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Posted September 16, 2013
And I actually like Cerise DeLand, will continue to purchase the books. But I've NO clue what this is!! It made NO sense AT ALL... there is no erotica and it is in NO way worth 4 bucks..... WOW!!Was this review helpful? Yes NoThank you for your feedback. Report this reviewThank you, this review has been flagged.
Posted August 21, 2013
What an intriguing story, I didn’t figure it out until close to the end.
Bess applies to be Lord Taryn Wentworth’s cook, but they aren’t strangers to each other. She was hoping to be able to reconnect with him and holy double entendre’s batman loved that scene when he was interviewing her. She provides a delightful breakfast the next day, not only for him but for his butler and footman, who incidentally get to share some of those delights. That table was used for more than eating, a cooks job is never done until she has seen to their pleasure. Wentworth comes to the rescue her to restore her heritage, when she was badly treated by her greedy relatives.
Truly enjoyed their happy ending, I’m a sucker for lines like when she says that the hope of seeing him again kept her alive!