A Little Hanky-Panky [NOOK Book]

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A short story of 14,000 words.
They have a history without ever having said a word. Hard to do in a small town like Willowdale. Now after years of avoiding each other, Brad and Jeanne are competing for the same chef position, and they’re cooking up more than great food. They just might have the recipe for romance. Unless it’s just a ploy so Brad can win the job…
This is the second short story in Lisa's Willowdale romance series. You might ...
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A Little Hanky-Panky

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Overview

A short story of 14,000 words.
They have a history without ever having said a word. Hard to do in a small town like Willowdale. Now after years of avoiding each other, Brad and Jeanne are competing for the same chef position, and they’re cooking up more than great food. They just might have the recipe for romance. Unless it’s just a ploy so Brad can win the job…
This is the second short story in Lisa's Willowdale romance series. You might like story #1, "A Fine How-De-Do," and #3, "A Perfect Setup." Lisa's first Willowdale novel, No Foolin', is now available. Check out her Flirts! short story collections, too.
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Meet the Author

Lisa Scott is a former TV news anchor who now enjoys making up stories instead of sticking to the facts. She's worked in Bangor, ME, Rochester, NY and Buffalo, NY. She lives in upstate NY with her husband, two children, dog, cat, and koi fish. When not writing, she works as a voice actor, narrating everything from children's books to corporate tutorials.
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  • Posted August 24, 2013

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    A Little Hanky Panky - Story 2 from The Willowdale Romance Colle

    A Little Hanky Panky - Story 2 from The Willowdale Romance Collection by Lisa Scott
    Jeanne Clark is in the market for a new chef job after tiring of the seniors complaints where she worked serving their meals. When she applies at Willowdale’s one and only hotspot, The Hideaway, she finds there is competition for the job. Brad Larsen. The handsome hunk she hasn’t spoken to since grade school and now they have to work together while competing for the same job. Jeanne and Brad’s story continues in the full novel; Man of the Month.

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