Publisher: The Wild Rose Press
Genre: Contemporary Romance
Heat Rating: 2
Taryn Blaze is the reigning queen of rock-n-roll. An ultimate diva who's never been refused anything or anyone--until the hunky security guard doesn't show at the prescribed time, dressed in the white silk boxers her assistant had delivered to him. Outraged, Taryn does what she always does when she doesn't get her way--she throws a tantrum.
Derek Abrahms, a locally hired security guard, is thrilled when Taryn notices him, but instead of recognizing him from her past, she orders him to her hotel room for a night of lusty passion. Determined to teach the diva a lesson, he does what no man has ever done before--he denies the goddess.
When Taryn unleashes her prima dona temper, can Derek remind her of the sweet girl she once was? Or is his Diva-Licious just too wild to tame?
The title of the book caught my attention, but I had no clue what to expect. Diva-Licious is a quick erotic romance. Taryn, a million dollar singer, and her bodyguard, are an unlikely pair. Taryn is a classic diva and expects her every whim to be catered to without question. Derek is from Taryn’s past. Though she was his childhood crush, he can’t accept the spoiled woman she’s become, even if she is gorgeous.
I liked Derek’s character. He was real and couldn’t be bought and sold like Taryn’s other employees. Even though she redeemed herself later in the book, I couldn’t sympathize with Taryn.
The book was well written in parts and mechanical in others. There was some hot sex and a happily ever after for the characters. Derek was able to teach Taryn a lot about herself by not giving in to her wishes, rather dominating her sexually.
Diva-Licious is a very quick, unique romance that entertained me.
3 Tea Cups!