Turn Up the Heat
Publish date: July 6th 2012
Publisher: The Wild Rose Press
Pages no: 113
Edition language: English
Turn Up the Heat is a great, appropriate title for this story. The pot simmers on smoldering embers for an almost intolerable length of time.Mackenzie Jarvis is a restaurant owner from a farming community in Wyoming. She's made it through to the final of a TV reality chefs' show, and falls madly in ...
I really enjoyed the relationship between country restaurant owner Mackenzie Jarvis and reality show host Gina Voto. As different as they appeared to be, their romance was searing. As short as the story was, it touched on a lot in terms of plot, making it more than just a wham-bam sexual tale.
I did enjoy this, but it wasn't brilliant. The characters were quite well rounded and they felt realistic, but sometimes their reactions seemed a bit 'off'.The sexy stuff was pretty hot, but I didn't take too well to the use of the word 'creamed' that to me seemed more vulgar than the C bomb, which ...
I would classify this as a fluffy beach read. The "romance" aspect offers is just enough cover allowing the reader to let go of any potential guilt that might arise from reading the sex scenes.
Mackenzie Jarvis has never slept with a woman. So why has she fallen madly in lust with Gina Volto, host of the reality cooking show Mackenzie is competing in? Mackenzie's wild desire to live out her fantasy, battles with her conservative Wyoming values. Then Gina pours on the seduction, Mackenzie r...