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Some Like It Hot

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  • Posted March 3, 2012

    Great Read!

    This is the third book of this series and I was very happy with all three. Danny is a very sweet guy and I am very happy he got his on book. Make sure to check out the first two books first so you can see how Danny grows and falls in love.

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  • Posted February 18, 2012

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    HOT men that can cook both in and out of the kitchen

    What’s not to like? HOT men that can cook both in and out of the kitchen. In this the second Rising Star Chef book Danny gets his girl, Claire is still having man problems, Wilson and Drew are on again / off again and we learn a lot more about Beck. Can probably be read as a stand-alone but is so much more fun with the back story provided by the first book Too Hot To Touch (Rising Star Chef #1). Hot Under Pressure (Rising Star Chef #3) is already on my wish list.

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  • Posted February 11, 2012

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    Still liking this series...

    My Review:
    Overall, I enjoyed this book. It was entertaining. It was engaging. I didn't want to put it down. But for some reason, this book just didn't have the normal "umph" that makes me normally fall in love with Louisa's books. The bad thing is...I have no idea why...maybe my hormones were out of whack when I read it?! I don't know, because I really wanted to love it. There just seemed to be too many things happening and not enough focus on the feelings between Danny & Eva.

    What I did enjoy about this book was simply the food competition. I've watched tons of food challenges on the food networks and it's fun to see a fictionalized behind-the-scenes action that goes into it. I also really enjoyed all the character interactions. These characters in these books are so real and full of life. I talked about the various characters on my review of the first book, Too Hot to Touch, so I am not going to mention them all again, besides to say that I really like them and the variety of personalities that add so much to these books.

    While I can't say that I loved this book quite as much as the others, it was still really good. I loved the competition. The friendships. The family issues between Max & Danny. The ongoing additional romance between Kane & Claire. The mystery about Skye & Beck. Win's gossiping. The differences between the teams. There is a lot going on in this book and all of it makes for good reading. I can't wait for the final book in this series!

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  • Anonymous

    Posted December 7, 2011

    Good story, you'll like the characters

    I enjoyed this second story about Danny. Big brother Max was in this story although he was the main character in the first story. Not too much with him or his sweetie Jules.

    I liked the Danny-Eve plot. Danny is a really nice guy. I was rooting for him and enjoyed the secondary stories in the book. (Kane and Claire continuing from the first book and the other chefs on the team). The food competition plot just isn't working much for me.

    I guess I have a problem with a pastry chef being seriously ripped like the cover model. Pehaps cake flour comes in 40 lb bags?

    Enjoyable read, tasteful and steamy.

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