Room Service

Dr. Seth Coleman is in town for a conference. Most of the time these conferences are boring even though they are providing new and updated information. Carson Randall is a speaker at the conference. Carson gives Seth his card with his hotel room number on it.

The chemistry between the two men is blistering. I enjoyed how forward Carson was with Seth. Seth seems to need a push at times. The sex scenes were steamy and bordered on graphic.

I found this book well written with stimulating and charming characters. The plot was very interesting with and ending had a great twist that I did not see coming. At 17 pages long, this book was a great read. I hope I get to see these characters again in the future.

Book Blurb for Room Service

When Dr. Seth Coleman catches the gaze of handsome conference speaker, Carson Randall, he is intrigued. After the speech, Carson introduces himself and hands him his business card. Seth discovers the card holds more than Carson Randall’s information; on it Carson has written his room number.

For as long as Seth can remember, he has focused his attention on being a doctor. But now he has the chance to focus on his own needs. Will Seth take the safe route and socialize with his co-workers at the conference or will he accept the handsome speaker’s invitation?

Night Owl Reviews Aug, 2014 5.00