Wednesday, April 1, 2015

Review - Melting Into You by Cassandra Carr

Melting Into You
by Cassandra Carr
Genre: MM Romance

Seth Mason's life as a macaroni and cheese food truck owner in Austin, Texas, is pretty good, except for one thing: he'd like to find a man to share that life with. As part of an organization Seth founded, he donates leftovers to the local homeless shelter, and meets Ben, a new employee. He's a preppy guy, and very much not Seth's usual type, but the attraction is strong and not going away.

Ben's just moved to Austin from Connecticut to take a job as a case manager at the Austin City Mission, the first time he's left home and family. But only a short time after he starts work, he meets a man who, though he looks like an extra in a surfing movie, intrigues him. He's hardly seen what life in Austin has to offer, and yet finds he wants to discover that with Seth's help.

The passion burns hot between them--hotter even than Austin in the dog days of summer, and neither man can deny it. As they grow closer, both must decide if they have the necessary ingredients for lasting love, or if the relationship will go up in smoke.

My Review:

This was a very sweet romance featuring Seth, a food truck chef, and Ben, a case manager at an Austin mission.  Seth is very attracted to the new case manager at the local mission he donates leftovers to.  Ben is new to Austin and finds himself looking forward to brief glimpses of the hot food truck owner.  Their romance is so sweet and well written.  I enjoyed the slow building of their relationship, with the flirting and off the charts sexual chemistry.  This book has everything a romance lover looks for in a great story. ~Booklover Sue

Cassandra Carr is a multi-award winning romance writer. When not writing she enjoys watching hockey and hanging out online. Cassandra's books have won numerous "Best Book Of" awards and her novella Unexpected Top was nominated in the E-book Erotic Romance category of RT's Reviewers' Choice Awards.
She thinks the best part of being a writer is penning stories about love and sex while most others struggle with commutes, micro-managing bosses and cranky co-workers.

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