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A Kitchen Affair
     

A Kitchen Affair

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by Carol Preflatish
 

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Special edition, now with a recipe at the end of each chapter.
When culinary student Jenny Marshall struggles to pay her tuition, she decides to become a Personal Chef to make ends meet. The most eligible bachelor in town, Derek James, happens to also be a millionaire and he has a crisis. Two days before his Thanksgiving dinner party, his cook has to quit due to a

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Special edition, now with a recipe at the end of each chapter.
When culinary student Jenny Marshall struggles to pay her tuition, she decides to become a Personal Chef to make ends meet. The most eligible bachelor in town, Derek James, happens to also be a millionaire and he has a crisis. Two days before his Thanksgiving dinner party, his cook has to quit due to a family emergency. Desperate, he hires Jenny to cook for his party and there's chemistry from the start. He likes her, she likes him, but a manager at his company has set her sights on Derek and does everything she can to sabotage the relationship. Everyone thinks Colleen is the perfect match for Derek; everyone that is, except Derek. He desperately wants Jenny in his life. However, Colleen has other plans to keep that from happening. What lengths will she go to in order to keep Derek and Jenny apart?

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9780692562024
Publisher:
Carol Preflatish
Publication date:
01/15/2013
Pages:
196
Product dimensions:
6.00(w) x 9.00(h) x 0.45(d)

Meet the Author

Carol Preflatish's interest in writing began in high school when she worked as a reporter, photographer, and sport's editor for the school newspaper. Publications include several romantic suspense novels, two non-fiction books, and a planned police procedural mystery series. An avid photographer, she has had many photos published in her local newspaper, as well as in Golf Journal, the official publication of the United States Golf Association. Carol is a member of the Sisters in Crime organization and Kentuckiana Authors. She lives in southern Indiana and shares a log cabin with her husband and two cats in what seems like an enchanted forest with a menagerie of wildlife constantly visiting.

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A Kitchen Affair 4 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 2 reviews.
Romancelover5 More than 1 year ago
I love the premise behind this book, the young culinary school student and the sexy millionaire meeting over catering. The discussions of food were fun and mouth-watering. The jealous, fancy “upper crust” women who looked down on the lowly chef were pure evil. I liked the conflict but I kept wanting to give the hero and the heroine a thump in the head to make them get together faster. The tension in the book and the charm of the leads kept me turning the pages and looking forward to stealing time away from my own writing so I could finish this story!
RtBBlog More than 1 year ago
Reviewed by Molly Review originally posted on Romancing the Book Book provided by the publisher for review Carol Preflatish is a new to me author and one that certainly has caught my attention with this book! I love a good romance, one that has characters that jump off the page, a plot that will hold my attention through out the story and an ending that will leave you wanting more. Ms. Preflatish’s book has all that and so much more! From start to finish, I was completely engrossed, and cheering for some pretty amazing characters! Derek’s character was charming. I loved him from the start. He was sweet, handsome and witty. The realness of his character was amazing and so many times through out the story I felt like I was right next to him, wanting to cook for him and help him out! For an author to create a character like that, that’s awesome and definitely what I look for in a well written novel! Jenny’s character was also well created. She really popped through the story and I felt my self cheering her on more than once when it came to her career and her romance. She was super sweet and lively. I was definitely taken with her character. Ellen, Derek’s sister, and Colleen, Derek’s new manager, really left a lot to be desired…..I wasn’t impressed with either of them. But, despite that, it didn’t take away from the story at all. They were playing their part in the story, and that’s what keeps me from disliking it. Definitely well created “villainous” characters! All in all, this story is a lovely one, and one that I would recommend to everyone. It’s got laughs, twists, and romance. What more could you want in a story? If you are looking for a new read by a talented author, I highly recommend KITCHEN AFFAIR. It’s deliciously romantic and heart capturing, for sure! Well done, Ms. Preflatish!