Pink Fizz


      Pink Fizz
Greg never lets himself have than a one night stand That s his cardinal rule He s been hurt so badly in the past, he won t let anyone close again He gets plenty of sex he s a pick up artist of high renown but nobody gets to play family with him any Until he meets Juliette, and her entourage of young gay men She whisks him away to the family chateau in the wine region of Provence, and does her very best to set him up with this guy or with that It s sheer self defence that drives him into the arms of Robin, the man he finds for himself but will he ever let himself settle there, in a happiness he doesn t trust to endure Or is this just a holiday romance, fleeting and insubstantial and meaningless He has the power to change both their lives, but the choice is his he needs to make a leap of faith, and he has no faith in anyone, least of all himselfword count 39,701 Best Download [ Pink Fizz ] Author [ Thom Lane ] – cricketworldcuplivestreaming.com

Author Thom Lane is an English writer who has published romances and erotica as well as fantasies and other books under other names In his tales of Amaranth, he is combining as many of those genres as possible

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      Pink Fizz
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  • ebook
  • 101 pages
  • Pink Fizz
  • Thom Lane
  • English
  • 13 August 2019

10 thoughts on “ Pink Fizz

  1. says:

    Whoever started the interfering female trope in m m romance should be shot An overly interfering stranger is the premise of this story and even though it s handled better than most it still grated every time the character was on page The first person POV didn t really engage me this time It kind of had a travelogue feel, similar to those books like Under the Tuscan Sun, where the MC goes to a beautiful European town and the traditions and the food change his life I m surprised I didn t Whoever started the interfering female trope in m m romance should be shot An overly interfering stranger is the premise of this story and even though it s handled better than most it still grated every time the character was on page The first person POV didn t really engage me this time It kind of had a travelogue feel, similar to those books like Und...

  2. says:

    This is a well written story of Greg, an Englishman who happens to meet Juliette and that forever changes his life.I read the first story in this series a while back and hadn t realized the stories were connected until Greg is invited to the families Chateau in France and all the gay couples started to seem familiar, and the story line and plot seemed familiar too.The blurb doesn t quite do the story justice, Greg is a one night stand kinda guy, he doesn t do love, he doesn t do commitment, but This is a well written story of Greg, an Englishman who happens to meet Juliette and that forever changes his life.I read the first story in this series a while back and hadn t realized the stories were connected until Greg is invited to the families Chateau in France and all the gay couples started to seem familiar, and the s...

  3. says:

    So lovely and romantic Perfect Sunday afternoon read Has me smiling contentedly.

  4. says:

    Really this series has been such a pleasure Every one of these books conveys the beauty of the place and the essence of the way of life in this French valley In this episode we once again have the Romaine clan, but they are visiting England in the beginning and our favorite, Juliette, approached Greg, looking for the local gay bar as she is on a mission to find her cousin Matthieu from White Flag because he has had a fight with Charlie Greg is both affronted and charmed by Juliette aren t Really this series has been such a pleasure Every one of these books conveys the beauty of the place and the essence of the way of life in this French valley In this episode we once again have the Romaine clan, but they are visiting England in the beginning and our favorite, Juliette, approached Greg, looking for the local ga...

  5. says:

    5 sparkling starsIn the third book of this French based series, Thom Lane follows the same formula that worked so well previously But, I don t care, I don t care at all as I am seduced once again by the lovely writing and story telling With gentle charm and earthy humor, you are lulled into the countryside, and into the lives of an eccentric family that seems to be a haven for slightly lost bright boys as Greg, our main character puts it.How wonderful it is to return to this world of softly 5 sparkling starsIn the third book of this French based series, Thom Lane follows the same formula that worked so well previously But, I don t care, I don t care at all as I am seduced once again by the lovely writing and story telling With gentle charm and earthy humor, you are lulled into the countryside, and into the lives of an eccentric family that seems to be a haven for slightly lost bright boys as Greg, our main character puts it.How wonderful it is to return to this world of softly rolling hills, dappled footpaths, and vineyards bursting with earth s bounty, sun kissed and hope full Greg, on vacation, is adopted by the family Romaines well known local vintners known for their pink fizz sparkling wine already introduced in the previous books and specifically, the young Juliette She takes an immediate liking to ...

  6. says:

    Really enjoyed this sweet and hot romance It was contemporary but it had a magical glow over the romance and I would adore a glass of the sparkling wine the story is named for My only small gripe was that sphincter is a jarring word in a romantic sex scene and it was used a couple ...

  7. says:

    awwww.

  8. says:

    3.5Above average, well written I still love the wonderful descriptions and the atmosphere of Thom Lane s contemporary stuff, but this time I felt a bit of d j vu a character tired of one night stands, but afraid of commitment, view spoiler predictably falling in love hide spoiler ,...

  9. says:

    Thom Lane s writing is always a breath of fresh air for me It s light, easy, and romantic There s an effortless feeling to the prose and narration, one that can either sweep you away or leave you wantingI tend to sit back and enjoy the journey without critiquing too much as the imagery and crisp emotions flow from the characters In this third installment of the French Wine series, I liked the main couple and as always adored the Romaines The trust problems presented are a bit Thom Lane s writing is always a breath of fresh air for me It s light, easy, and romantic There s an effortless feeling to the prose ...

  10. says:

    What a perfect title for this book as this is one of those fizzy, frothy stories Maybe it s the Vineyard setting and all the wine drinking the fact that Robin is a chef so there s a lot of food descriptions but there s a sensual quality to this story as if everything was done to woo Greg and I m all for an old fashioned wooing story It all starts when Greg is approached by a young French girl who s quite willing to ask a perfect stranger obnoxious questions Greg for some reason does What a perfect title for this book as this is one of those fizzy, frothy stories Maybe it s the Vineyard setting and all the wine drinking the fact that Robi...

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