From the back of the book: From the wildly talented MaryJanice Davidson comes a trio of outrageously passionate stories that take bliss to new, unusual heights....
One minute, Detective Lois Commoner is popping pain pills for her bum knee; the next, she's in a strange land with a magically delicious naked man named Prince Damon. Questions? Maybe one or two.
When Lt Anne Sanger joined the WACs to see the world and meet someone, she meant Europe and a nice Boise farm boy---not a feral, well-built, rakish man in a bathtub claiming he has wished her to be his mate.
Rica Callanbra is used to odd things happening, but sweet, godlike hunky men falling from the sky? She'll take him! Talk about heaven on earth.
Alrighty...I don't typically read paranormal romance or any romance books really. I like grit, humor, suspense, thrill, horror....romance just doesn't do it for me reading wise. It did back-in-the-day when it was a wonder-what-it-would-be-like or a salve after a breakup of my uber-casual relationships. Now the romance gets sort of in the way of the story, so I avoid them.
Except I felt like it would be fun to see what MaryJanice had to say since I knew it would be funny at least. And I was right. I like MJ's way with a title, her way with men and women falling over each other. Her women are sassy and I get along well with sassy.
Of the three women in the story, I liked Lois best, I think. She wasn't taking any McCrappe from anyone or anything.
This was a lightweight, easy-peasy read, so no coffee beans or diamonds, rather...
Three lightweight easy-peasy chocolate bunnies....