The Way to a Hero's Heart...
Fiery, workaholic Lily Redman is sure of two things: that she knows good food and that she always gets what she wants. And what she wants more than anything is to make a success of her new American TV show, Celebrity Chef Swap without the help of her cheating ex-fiancé and producer, Patrick O'Brien. So when she arrives in Cornwall, she's determined to do just that.
Kenan Rowse is definitely not looking for love. Back from a stint in Afghanistan and recovering from a messy divorce and an even messier past, the last thing he needs is another complication. So when he lands a temporary job as Luscious Lily's driver, he's none too pleased to find that they can't keep their hands off each other!
But trudging around Cornish farms, knee deep in mud and meetings with egotistical chefs was never going to be the perfect recipe for love—was it? And Lily could never fall for a man so disinterested in food—could she?
Cute and fun and with a bit of drama in it.
Lily is a chef and is always on the go. She loves food, she loves her job and to her cooking is relaxing so I can't fault a woman for doing what she loves. Even if she could sit down and smell the roses now and then ;)
Kenan has issues. Trauma from his tours in Afghanistan, and unresolved conflicts with his ex.wife. He is a nice man, but does not say much.
Which means we have whirlwind meets stone. And she will break through that shell and they will slowly fall for each other.
Then we have the drama part that are from both their pasts and brings so something new into the mix. I can not tell you more...
The book felt cute and I cheered for them.
Sure it's cute, but maybe too cute?
Paperback, 336 pages
Expected publication: May 2014 by Choc Lit
That sounds cute!ReplyDelete
Oh this does sound delightful :)ReplyDelete
That it wasDelete
Sounds like a great book!ReplyDelete
Sounds cute, if his issues aren't too heavy.ReplyDelete
Not too heavyDelete
Too cute on the cover. :)ReplyDelete
This does sound cute! I think I would really enjoy this between heavier reads. :-)ReplyDelete
Sounds like a fun little chick lit read.ReplyDelete
It was more than chic lit thoughDelete
I love the cover it made me smile and this sounds sweet and fun :)ReplyDelete
And it makes me wanna bakeDelete
This sounds really good. I love the cutsie type covers.ReplyDelete
I do like the cutsie books (though I think I can see up her skirt! Heh.).ReplyDelete
LOL! It is rather shortDelete
I love a good chick lit every now and then and, add food into it, and I'm sold! ;)ReplyDelete
Hihi, I love food in books tooDelete
Hmm I might have to try this one. I love foodie romances and slightly damaged heroes. Totally would have skipped over the cover though.ReplyDelete
It's a bit too cuteDelete
This sounds SO cute. And I love that doubly cute cover!ReplyDelete
Books about people who like to cook/eat always make me hungry. This sounds just like one of those. :)ReplyDelete
I agree. Maybe a bit too cute, but still... sometimes that's just what you want, no? :)ReplyDelete
I do love cuteDelete
Oh it sounds nice and I love the cover, so cute!ReplyDelete
oh I love a good chick lit! so adding this.ReplyDelete
I have a love/hate relationship with love/food romances, I enjoy the love part but I hate how it always makes me crave for foodReplyDelete
LOL! Same here, and now I want to bake, but I really should go to bed insteadDelete
It does sound like a super cute chick lit book.ReplyDelete
Cute definitely sounds the word!ReplyDelete
This sounds like something I would like! Thanks for the review! That cover would attract me enough to pick up the book, so I guess it is a good one!ReplyDelete
That's good :D And that is what a cover should doDelete
This does look really cute! Will def put on my chick lit list ;)ReplyDelete
Yum.....food is the way to my heart too. hahahaha.ReplyDelete
Sounds like a super cute read!
Awww chocolate, that is the way to my heartDelete
I like the sound of this one. Adding it to my GR list!ReplyDelete
Great review B, adding this one to my wishlist. With my current addiction to Masterchef Australia, this is right up my alley.ReplyDelete