Eat, Play, Lust
Genre: Contemporary Romance
Publisher: Entangled Publishing, Flirt Imprint
Date of Publication: 8/26/13
Number of pages: 57
Cami Pressman is a yoga instructor with a lifelong secret love of junk food. Not even an irresistible man can replace the mouthwatering wickedness of her favorite foods.
Until, that is, Paul Hammond signs up for her class. He’s a gourmet chef looking to score some fitness tips, and a date with Cami. Suddenly Cami’s lust for junk food isn’t the only thing making her tingle.
When this sinful chef and hot yoga teacher eat, play, and lust together, they just might bring their obsession to a new level.
* Tawna will be donating a portion of the proceeds from the sale of Eat, Play, Lust to the Fisher Center for Alzheimer’s Research Foundation.
I am grateful that I got to read this book because while it is short, it is also a very interesting read.
The story is not very complex, but it would have been impossible taking into account the number of pages, but it is very well written, the author knows how to get your attention that’s for sure.
The story as a whole is cute and a little bit fluffy, but the most important thing is that the book tackles a problem that many people, especially woman often face – weight. Cami used to have a weight problem and that affected her deeply and continues to do so. It is sad that in today’s society physical appearance matters so much. What certain people do not understand is that some of those overweight people eat even more because of how others treat them, maybe if they would leave them alone they could solve their issues faster and then continue will their lives without constantly worrying they they ate too many carrots that day. ( yes carrots because they have a higher GI than most vegetables)
On other thing that I loves is that the story is realistic and that the author perfectly combines what is probably meant to be a life lesson with romance. Maybe on some level the books also gives hope to those that need it.
I think this book is important for you to read so that you can understand better what someone with weight problems feels and maybe learn an important lesson weather you are in Cami’s position or you are just an outsider.
From me: 3.5/5 ( on a short story scale)
**I apologize for my absence, but I’ve been kinda of sad this past few days.