Review: A Taste of Rome (World of Sin #3) by Lucy Felthouse

My ReviewsThe smexy train is going to Rome!


A Taste of Rome is #03 of 03 in the World of Sin Series by Lucy Felthouse. All 3 are currently published with all of them being on Audible. The author has plans for more in this series.

Peter Revel-Walsh narrates the series thus far.

Each one is complete into itself, but it is a continuing story.

This series is a continuing story arc so I recommend reading the books in order. That being said, the stories or of a nature that it wouldn’t hurt if you read them out of order.

Length: 1 hr and 2 mins

Warning: SEX!
Yes, both in thoughts and actions, so if you do not like sex, then you should avoid.

Trigger Warnings
None that I see.
Please let me know if you think there should be.



♥ Story ♥

A Taste of Rome picks up close to where Taste of Paris left off: The boys are on a train to Rome with the Americans.The story is still being told through Ryan’s perspective. Maybe one of the future editions of this series will be told through Kristian’s point of view.

Ryan of course gets himself into more sexy situations as well as having more fun with the Americans. His efforts to protect his friend and not look like douchebag, are quite funny if not a bit uncomfortable because you can relate to his conundrum.

The World of Sin Series sadly takes a hyatis here. Don’t fear though fans, this is not the end. The author confirmed to me she has full intention of continuing this series.


Audio Sample from Audible


 

♥ Author ♥

Lucy Felthouse is a go-to for short & smexy! Maybe next time we will get more Kristian!

Lucy has 17 Audible Titles


♥ Narrator(s) ♥

Peter Revel-Walsh completes this tro of stories and they will not be my last! I love his natural accent but his American one could use some polish.

Peter has 06 Audible Titles


A Taste of Rome

World of Sin Series

Written by Lucy Felthouse

Read by Peter Revel-Walsh

Ebook obtained through the Kindle store

Audiobook obtained for free at my request and I am voluntarily leaving this unbiased review

Review: Taste of Paris by Lucy Felthouse

My ReviewsThe city of love becomes the city of sin!


Taste of Paris is #02 of 03 in the World of Sin Series by Lucy Felthouse. All 3 are currently published with all of them being on Audible. The author has plans for more in this series.

Peter Revel-Walsh narrates the series thus far.

Each one is complete into itself, but it is a continuing story.

This series is a continuing story arc so I recommend reading the books in order. That being said, the stories or of a nature that it wouldn’t hurt if you read them out of order.

Length: 1 hr and 11 mins

Warning: SEX!
Yes, both in thoughts and actions, so if you do not like sex, then you should avoid.

Trigger Warnings
None that I see.
Please let me know if you think there should be.



♥ Story ♥

Taste of Paris picks up right where A Taste of London left off: Ryan on a train getting propositioned. He makes it to Paris and meets back up with Kristian. He is a bit sad he missed out on all the fun, but boy does Kristian really have no game. Good thing Ryan is looking out for him, and the poor guy finally gets some action.

The World of Sin Series continues and doesn’t disaapoint. Get 11 more Smexy minutes in this one. #2 is still told through Ryan’s point of view.


Audio Sample from Audible


 

♥ Author ♥

Lucy Felthouse writes new smexy fun for the boys! And it’s hot!

Lucy has 17 Audible Titles


♥ Narrator(s) ♥

This is my 3rd listen by Peter Revel-Walsh and won’t be my last. I love his natural accent but his American one could use some polish.

Peter has 06 Audible Titles


Taste of Paris

World of Sin Series

Written by Lucy Felthouse

Read by Peter Revel-Walsh

Ebook obtained through the Kindle store

Audiobook obtained for free at my request and I am voluntarily leaving this unbiased review

Review: A Taste of London by Lucy Felthouse

My ReviewsThe start of a Smexy gap year!


A Taste of London is #01 of 03 in the World of Sin Series by Lucy Felthouse. All 3 are currently published with all of them being on Audible. The author has plans for more in this series.

Peter Revel-Walsh narrates the series thus far.

Each one is complete into itself, but it is a continuing story.

This series is a continuing story arc so I recommend reading the books in order. That being said, the stories or of a nature that it wouldn’t hurt if you read them out of order.

Length: 1 hr and 00 mins

Warning: SEX!
Yes, both in thoughts and actions, so if you do not like sex, then you should avoid.

Trigger Warnings
None that I see.
Please let me know if you think there should be.



♥ Story ♥

A Taste of London is the starting point of the gap year adventure. Ryan Stonebridge and his friend Kristian Hurst are heading off to travel the world with plans to experience it all, especially the sex. Kristian has to tap out early due to a family emergency, but promises to meet up in Paris. Ryan continues on alone, well, not quite alone.

The World of Sin Series is short and mostly about the sex, I will just warn you up front. Not knocking it, just letting you know what you are getting into. It’s Smexy, and all told through Ryan’s point of view.


Audio Sample from Audible


 

♥ Author ♥

Lucy Felthouse is the master of short and smexy! I will always listen to more.

Lucy has 17 Audible Titles


♥ Narrator(s) ♥

This is my 2nd listen by Peter Revel-Walsh as my first was also a title by Lucy Felthouse. I thought he sounded familiar. He does have an accent which I found quite lovely and appropriate to the story. If you are one of those people that detest them, then just keep moving along.

Peter has 06 Audible Titles


A Taste of London

World of Sin Series

Written by Lucy Felthouse

Read by Peter Revel-Walsh

Ebook obtained through the Kindle store

Audiobook obtained for free at my request and I am voluntarily leaving this unbiased review

Review: Doctor’s Orders by Lucy Felthouse

My Reviews


Hot doctors, Yes Please!

Had me at hot doctors, lost me in the middle, but then went out with a bang!

This story is about a pair of hot medical professionals who are over-worked and can’t get the alone time they so badly desire. Blake Colville is a doctor, no specialty specified, while his partner Aaron Miller is a hospital porter. (To be honest, I had never heard of that title so I had to look it up. It’s a job title only in the UK. It’s basically the errand runners for the nurses or physicians that essentially fills the gaps.) Even though the two live together, they are often on opposite schedules cutting into their quality time. Blake plans a hot weekend away for Aaron’s birthday so they can catch up on all they have been missing without interruption. That’s when things get really hot!

These boy are really into the kink. It starts off mild and moves into things I’ve never even heard of before. That’s where they lost me. It takes you out of the story if you have to stop to look up stuff. The stuff I had to look up was way past the common paddles and handcuffs. It was also past my level of interest. I know it’s about mutual pleasure and the act of submitting is part of that pleasure, but I would have had to use my safe word, sorry.

Thankfully that is not what it ended on. The story brought us on back to the love they share for each other and closed out with a romantic interlude to leave you all warm fuzzy! So despite the little part in the middle, it was overall a great story!

The narrator was Peter Revel-Walsh. His voice is pleasant and enjoyable to listen to and as for the story voice, and the non-main character voices, it was easy to distinguish the differences. As for the two main characters it gets a bit confusing. Blake is the dominant one so the more demanding words often come from him, but sometimes you just can’t tell who is talking. It’s not a huge deal because either way it’s still just the two of them and they are H-O-T-!

Overall I give this 4 of 5 stars!


Doctor’s Orders

Written by Lucy Felthouse

Read by Peter Revel-Walsh

Review: Doctor’s Orders by Lucy Felthouse

“This book was given to me for free at my request in exchange for an unbiased review.”