Recommended Read!

“With DOWNTOWN DEVIL, Cara McKenna proves why she is one of my favorite Erotic Romance writers out there.”
~ Under the Covers

In the second installment to the Sins in the City series, Cara McKenna gives readers an energetic heroine in Clare. Her restless spirit grows bored as she nears the age of thirty and she’s looking for something that will liven up her summer. What she doesn’t realize is that entertainment will come in the form of a hot barista who is both beautiful inside and out. Though she says she wants to photograph her for her portrait exhibit, she cannot deny her attraction for him.

Mica is a wonderful character. Filled with charisma and a sexiness that oozes from the pages, McKenna amps up the heat very quickly. And she has to because not only does she have to create a believable romance between Clare and Mica, but she also brings in Mica’s roommate, Vaughn into the mix.

The sex scenes in this book set this book on fire. While I was a little lukewarm about the first book in the series, McKenna amps up the passion in a big way with this book. Not only did I enjoy both heroes in this book, but Clare’s openness and personality made this book a big win for me. This book is the perfect read for a hot summer night. With DOWNTOWN DEVIL, Cara McKenna proves why she is one of my favorite Erotic Romance writers out there.




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  1. So is this a menage story then? With 2 Heroes and 1 heroine? I wasn’t quite clear about that in your review, and that sort of will determine whether or not I read the book.

  2. Thanks for the review, I have book 1 but put it aside as I just wasn’t in the mood to read at the time.