Thursday, September 7, 2017

Ménage on the Rocks by Willa Edwards


Take two stubborn people, add another determined to make them all happy, mix in a creative use of chocolate and you get one hot Ménage on the Rocks.

As manager of the Rockshore Tavern and Grill, Stella Matthews has to deal with a lot of difficult personalities. But none are more difficult than the Rockshore’s demanding chef Ozzy DeMeer. Luckily, she has her boyfriend Raj Anand—the Rockshore’s most popular bartender—to keep her sane.

But when Raj suggests that maybe the reason she and Ozzy are so combative is because they are attracted to each other, she doesn’t know what to say, but no, no, no. NO! Not easily convinced, Raj approaches Ozzy with a special proposal and together they hatch a plan to give Stella what she really wants—a hot man sandwich—even if she doesn’t know it yet.

The chemistry between the three of them is explosive. But when fireworks in the bedroom turn into even bigger fireworks at the Rockshore, Stella walks away, unwilling to risk her reputation and position for a little bit of fun. Can two determined men convince her that love is worth the risk? Or is their blissful ménage determined to hit the rocks before they’ve even started?

Reader Advisory: This book contains double penetration, anal play, food play.

Publisher's Note: This book has previously been released as part of the
Three's a Charm anthology with Totally Bound Publishing.

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Reviews by the Wicked Reads Review Team

Mary Jo☆☆☆
A short story showing the beginnings of a ménage relationship. Stella is the manager of a pub and in a relationship with Raj, one of her employees. They are keeping the relationship under wraps as she is his supervisor.

Raj believes that Stella is attracted Ozzy, the new chef, and that the attraction is the basis for the animosity between them. Raj believes that if Ozzy and Stella were to act on their desires, it would make a better work place for everyone.

A stellar night followed by miscommunication leads to a firmer relationship.


Avid Reader☆☆☆
M/F/M Romance

Stella, Ozzy, and Raj are a rare combination. Stella is strong willed and wants to run things the way she wants. Ozzy is a pain in the butt chef who hates customer service and Raj is the kind, almost gentle bartender who has a relationship with Stella.

Stella knows that despite her attraction, she should stick with Raj. However, when Raj brings Ozzy home, she can't help but indulge in the decadence that is these two men.

It's a short story about taking risks and figuring out whether or not those risks will pay out.

There isn't much character development, but if you want a quick read, this is your story.


Ruthie☆☆☆☆
Having worked in a hotel, I love reading about romances which are based amongst catering professionals. There is a lot of creative energy which translates well into sexual experimentation and intensity. That is certainly true in this short story.

Barman Raj is intent on pulling temperamental chef Ozzy into his relationship with their boss Stella. Neither Stella nor Ozzy really understand why, but the results are definitely as good as the new cocktail that he creates in their honour.

I would love to read more, but what there is has been a very enjoyable and steamy read, thank you.



Willa Edwards has dreamed about being a writer since she was four years old. When she picked up her first romance novel at fifteen she knew she'd found her place and she's never looked back.

She now lives in New York, where she works with numbers at her Evil Day Job and spends her nights writing red-hot tales of erotic romance. When she's not at her computer, you can usually find her curled up in bed with her two furry babies, her nose pressed to her ereader.

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Reviewers on the Wicked Reads Review Team were provided a free copy of Ménage on the Rocks by Willa Edwards to read and review.

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