Review | Sweet Seduction by Daire St. Denis

Overview All it takes is one sweet taste… 

Daisy Sinclair knows how to make a guy moan with raw pleasure. She should, as owner of the best damn bakery in Chicago. Her cinnamon buns are borderline orgasmic! Of course, standing in front of the city's biggest (and sexy-as-hell) food critic in her skivvies isn't the most professional first impression. Especially when he has a wicked glint in his eye… 

Jamie Forsythe isn't exactly a food critic; his twin brother is. One look at Daisy's mouthwatering curves, and Jamie knows only that he wants to have his cake and Daisy, too. Attraction mixed with deception is a recipe for disaster—the naughtiest, hottest kind imaginable. And there's no way Jamie can resist being sent to bed…with Daisy as dessert!

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Publishing Date: February 23, 2016
My Review:  4 sweet and delicious stars. I have to admit that the name and cover drew me in first. I'm glad I read this because it was much better than I thought it was going to be. There's misunderstandings, struggles and some seriously hot passion. 

Daisy is a great baker dealing with the loss of her grandmother, the divorce from her jerk of an ex-husband and keeping the bakery afloat. When she meets Jamie he is impersonating his brother to do a review of her bakery. Their first meeting is hilarious considering Daisy's state of dress. When he leaves, she has a request from him to attend an event. 

Jamie didn't expect to be attracted to the bakery owner when he said he would do his brother a favor. Nor did he think he'd end up banging her in the back of the bakery and asking her to join him at an event. Jamie's a lawyer by trade and planned to explain the truth to Daisy upon seeing her again but that goes when she runs into his brother before him. 

The story follows as Daisy and Jamie form a relationship and go through outside issues together. Daisy doesn't get the ending most would think but it is still a great ending. She's happy, successful and in love. There was no trading one for the other and that is winning in and of itself.