A Feast of You (The Epicurean Series #3)

A Feast of You (The Epicurean Series #3)

by Sorcha Grace

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Overview

The love affair between beautiful food photographer Catherine Kelly and billionaire gourmand William Lambourne is now a full-course meal...

Cat and William have had the right recipe for mind-blowing passion from the very start, and now their whirlwind romance has gotten serious. They're practically living together, and sharing William's luxury Chicago penthouse is even more delicious than Cat could ever have imagined. But life in William's mansion in the sky quickly becomes complicated. Demons from his past are back and they want to harm what's most precious to him: Cat. He'll do anything in his power to protect the woman he loves, even hiring an elite security team. Cat loves that William wants to keep her safe, but she's not used to being a target—or being so dependent. And then there's her new boss, Hutch Morrison, the ex-rockstar-turned-world-renowned-chef, who stirs up another kind of trouble. Cat and William may be a perfect pairing, but when dangerous forces threaten to tear them apart, it will take more than just their undeniable chemistry—and their insatiable appetites—to survive it.

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781682302071
Publisher: EverAfter Romance
Publication date: 12/10/2014
Series: Epicurean Series , #3
Pages: 410
Product dimensions: 8.90(w) x 5.90(h) x 1.20(d)

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A FEAST OF YOU

Chicago looked like it had snowed pink and red. I’d never liked Valentine’s Day—men wearing silly red socks with hearts on them, the cheap drugstore candy, the ridiculous cards—but I had to admit, this year I didn’t mind it so much. Sure, all the hearts and cupids and over-the-top, once-a-year expressions of love were still kind of lame, but I was looking forward to celebrating in a few hours with William. Maybe that’s why it seemed so fitting that I was on my way to Willowgrass. Chicago’s hottest new restaurant was where it had all began for William and me. Just five or so weeks ago—had it really only been that long?—I’d tripped outside the restaurant as I’d left a meeting. Who would have thought my clumsiness would set just about everything in my life on a totally new course? I couldn’t have predicted, much less imagined, where I’d be today. Or who I’d be with.

Stormy Eyes.

I remembered looking up at him as I’d scrambled to pick up the contents of my bag that had spilled all over the uneven patch of sidewalk when I tripped. Taking in his thick, wavy bedroom hair; his chiseled features; his eyes that seemed to change from smoky grey to vivid blue. He was the most beautiful man I’ve ever seen, and the entire package had just about rendered me speechless that first night. And now Stormy Eyes—William Maddox Lambourne—was all mine. I couldn’t help but smile at that thought.

Mine.

The setting sun glinted off the windows of Willowgrass as the car came to a halt in front of the restaurant, and I allowed my gaze to drift up to the burnished W on the sign. It looked the same as the first time I saw it, even though so many things in my life were different now. Take, for example, my ride. The first time I’d arrived in a cab with Beckett. This time, I was sitting in the backseat of a very large, chauffeured, black Mercedes sedan. I wasn’t accompanied by my best friend, but by a private security officer who was my constant shadow.

Asa Singer was a member of William’s security team, and like the others William employed, Asa was a cross between commando and linebacker. I could see Asa’s reflection in the restaurant’s windows as we got out of the car. He was about six foot five, olive-skinned, and handsome. He was also built like a Mac truck and incredibly imposing in his Men in Black suit, which strained across his chest and huge shoulders. The guy looked lethal, which was exactly what William had been going for when he’d assigned Asa to me, I was sure.

Asa was friendlier than some of the other guys on the security team, which was to say he actually answered my questions instead of sitting in stoic silence when we were together. He’d told me he’d served in the Israeli Special Forces before turning to private security work. I knew he carried a weapon, but looking at him now, I wondered where he kept it holstered. Hopefully I’d never have to find out.

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A Feast of You 4 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 6 reviews.
RileyMommy More than 1 year ago
Decided to wait til this last boom came out to leave a comment regarding the series. After the finishing this book i was immedietly annyoed and frustrated. First the story just kind of ends. He comes and then says a few pretty words and everything is forgiven. Plus it ends without even ending. It feels like theres going to be more but then theres no notes from the author saying shes continuing. Like i said annoyed and frustrated. Not lets move onto my biggest problem with his entire series. Cat or Catherine as William calls her. Shes unlikeable, annoying, whiny, selfish, uncaring, conceited, and doesnt have any chemistry with the alpha male William. I love William and the more i fell in love with him the more i hated her. Her inner monologue was ridiculous. One minute she was crazy absolutely in love with William but then the next shes missing and wanting her husband or shes flirting and thinking about another man. Shes just so far from likeable but the author wants you to believe every man in the book wants only her. The story flow could of been better as well. It was too all over the place and she never really fully had the characters have a true real converasation. Plus there were too many times where the author jumped ahead. It would be hours ahead sometimes and then other it would be days and usually it was after something big or important happened. I never felt like anything was resolved. At the end i had more questions then answers which just left me frustrated. Definitely not worth the $9-10 you spend on the series 
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RtBBlog More than 1 year ago
Reviewed by Angela Book provided by the author for review Review originally posted at Romancing the Book A Feast of You is the third book in the Epicurean Series. This is the first book in the series that I have read and I have to say that the books can be read as a stand alone but would recommend to read them in order to get the most out of the story. I think that there is some back story that I didn’t get by not reading the first two in the series. In this book we follow Catherine and William in their journey of their new relationship. The story is told from their point of view and as with most stories this truly lets you see into the depths of the characters. The growth that they go through along with the drama and hard times in their relationship. The story is very detailed in the surroundings and in explaining their feelings about what is going on in their minds and their relationship. The plot of the story was clear from the beginning. The mystery to it was trying to decide who the “bad guy” was and why they were causing the problems that they were. At times it was a little slow with the story line but in the end the author brought it back around. Be warned that this book does end in a bit of a cliff hanger. All and all it was a good story and I look forward to reading the next book in the series. I give this book a 4 rose rating. Favorite Quote: “I love that you want to protect me, William. I understand that’s what you’re doing, but you can’t keep me locked up in your tall tower. That’s not realistic for either of us. But I promise we will figure this out. We’ll work out a solution acceptable to both of us, A compromise. But I know this, I am not giving up my work. I can’t.”
Cherryreads More than 1 year ago
A Feast of You is book 3 of Sorcha Grace’s Epicurean Series. I have enjoyed all three books, but this one was a little better than book two. In this book we find that William and Catherine’s relationship is really put through the test. In this story Catherine has learned to trust William and her feelings for him, but all is not roses and sunshine. In the previous installment we find out that there is a threat against William and they are trying to get to him through Catherine. William on the other hand is a man trying to hold everything together and fears losing it all, especially Catherine. I enjoyed reading this book, though it was a little slow in the beginning. As with the others food plays a major role in this story as well. I always get hungry reading this book. The dynamic between the two characters are still intriguing and the author has introduced some new characters that I am sure we will read about in another book. I do not want to spoil anything, but at the end of this story you will be saying to yourself “Noooooo, wait I need to know what happens next. I hope that the author doesn’t keep us waiting too long for the next in the series.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I love this series. I hated waiting so long for the third book and had to read the first two again to refresh my memory before I read this one, but it was worth the wait. Unlike the previous reviewer, I loved the characters and think they had amazing chemistry (smoking!) I would have loved an epilogue, but am keeping my fingers crossed that this author will give us at least one more installment of this series. Absolutely recommend to anyone that loves a steamy romance.
fabulousme More than 1 year ago
This book was awesome! I love William and Cat. If you have not read the other 2 please do you won't be disappointed! Sorcha Grace is an amazing Author! I wanted more ending but it was still a great read!