Nadia Spiceland works in the business of temptation. The confections she crafts at the Sugar and Spice Bakery and Café lure in the locals. But one customer is interested in more than just her delectable sticky buns. Kane Sullivan teaches human sexuality at the nearby college, where coeds are clamoring for seats in his lectures. Nadia is reluctant to his advances, yet she also has needs. Who better to fulfill them than the man who's referred to as "Dr. Sex" by his female students? Soon Kane creates a hunger in Nadia that nothing can satiate. It weakens her, and that's something she cannot risk. Not again. But Kane's masterful touch might just be powerful enough to melt her heart - and free her to trust again.
Contains mature themes.
Would you listen to Spice again? Why?
I just loved all the characters in this book - the tenet that recovering "addicts" with different temptations can band together to support each other, and become best friends, is heart-warming. The two principals are the stuff of dreams, perhaps...I mean...Professor Sex? Who wouldn't want a date? Spicy reading!
What did you like best about this story?
Compelling story right from the start, difficult to put down. Some predictable situations used to move the story on (like gossip overheard in the ladies' loo) and frustrating interruptions just as things get down and dirty, but, like I said, a spicy read.
What does Elizabeth Hart bring to the story that you wouldn’t experience if you had only read the book?
Elizabeth Hart has a relaxed reading style, which keeps the story moving forward at a slow boil. Reading this for myself, I would probably have become impatient and skipped a few pages....
If you made a film of this book, what would be the tag line be?
Sugar & Spice
Naughty and Nice
Kane's Able and
Any additional comments?
I hope there will be more volumes in the Sugar & Spice series. Can't come soon enough.