The pen is mightier than the cleaver . . . French chef Luc Tessier is five-star successful. His cookery program on TV is rated as high as his restaurant, and casual flings are his specialty. The only stain on his toque is Daniel Sheridan, an English food critic who has made it his business to... show more
The pen is mightier than the cleaver . . . French chef Luc Tessier is five-star successful. His cookery program on TV is rated as high as his restaurant, and casual flings are his specialty. The only stain on his toque is Daniel Sheridan, an English food critic who has made it his business to ruin Luc's reputation.The only way to clarify this particular pat of butter is to invite the critic to dine and bury the hatchet-preferably in Daniel's back. The moment he lays eyes on Daniel, however, Luc's thoughts turn from sauces to seduction.Daniel definitely finds Luc appetizing, but he plays it cool. He never wants to be anyone's toy, ever again. Yet in the face of Luc's relentless pursuit, he's finding it harder to keep the flamboyant chef at arm's length.A cooking competition on a remote Scottish island seems the perfect way to put some distance between them. Until Luc shows up to compete, determined to win not only the trophy, but Daniel's heart . . . Warning: Ingredients include two extremely hot men determined to come up with a whole new definition for “sizzling”. Explicit use of food items could incite spontaneous nekkid food fights.
Publish date: July 27th 2010
Publisher: Samhain Publishing
Pages no: 72
Edition language: English
Series: Table for Two (#1)
I love a guy with attitude and Luc has it in spades! This was a light, fun read!
1.5 starsThank god this story ended at 75% on my kindle, as that was about all I could take. For me this was an example of PWP.
People who like sex scenes involving food will like this more than I did. I don't really, and I didn't especially like the main characters either.
This was cute, very cute. So cute I want to read the rest of the series! I liked the arrogant Luc, French Chef, who totally abuses his power with no shame. God it's so hot. I'm sick I guess. I liked him talking about how he just bends over a disobedient worked and fucks him hard in the ass. Th...
This one wasn't bad, but it certainly wasn't good. I could have finished it, I just didn't see the point when there's so much better out there; why waste my time? As seems true in each of the Scarlet Blackwell books I've tried, I just couldn't see how or why or even that the heroes loved each other....