By deborah kimpton
May 9, 2006 - 2:11:00 AM

Jo Leigh presents us with a tale of not good versus evil, but of sexy versus prim and proper. Enter Piper Devon and Trace Winslow respectively. She's a glamour puss of the first degree and has just opened up a naughty
New York hotel named Hush. He's her family lawyer and likes to keep on top of his game. The "game" in this case called Piper. Forget the turn-down service-he's into the turn on service with a capital "T".

Piper is a woman trying to make her mark on the hotel industry and she's out to prove a point to her father and his fastidious lawyer. Armed with all the goodies that Hush provides to it's guests and a few added extras from her personal stash, Piper tries to get Trace to see her side of the fence. This ambitious hotel owner is keen to provide this particular guest with more personal service.


The story contains a good smattering of sexual tension and lots of fruity frolics from a couple who not only explore each other's bodies, but their hearts and minds too. Ms. Leigh provides a language that is fast paced, yet comfortable, making the reader feel as if they were with an old friend. Her descriptions are plush and luxurious, drawing the reader inside the playful paradise of Hush.          


If you haven't read a story from the Blaze series before, then this is a good one to start with. It's a sexy read with a little bit of extra steam. I certainly enjoyed my first visit to Hush.


Fortunately for us ladies who believe that travel broadens the mind, we'll be able to make a few more visits to the Hush hotel in the coming months. This is the first in a series of books, each written by a different author, following the exploits of staff and visitors at Hush.


So, if you want to discover if Piper and Trace come to terms with the demons from their respective pasts and still find time to indulge in the spa's couples massage, then hang a Do Not Disturb sign on your door and pick up a copy of Hush.                                       

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