by Rena Alcott and Delphyne DeRouge

January 2004
ISBN: 1-59279-110-7
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A hotel is in need of being ship shape and Lucy is the person to do the job. That is what she does, goes into hotels and gets them straightened out. Only this particular hotel has her life-long friend Robert working there. Of course his father is the owner of the hotel chain. Lucy and Robert are also causal sex partners when they are in the same area and need a little relief.

Lucy is on a mission to bring the hotel back around and that means stepping in whenever she is needed as well. Thus her first meeting with John Ivers, who has asked for towels in his room, numbered 302. Only Lucy is in for a surprise and lets Mr. Ivers know she does not appreciate what he did. This sets the course in motion of John trying to make it up to Lucy and believing she is someone else as well.

Robert has strong feelings for Lucy, and in fact has asked her to marry him on several occasions, but she has always turned him down. Now that she is back in his life, he isnít going to let her get away from him again if he can help it.

There is quite a bit going on in the story, Lucy trying to hide the fact from Robert about her dinner with John and what happened afterwards. There is quite a bit that happens and surrounds Suite 302, and somthing else involving the entire hotel. Lucy isnít sure who she wants, but she does start to see Robert as more than the friend he has been before.

Sweet Suite 302 by Rena Alcott and Delphyne DeRouge is a delightful story of finally realizing that the love of your life has been right there in front of you, unnoticed and unexpected. Besides the sexual current that is threaded throughout the story, there is also a delightful twist at the end. I am looking forward to more stories by these two authors and hope they combine forces again to give us another exciting tale.

Reviewed in February 2004 by Pam.