Consumed

Consumed

by Teri Bayus

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Overview

Consumed is an erotic culinary adventure.

When Nadailia opens up her new farm-to-table bistro and hires Chef Dylan, she had no idea that she would be seduced not only by his food, but also ultimately lose herself in his hunger.

The wife of a cold billionaire has its challenges. Nadailia has created and succeeded in many restaurants financed by her husband's money. She has never known real passion until the young chef Dylan comes into her world. Chef's decency keeps them from realizing the true feelings they freely express to each other through word play and food. When her husband dies, it is time to see if this is real love or just lust.

Consumed is a tale of delectable meals shared, exciting romance, and erotic play. Follow their passion through luxury feasts and the stimulating world of fine dinning and wine.

Hunger never tasted this delicious.

Product Details

BN ID: 2940150933354
Publisher: Siafu
Publication date: 10/09/2015
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
File size: 1 MB

About the Author

Teri Bayus is a Business Owner, Author, Teacher, Food and Film Columnist, and Keynote Speaker. Selling her first screenplay in 2000, she has finished several novels, but Consumed will be the first published. Along with a weekly column in the Tolosa Press, which she has been writing since 2001, she writes for regional travel magazines and blogs about her culinary adventures. She teaches creative writing classes at the local colleges, as guiding new writer’s gives her enormous gratification.

She started her adult live by leaving college and joining the circus. She is currently the Host of the TV Travel/Chef show – Taste Buds (which can be seen on Central Coast Now) and is the Director of the Central Coast Writer’s Conference (www.centralcoastwritersconfernce.com).

Her greatest joy is spending time with her grandchildren where she learns daily that the mind of a child is an infinite universe of imagination and delight.

More information at teribayus.com.


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