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Stir until Thoroughly Confused (Toronto Series #4)
     

Stir until Thoroughly Confused (Toronto Series #4)

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by Heather Wardell
 

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Mary's given up everything, including an unsatisfying marriage, to become a chef. But the career comes with a side dish: Kegan, her sexy but controlling new boss.

They're soon in a relationship, and in all-too-frequent arguments, and when it becomes clear they can't work together and be together Mary faces a dilemma: keep her dream job or her dream

Overview

Mary's given up everything, including an unsatisfying marriage, to become a chef. But the career comes with a side dish: Kegan, her sexy but controlling new boss.

They're soon in a relationship, and in all-too-frequent arguments, and when it becomes clear they can't work together and be together Mary faces a dilemma: keep her dream job or her dream man?

Product Details

BN ID:
2940011169632
Publisher:
Heather Wardell
Publication date:
12/23/2010
Series:
Toronto Collection Series , #4
Sold by:
Smashwords
Format:
NOOK Book
Sales rank:
819,222
File size:
362 KB
Age Range:
18 Years

Meet the Author

Growing up, I was an avid (rabid?) reader. I am a natural speed reader, regularly clocked at about 1200 wpm (I read Harry Potter 5 in just under three hours), and always have several books on the go and many more in e-book form on my Palm handheld.

I have always made up stories in my head, but never really thought I would be a writer. Instead, I intended to be a high school music teacher. I was sidetracked by my enjoyment of my psychology courses in university, and ended up with a psychology degree with a concentration in computer science.

This took me to a major Canadian bank as a software developer. I stayed there for just over three years, and then went back to school to become an elementary school teacher. After four years of fun teaching elementary school computer science, I took up the National Novel Writing Month challenge and attempted to write a novel in a month.

I succeeded, and the first draft of "Life, Love, and a Polar Bear Tattoo" was the result. I realized I love writing. I left teaching, and I haven't looked back since!

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Stir Until Thoroughly Confused 4.3 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 86 reviews.
amanda erickson More than 1 year ago
They have some ofbthe same characters but if you read this one first it will kinda ruin Go Small Or Go Home
JL14 More than 1 year ago
This is the second book by Heather Wardell which I downloaded free just to try. I was pleased to read this book with characters from Polar Bear tattoo. She writes so well and simply which makes it believable and enjoyable. I will definitely look for more of her books.
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Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Have read severaland going to look for moe. They are a great read to relax with ar night. Love them!
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I have recently become a fan of this author. I feel like part of this "family" and love how she drops subtle comments of characters in earlier books.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I have read previous books by this author and appreciate the characters and how perseverance is exhibited. It is real in any business.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Love this book, very fast read and really good !!! Love everything I have read by this author
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
very good story of two careers that hit it off but then collide. Loved the further adventure of one of my favorite Heather characters, Keegan
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Held my interest the entire time. Great read.
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KelliN More than 1 year ago
I've read and loved all of Heather Wardell's books: Life, Love and a Polar Bear Tatoo, Planning to Live, Go Small or Go Home, and Seven Exes are Eight Too Many. Her women's fiction features strong, independent women who are trying to balance a career, love, and the fulfillment of their personal dreams. Wardell's book are romantic without being smutty, something that I really appreciate. Once I start one of her books, I just cannot stop until I've finished it. It doesn't matter what I have going on, I'm going to sit and read until I finish the book---I have yet to make one of Wardell's books last more than one day. Stir Until Thoroughly Confused features one of my favorite characters from Wardell's previous books: Kegan the sexy restaurant owner. I've always wondered if Kegan got his happily ever after, especially after his heartbreak in Life, Love and a Polar Bear Tatoo, so I was thrilled when I learned Kegan got his own book. If you're new to Heather Wardell's writing, don't start with this book. It contains cameo appearances by several main characters from her previous books. You'll ruin the ends of several of her other books if you read this one first. This book is a first person narrative (my favorite) with Mary the self-taught chef as our narrator. She is looking for a job and wants to work at Kegan's new restaurant, Magma. Mary has an indomitable spirit which I really admire. Wardell writes her characters so well that I can easily imagine myself feeling what her characters feel. The book follows Mary in her new career, especially the ups and downs with her new boss. She's forced into a major decision at the end of the book, and that conflict resolution left me guessing the entire time. I loved the way Wardell develops her characters, especially the way they grow throughout the story. If you like women's fiction, romance, or you're just looking for an emotional read, I would definitely recommend Heather Wardell's books. They are excellent!
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I truly enjoyed this book. It is a well-written romance with a plot that flows amazingly well, and I fell in love with the characters. I hated having to put it down!
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Another great page turner.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
a little wordy but a good story.
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