"Hotter than Szechwan style food"
Mitch Landry sees his inheritance of a shop willed to him
from his recently deceased uncle as an opportunity to open
up a Chinese Restaurant and close Just 4 Play. Besides
wanting to manage a five-star restaurant, the prim and
proper Mitch feels a lingerie and sex toy shop is unsuited
for a real businessman.
Jill Sheldon enjoys life to the fullest, as she believes
girls just want to have fun. Jill believes her place of
employment Just 4 Play needs to stay open not just because
she needs a job, but because she believes this store
provides a real service helping people fulfill their
fantasies. She refuses to sit idly by as Mr. No Fun serves
up lo mein noodles as Jill plans to become Mitch's mentor
in the art of enjoying life starting with a seduction that
will leave Landry dreaming of something besides chop suey.
This tale is hotter than Szechwan style food as the lead
couple heats the sheets. The story line is often amusing
and the secondary cast adds depth especially in the shop.
Though Mitch takes responsibility to a degree that is
irritating (get a life bud) and Jill takes irresponsibility
to a degree that is also exasperating (you're an adult
sweetheart), together these two minuses multiply into a
positively engaging sexy novel.
Reviewed by PNR Group Member
Posted March 28, 2003