Sneak Peak Review – Pool Man by Sabrina York

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  Release Date Tuesday 5/5/2015

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 A fun, flirty romantic romp…with a twist!

Paige Barber needs a vacation. She can’t resist her best friend’s offer of a remote vacation home on a private Caribbean island. Jimmy, the sexy pool boy, is part and parcel with the offer. But recently dumped Paige has no intention of taking advantage of that amenity…until she sets eyes on Jimmy. He’s not a boy at all, but the sexiest man Paige has ever met.

And he can cook. Oh, man, can he cook!

She thinks it will be easy returning to the real world after an utterly wanton and sensuous week in the arms of a hot, hard, perfect man. But it’s not. It’s not easy at all.


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Looking for that sexy read for the pool or the beach? Well this is the book for you.

Paige Barber needed this week of vacation to totally unwind.  Her job as a PR agent for Rock Stars was wearing on her.  Wanting lots of peace and quiet to start her “tell all book”, she accepted her best friend Marlee’s offer of her vacation home in the Caribbean.  All she had to do was relax and enjoy Jimmy the pool boy.

They say first impressions are lasting and in this case I cannot refute that claim.

I think one of the best scenes is in the beginning of the book.

Leaving my clothes in a pile on the floor, I made a beeline for the pool.
And froze.
There was a man standing in the kitchen, gaping at me. A man. Not a boy.
And hell, was he gorgeous. He was tall and broad and had a shock of dark curls framing his tanned face. His features were sculpted perfection, high cheekbones, a strong, square chin and a long blade of a nose. His eyes were a chocolate brown and laced with dark lashes, magnified through his black horn-rimmed glasses.
I don’t know about you, but black horned-rimmed glasses on a hunky man has always turned me on.
He wore an apron emblazoned with the words Stud Chef over a black tee. I thought the apron was awfully cute, especially on such a manly man. The biceps bulging from the tight sleeves of his tee didn’t hurt. And he had a spatula in his hand. Another thing I’ve always found very attractive in a man.
Stud Chef seemed to sum it all up perfectly.
As beautiful as he was, he didn’t seem very bright. He stared at me, slack-jawed. A muscle worked in his cheek. He swallowed. Stammered. A burble of nonsense.
Yeah. Not too bright.
This had to be Jimmy.
Just as Marlee had described him.
“I’m Paige,” I said breezily, padding past him toward the pool. The glimmering water was tantalizing. I desperately needed a dip. “I’m going for a swim. Can you put my bags in a room?” I glanced at him and jabbed a thumb behind me. “They’re in the hall.”
“I…ah…” Again, with the flapping lips. They were beautiful lips, though. “Um. Sure?”
Yeah. He was a gorgeous piece of manflesh, Marlee’s pool boy. But a fairly dim bulb.
Which was a pity. Because physically, he was perfect. Physically, he made me drool a little in my mouth.
Okay. A lot.
But to really attract me, I needed a guy who was smart. And funny and playful. If he could not be a douchenozzle, that would be nice too.
But for me, lack of smarts was a deal killer. As cute as they were, sexy glasses couldn’t cover up stupid.
I passed the marble island in the middle of the airy kitchen, which opened to a charming breakfast nook. Something nasty hit my olfactory process. I wrinkled my nose and glanced at the pan on the stove.
“Your eggs are burning.” Charring, actually.
He flinched and tore his eyes from me and stared down at the pan, as though he couldn’t quite grasp the import of what I’d said.
Awesome. He couldn’t cook either.
What a pity.

Jimmy wasn’t what she expected, and well I don’t think Jimmy quite expected her either.

I found myself giggling at some of the antics in this book and fanning myself through others.  I really can’t say too much without spoiling it, so you’ll have to read it yourself.

Definitely a fun read with lots of really hot sex with a really hot Pool boy.

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Sabrina York

Her Royal Hotness, Sabrina York, is the New York Times and USA Today Bestselling author of hot, humorous stories for smart and sexy readers. Her titles range from sweet & sexy to scorching romance. Visit her webpage at to check out her books, excerpts and contests.


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