Review of ‘Room service’ by Fiona Riley.

This is an early work by Ms. Riley just published now after the three books of her ‘Perfect match’ series. This is an office romance between interior designer, Olivia Dawson, and Savannah Quinn, her client corporate liaison. As they travel around the country to tackle different projects, their mutual attraction grows making it impossible to ignore. Will their corporate association get in the way of their budding relationship?

‘Room service’ is a slow-burn romance written from the point of view of both main characters. Ms. Riley excels at building their chemistry that slowly grows to sizzling hot. Both characters are a bit too perfect but their relationship works fine. My only concern is that their public displays of affection seem too over the top to be realistic. Despite that, the intimate scenes are well written, specially the phone sex passage which, in my opinion, is one of the best ever written in lesfic. Some of the secondary characters are a bit blurry specially at the beginning but it doesn’t interfere with the enjoyment of the main story.

Overall, a sweet office romance read. 4 stars.

ARC provided by Netgalley and the publisher in exchange for an honest review.

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