Mother’s Day Inn by Lee Jacquot Book Review
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I had everything under control until I met Theo.
My life was simple, straightforward, and clean. I thrived in my career, improved daily at being a single parent, and disguised any not-so-ideal parts of my life pretty well.
Like the fact I carried more than a few insecurities my ex-husband left me with. The biggest being the simple notion that I was one of many options, and my idea of love was ridiculous.
I knew it only existed on the big screen or in the pages of books, but I still wanted it.
Still yearned for it. Still hoped that maybe, somehow, I’d find it.
Never once did I think I’d find it in the lifeguard nearly ten years my junior.
Theo plans to dismantle everything I thought I knew. He wants to rip down every wall I have and rebuild it with just four words.
Here is the potentially sensitive content I observed while reading:
- Emotional abuse
- Sexually Explicit Scenes
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There are possible **SPOILERS** beyond this point!
Mother’s Day Inn was quick and spicy! I love how easily Lee is able to create a connection between characters and the connection between Olivia and Theo was so obvious. The chemistry… HOT! This book was so hot. I need a fan. A secret Mother’s Day bed and breakfast stay joins these two in hot massages, room service and more. Theo and Olivia push past the stereotypes society attributes to them to find more than just a holiday hookup.
Olivia is a single mom and Theo is Olivia’s daughter’s swim coach. Theo and Lyn have the cutest relationship. I love how crazy Theo was about Olivia. I believe the word is obsessed! And I am obsessed with them. I read this in one sitting and I just wish I had saved this for longer.
I would high recommend this book to spicy book lovers! Lee Jacquot’s novellas are always a treat. Have you read any yet?
This is a spicy read so expect mostly that in here. Lots of scenes in comparison to other content.
Genre & Tropes
- He Fell first
- Age Gap
“Olivia. I want everything from you. All of you. Every fear, hope, and dream.”
“Every smile, kiss, and orgasm. ”
“I merely want you to be just a fraction as infatuated with me as I am with you.”
“Olivia is biting into her lip, a smile hidden under her teeth, while Lyn is bouncing on her heels, waiting for me.
It only takes a second for me to know I could do this every day and not want to go a single one without them.”
“Every part of you belongs to me tonight and I can’t wait to show you what being my obsession looks like.”
“She has absolutely no idea how infatuated I am with her. How the fibers of my being have untangled themselves and have reaches for hers since the moment our eyes connected.”
“I want to consume every part of your day with thoughts of me. Each barren, mundane, boring part. All of them with shadows of my presence.”
“You have piqued my interest since the moment I laid eyes on you. Since I saw you and knew you were the last woman I ever wanted to look at.”
“Because no one has ever wanted you as badly as me.”
“When I make you come this time, I want you to watch me. I want your eyes to witness me drink every last drop of your cum, and see how good you look dripping down my chin.”
“I want you when you first wake up and to be your last kiss before going to bed.”
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