The Saucy Minx [NOOK Book]

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With a touch of the magic that gives his recipes a culinary kick, Jack Killian has been running his restaurant, the Saucy Minx, for nearly a decade—almost as long as there’s been a spell out there promising to knock him off his feet should he ever meet the other half of his whole. Each day Jack delights his clientele by magically imbuing his food with taste and emotion, even as he slowly loses hope that the man of his dreams even exists.

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The Saucy Minx

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Overview

With a touch of the magic that gives his recipes a culinary kick, Jack Killian has been running his restaurant, the Saucy Minx, for nearly a decade—almost as long as there’s been a spell out there promising to knock him off his feet should he ever meet the other half of his whole. Each day Jack delights his clientele by magically imbuing his food with taste and emotion, even as he slowly loses hope that the man of his dreams even exists.

But when he hires a new dessert manager, his whole life turns upside-down, because his dream man does exist—and he just strolled into the restaurant on someone else’s arm. While conducting business as usual, Jack struggles through what it means when destiny hands you the perfect man on a platter you’re not allowed to touch.
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Product Details

  • BN ID: 2940148207122
  • Publisher: Dreamspinner Press
  • Publication date: 1/29/2014
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • Sales rank: 351,486
  • File size: 478 KB

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  • Posted May 31, 2014

    Review posted on Books on Silver Wings blog. Andrew runs a rest

    Review posted on Books on Silver Wings blog.

    Andrew runs a restaurant, The Saucy Minx, and Jack is the chef who specializes in magicked dishes. Ten years ago, Andrew and
    Jack cast a spell to find their soul mates but haven't found them yet. They hired a new dessert specialist, Nick, who can revitalize
    food to their freshness. Nick's boyfriend, Richard, brings his friends, Grant and Chris, from overseas. At first glance, Grant is meant to
    be with Andrew and Chris is Jack's soul mate, but Grant and Chris are dating each other. Andrew and Jack are crashed but all hope is
    not lost for them. 

    It is difficult for me to focus on the main couple (Jack and Chris) when there's a total of three in this story. In general, I think the pace is
    too fast. I don't have enough time to develop a connection to each main character and fully digest what struggles they went through.
    There's not enough back story for the main characters for them to be fully developed and to leave a deeper impression. The romance
    is very much love at first sight. 

    Having said that, the romance part of the story is very cute. I love the interesting idea of modern witches using magic in food. It's a way
    to continue their practice, be subtle, avoid detection, and charge people thousands for a "special dish." I especially love the food
    descriptions (although there weren't many) and the use of a little magic to make the meals one-of-a-kind. Yummy.

    Overall, this is a very cute story that leaves a fluffy feeling afterwards. I would recommend this for paranormal fans that want a fluff story. 

    *review copy received in exchange for an honest review*

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  • Anonymous

    Posted March 24, 2014

    Omg

    The guy on the cover is sexy

    0 out of 1 people found this review helpful.

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