Release Blitz and Review: Plus One







Title: Plus One
Series: Pig & Barley #3
Author: Mae Wood
Genre: Contemporary Romance
Release Date: February 6, 2017



Blurb


1 part tatted-up single dad restauranteur
1 part effervescent younger wine rep
Spice generously with sexual tension
Combine at a foodie conference
Serve steaming hot

At not-quite forty, with his son a high school senior, Bert's going to be dining alone.

His restaurant's wine rep has a few ideas on how he might sate all of his appetites.

He hasn't been buying what she's been selling, but she’s only in Memphis for a few months before moving back home to California…and he is only mortal.

Besides, it's not like he's going to fall in love for the first time in his life or anything crazy like that, right?













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After meeting Bert in Marissa and Trip's books, I knew he would have a great story to tell.  Who knew he would also be a single dad and a chef!  That hits many of the hotness buttons for me.  Add in the fact that he is a romantic with a broken heart and not really thinking he will ever find love again.  You all need to meet Bert!   

The read was made that much more enjoyable because of all the humor written in.  The back and forth not only with Bert and Drennan but also between friends.  I liked that their commonalities are what drew Bert and Drennan together but it was their willingness to take a chance and explore beyond what they knew--beyond being just a Plus One-- that kept them together.  When they do get down to business, it's smoking hot with a side of cuddling.  Loved it! 

Overall a delight to read.  This is the third book but you can easily read this as a stand alone.  Looking forward to more by this author! 

*Complimentary copy provided for an honest review. 


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Author Bio


Mae Wood is a mommy, bookworm, and lawyer (in that order).

A while ago Mae decided that she needed to give up the fear that she couldn't write "great literature" and write what she wants to read.

And she wants romance. And laughter.

She wants heroines who are brave. Brave enough to be themselves and brave enough to fall in love.

She wants men who are strong and kind.

Mae lives in the Southeastern United States and sets her books in hot and steamy Memphis, Tennessee.



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