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What Love Tastes Like
     

What Love Tastes Like

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by Zuri Day
 

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Zuri Day heats it up in this deliciously sexy tale about lust, trust, seduction—and other dishes best served sizzling . . .

Burned by an unhappy childhood, Tiffany Matthews plays life safe. So she never saw wealthy businessman Dominick Rollins—or their wildly-sensual European encounter—coming. But now that she's landed a sous chef job at

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What Love Tastes Like 4.2 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 47 reviews.
aambcreviews More than 1 year ago
What Love Tastes Like touches all boundaries when it comes to love, trust, and having a broken heart. I believe we all have made the mistake of weighing our past on our future in a negative way. It is something hard to get over having a broken heart and to love again especially when the one who let you downn is your own father. The main character Tiffany deals with a absentee father and who blindly builds a wall around his daughters heart. After being let down time and time again from her father Tiffany develops a lack of trust in men. This facts threatens the one true relationship with Nick who finds Tiffany attractive and addictive. With the many broken promises in her life Tiffany took it upon herself to follow her dream of becoming a top shelf chef. But in the end ask yourself this does a dollar bill come visit you on your death bed? Will these characters follow their careers and let their past ruin their future? Or will they allow love to prevail and finally get to know what love taste like? This was absolutely my most favorite by Zuri Day. I say that about most of her books. But she outdone her self on this one and kept me hungry for food in the process. This book is defiantly top shelf. Tamika Newhouse AAMBC Reviewer
LadyHawkReads More than 1 year ago
After having her purse stolen upon arrival in Rome, sous chef Tiffany Matthews never thought the handsome man she saw on the flight over would come to her rescue. Dominick "Nick" Rollins is strictly a "business is business and pleasure is pleasure" type of guy that never mixes the two; that is until he meets Tiffany, who also ends up working in one of his restaurants. With great mouth watering meals prepared by Tiffanny and a "didn't-see-that-coming" surprise involving Nick's former girlfriend and Tiffany's father, Zuri Day has provided us with another great read AGAIN.
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I love it
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Can not get into this book...it was not a easy read to me.
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Stephanie Humphrey More than 1 year ago
This book was nothing short of amazing. Ms. Day's writing style is fun and refreshing. This book was just an overall pleasure to read. The story is heart warming hence the fact that it is considered a romance novel, and even still it goes above and beyond that title. I have read it twice and second time around was just as great. Do yourself a favor and read it already!
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