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On the Steamy Side - Louisa Edwards
On the Steamy Side
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When Lilah Jane Tunkle fled her dull life in Virginia for the bright lights of New York City, she didn’t expect to wind up a nanny to a gorgeous celebrity chef’s ten-year-old son. Working for the delectable Devon Sparks is a sure-fire recipe for disaster, especially after Lilah gets a tantalizing... show more
When Lilah Jane Tunkle fled her dull life in Virginia for the bright lights of New York City, she didn’t expect to wind up a nanny to a gorgeous celebrity chef’s ten-year-old son. Working for the delectable Devon Sparks is a sure-fire recipe for disaster, especially after Lilah gets a tantalizing taste of his perfectly seasoned kisses …Devon’s not sure he can handle one more surprise ingredient in his life—he quit his popular TV show, his culinary reputation is on the line, and now the son he barely knows is back for seconds. Lilah’s Southern sass is supposed to keep the boy in line, but soon enough she’s teaching Devon a thing or two about homespun food…and turning up the heat.
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Format: mass market paperback
ISBN: 9780312356460 (0312356463)
Publisher: St. Martin's Paperbacks
Pages no: 309
Edition language: English
Series: Recipe for Love (#2)
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Rose Lerner
Rose Lerner rated it
OMG this book was note perfect. It's actually kind of rare that I read a book where I feel completely, 100% satisfied when I close it, and I was lucky enough to read TWO last week, one of which was this (the other was Jeannie Lin's The Jade Temptress). Devon was an asshole in JUST the right way, I w...
Mslizalou
Mslizalou rated it
I love watching the bad boy fall, and Devon Sparks is one sexy bad boy. Lilah Jane is the polar opposite of Devon and really was exactly who he needed to help him become the man, father, and even the chef he wants to be.
CJ the Book Peddler
CJ the Book Peddler rated it
3.0
3.25A good beach read or a rainy day read. I don't really have the energy to go into a deep analysis of this book so I'm going to do the pro/con thing.Pro - I like how there was a homosexual relationship shown and that it wasn't a farcical couple.Con: This book wasn't about them and their story sort...
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