Famous in Paris, infamous in London, Verity Durant is as well-known for her mouthwatering cuisine as for her scandalous love life. But that’s the least of the surprises awaiting her new employer when he arrives at the estate of Fairleigh Park following the unexpected death of his brother.To... show more
Famous in Paris, infamous in London, Verity Durant is as well-known for her mouthwatering cuisine as for her scandalous love life. But that’s the least of the surprises awaiting her new employer when he arrives at the estate of Fairleigh Park following the unexpected death of his brother.To rising political star Stuart Somerset, Verity Durant is just a name and food is just food, until her first dish touches his lips. Only one other time had he felt such pure arousal–a dangerous night of passion with a stranger, who disappeared at dawn. Ten years is a long time to wait for the main course, but when Verity Durant arrives at his table, there’s only one thing that will satisfy Stuart’s appetite for more. But is his hunger for lust, revenge–or that rarest of delicacies, love? For Verity’s past has a secret that could devour them both even as they reach for the most delicious fruit of all.…
Format: mass market paperback
Publish date: 2008-07-29
Pages no: 432
Edition language: English
Series: The Marsdens (#1)
Primero: Odio los retellings de Cenicienta. Creo que es el cuento de hadas más aburrido de la historia.Segundo: Los protagonistas no pegaban ni con poxiran. Y la historia de amor a primera vista ya es cansadora.Tercero: La trama era demasiado tirada de los pelos. No tenía pies ni goyete. (En resumen...
This is my fourth book by Sherry Thomas and I must say this is my favorite of hers. After reading some of her books I now understand her pattern, her heroines are strong, independent and daring and their story always deals with the past. What I like most about her books are. 1) Her writing which is ...
I found the characters to be completely without passion for each other, something which I believe to be an important part of a romance novel. I was drawn in by the blurb on the back which mentioned that the heroine was a cook for a big English household. The cooking featured a bit, but the book didn...
Confusing and a bit plodding for the first third of the book but it took off finally. The last 100 pages made up for a whole lot.