Kisses To Go [NOOK Book]

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She's Always Losing Her Heart. . .

If the way to a man's heart is through his stomach, why is chef Abby Porter still sleeping alone? Yes, she likes getting paid to whip up goodies in a well-equipped kitchen, but she would love to get into a good relationship with a well-equipped guy who won't break her ...
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Kisses To Go

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Overview

She's Always Losing Her Heart. . .

If the way to a man's heart is through his stomach, why is chef Abby Porter still sleeping alone? Yes, she likes getting paid to whip up goodies in a well-equipped kitchen, but she would love to get into a good relationship with a well-equipped guy who won't break her heart. Hang on. . .who's the tall, sexy man with the accent?

He's Never Misplaced His. . .

A newly minted earl like Ian Wincott has more important things to do than get overly acquainted with a mere cook. And Abby Porter is from. . .New Jersey. That alone makes his blue blood run cold, although he will admit that Abby is pretty. And amusing. Which must be why she attracts so much attention. How terribly American of her to enjoy it. Could it be that he is jealous? Or in love?

"What a treat!" --New York Times bestselling author MaryJanice Davidson on Glory Days

Irene Peterson is a true Jersey girl, having lived in the central part of the state all her life. Her fondest memories are of spending summers on the shore. She even met her future husband on the boardwalk at Seaside Heights. After earning a B.A. in English and history from Montclair State, Irene went on to teach in area schools before marrying her handsome Viking. They have two terrific daughters and continue to walk the boards at Seaside at least twice a year.
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781420129281
  • Publisher: Kensington
  • Publication date: 3/1/2007
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • Pages: 320
  • Sales rank: 1,102,937
  • File size: 543 KB

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  • Anonymous

    Posted March 11, 2007

    As Real as it GETS!

    Kisses to Go is a fantastic follow-up to Irene's Peterson's debut novel, Glory Days. It's different, and outstandingly so. Glory Days is a women's fiction story with romantic elements while Kisses to Go is most definitely a romance. And it's a fantastic romance! As Abby says somewhere in the book, every girl dreams of growing up and becoming a princess. She just didn't think it could ever happen to her. Abigail Porter has the worst luck. With men. Occupations. Money. After seeing her long-time love with another women - and I mean WITH another woman - atop Abby's table, well! There's only one thing Abby can think to do about it! Without one backward thought, she takes the wonderful vacation for two that she'd pre-paid for - by herself. And what a vacation! A stay at the Earl of Wincott's ancestral estate along with being shown the sights of England! Wow. I about died when I realized Abby had actually undertaken this trip with only what she wore and a slinky black dress that was matched with heels that were 'held on by magic' to quote the earl. And what an earl! Oh my. Irene Peterson has given hunk a whole new meaning. The guy is gorgeous, and when she describes him in ancestral armor with a sword no less! With hair that grazes his shoulders and bare legs? Well! I was more than hooked! This earl starts out as Abby's unwelcoming seat partner aboard the flight to the UK, and ends up being every woman's dream man. Can a Yank who can cook crack this earl's priggish facade? oh my! Does she ever! From the opening sequence atop a transvestite's shoulders to the fantastic ending, you're going to enjoy every moment of Kisses To Go. I can't wait to see what Ms. Peterson dishes up next!

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  • Posted July 14, 2011

    Very cute read!!!

    I loved this book, the characters were fun and well developed and the story kept me very entertained. I hope she writes more books because I can't wait to read them!!!

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  • Posted March 29, 2009

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    I loved this book

    I got this book at a thrift store for like 50 cents and I thought just buy the cover and how cheap it was that it was going to be so unoriginal and borring, but I was so wrong. It is a great book that lets you escape into its fantasy. I just love Abby, her charachter was strong, sassy, and adventurous. I would have paid full price and then some for this book. I would recommend to all the chick lit lovers out there. A+

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