30 Jul 2014

REVIEW: Tiger Lily (Gilded Flower #3) by Vivian Winslow



Synopsis

Weary from battling a hostile takeover attempt of her family’s company, Lily seeks a distraction in Todd, an erstwhile bartender with a large trust fund and magical tongue. Meanwhile, a connection seems to be developing between Lily and Alejandro, a wealthy and gorgeous Cuban-American, whose brother, Rodrigo, is dating Lily’s twin sister, Dahlia. When Alejandro unexpectedly rebuffs Lily one night, she is deeply dismayed. But, after seeing Alejandro’s picture with a gorgeous Latina model in the gossip pages, Lily thinks it wasn’t just a misunderstanding. When the sisters and brothers reunite in Aspen for a ski weekend, will Lily’s heart remain frozen or will the fire between her and Alejandro rekindle and melt away the ice?


My Thoughts


In Tiger Lily, the Baron family have decided to sell off most of Baron Media, leaving Lily free to choose her own career path and live her life the way she wants to. With the added stress of the sale and being unsure with what she wants to do with her life, she makes good use of her arrangement with Todd in some ultra erotic sexual encounters.

Gustavo makes another appearance attempting to prove his love for Lily, but she stills feels angry, betrayed, and as if he used her to try to buy her father's company. She actually declines his advances in this novella, and finally stands up for herself to him.

Dahlia and Vi are present once again. Dahlia has her own romantic issues to deal with, and Vi is the fun, supportive friend she always is.

Alejandro reappears in this story, and is once again the focus of Lily's desire. Are they able to finally succumb to their desire for each other?

Vivian Winslow delivers yet another sexy tale in Tiger Lily, the third installment in the Gilded Flower series. I found her writing to be detailed and entertaining, and she sure knows how to write an erotic scene! I have thoroughly enjoyed all three novellas in the Gilded Flower series. I found myself complete engrossed in them, and couldn't wait to start the next one. They were entertaining and addictive. I can't wait to see where this series takes us with Dahlia's point of view.

I received an ARC in exchange for an honest review.


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