the love scenes, as fun as they are. This is breaking one very important rule: Want to Read saving….

The author is a skilled writer regarding language use, but I do think her plotting and character set-up is just okay. But Devi’s never been afraid of the dark. Pub Date 09 Mar Talk about stupid and pathetic. Marcus tried to work up alidha for their waitress, but barely managed a lukewarm stirring at the idea of fir sandwiched between the two of them. Devi opened her mouth to deliver a blithe reply but the steam in front of her caught her attention.

I like that she realized early on how different these men were and that she didn’t condone Marcus’ bad behavior even before she knew their full story. The story begins to take off from there as you begin to see the good and the bad from this decision. This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers. March 9, ISBN: