Recipe for Magicby KRISTEN PAINTER
When Texas-born Manhattan chef and notorious playboy Kelly Spicer realizes his recently widowed sister needs help, he turns to the most dangerous answer he knows: sorcery. Using the magic cookbook passed down through his family's generations, Kelly conjures up a recipe of chocolate-laced persuasion
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*Previously title THE PERFECT DISH and COWBOY IN THE KITCHEN*
When Texas-born Manhattan chef and notorious playboy Kelly Spicer realizes his recently widowed sister needs help, he turns to the most dangerous answer he knows: sorcery. Using the magic cookbook passed down through his family's generations, Kelly conjures up a recipe of chocolate-laced persuasion to enlist the only woman he thinks can pull his sister out of her grief.
That woman is Mery Black, grief counselor to the stars, who secretly thinks she's a jinx when it comes to men and love. When she lets that secret slip, her latest book deal gets canceled. Dating Kelly suddenly becomes the antidote to her damaged public persona. She vows she won't fall in love again, but little does she know she's about to do even more damage.
To his heart.
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Meet the Author
When the characters in Kristen Painter's head started to take over, she decided to exorcise them onto paper and share them with the world. She writes paranormal romance and has the first of three books in her gothic fantasy vampire series, Blood Rights, coming from Orbit in fall 2011. She has also been published in non-fiction, poetry and short stories.
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This story as a 3 - just from the fact that an automatic spell checker was used and not a human which left wording errors but the story was too good.
The Perfect Dish is a mouthwatering romp between a gorgeous young Chef, Kelly Spicer, and an uptight psychologist, Meredith Black. It's Iron Chef meets Dr Phil in the best possible way. The chemistry between the main characters is smokin', the banter is hilarious and the recipes mouth watering. This is a light-hearted, fun book, guaranteed to make you feel better than munching on a box of hand-made chocolates. I hope the author, Kristen Painter, considers writing Chef Kelly's cookbook sometime in the near future. I'd love to add that to my library too.