Some Like It Hot
Sexy, single, and even sweeter than the treats he bakes, New York pastry chef Danny Lunden is trying to stay focused on food—not females. With the Rising Star Chef competition approaching, he doesn’t have time to get all steamed up over the gorgeous woman he encounters on the plane to Chicago.... show more
Sexy, single, and even sweeter than the treats he bakes, New York pastry chef Danny Lunden is trying to stay focused on food—not females. With the Rising Star Chef competition approaching, he doesn’t have time to get all steamed up over the gorgeous woman he encounters on the plane to Chicago. Even if she is Eva Jansen—the billionaire heiress in charge of the contest…Danny assumes that “Eva the Diva” is a spoiled rich girl who doesn’t share his passion for food. But when the two meet up again in an elevator—alone—they share more than just passion. They share a kiss hot enough to start a kitchen fire—and they’re hungry for more. To indulge their new secret craving, Eva and Danny have to break every rule in the cookbook. But—like chocolate and caramel—some ingredients are are so sinfully good together, one scrumptious bite is never enough...
Format: mass market paperback
Publish date: November 29th 2011
Publisher: St. Martin's Paperbacks
Pages no: 347
Edition language: English
Food And Drink
, Adult Fiction
, Erotic Romance
, Contemporary Romance
, Womens Fiction
, Chick Lit
Series: Rising Star Chef (#2)
24/09 - I love cooking and I love cooking shows, both American and British, but mostly British. The cooking competition seems to be Top Chef under another name with familiar sounding teams, challenges, running around a supermarket and lots of idiotic backstabbing and clique-forming.The early scenes...
4.5 stars - review coming soon.
I'm liking this series set during a big cooking competition. Danny & Eva had some nice chemistry in the first book and that continues here. As in the first book, there's also focus on the competition, the teamwork and friendship of the team, the secondary romance continuing between Kane & Claire a...
I am liking this series so far. Again, I love how Edwards uses food descriptions as metaphors and similes. "Soft and sticky like brioche dough." I can relate to that statement because I've worked with brioche dough. Although after you've added the butter, that shit is greasy, too. /tangent I just li...
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