Book Review: Cake

Cake is one of Cosmo’s recent “Red-Hot Reads”. it is about Wren, an artist working as a bike messenger. Her cousin works as the assistant for a hot artist and Wren does the deliveries for him from her cousin.  She ends up falling for him and thinks he may be interested too – but he has some baggage in the form of an ex-wife.

The two end up kissing and things heat up from there – but Gregori doesn’t want to make a commitment and tries to push Wren away.  He ends up running off to NYC for an art show and Wren’s cousin arranges a flight out there for her too so she can give him an ultimatum.  She doesn’t want to be friends with him.  Is he willing to put aside his fears and be with someone?

I received a free e-copy of this book in order to write this review. I was not otherwise compensated.

About the Book

From New York Times bestselling author Lauren Dane comes the latest release from Cosmo Red-Hot Reads from Harlequin.

Art student-slash-bike messenger Wren Davis pursues what she wants. And what she wants now is Gregori Ivanov, rock star of the Seattle art scene. With his tattoos, piercings and sensual sneer, Gregori is the ultimate bad boy. Wren’s gotten to know the man beneath the body art, too—and it only makes her crave him more.She won’t be satisfied with just one bite….

But Gregori loves women like he loves cake and champagne—intensely, but only for the moment. And after Wren experiences just how scorching sex with Gregori is, she’s determined to show him that just one taste won’t be enough…

Vegas Trip: Television City Focus Group



We had our Focus Group the next day back at Television City.  There were 10 or 11 of us, all females, taken in to a room to discuss the show we had watched.  We were asked to say what we thought was working or wasn’t working, who our favorite characters were (I guess I was in the minority with my pick!) and if we would watch again and why or why not and all that kind of stuff about the show!  It was just about an hours worth of chatting and discussing and we made $50!  Certainly worth checking out if you are in the area. (Although I am not sure locals can be paid to watch the shows – out of towners are!)

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