Playing perfect daughter at her mother's parties isn't Alexis Arnette's idea of a good time. She always leaves grumpy and hungry. Unimpressed with the spread laid out in the living room, she sneaks off to the kitchen to find something a little more satisfying. What she discovers is chef Morgan Crane, a man who is even more delicious than his baked goods. When one taste of his creations leads to more and her good girl demeanor dissolves, would the boring evening turn into one she'll never forget?
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I found this to be a total tease and waste of money!! It was 47 pages long! I liked the concept and was enjoying it but then it ended before it even started. I am very dissappointed!
Reviewed By~Patti Review Copy Provided By~Publisher I absolutely loved it! Once I started I couldn’t stop until I finished it. If I had any complaint it would be that the story was too short. I want more. I was sorry that it ended there and I am hoping for another installment to continue the adventure. Alexis is a character I would love to know more about and I would love to delve a little deeper into Morgan as well. Right from the beginning I could feel her emotions. I understood her feelings about her mother and her disappointment in the food choices at the party. I enjoyed her ducking into the kitchen to see if she could find something more appetizing and boy did she! Morgan seems like a fun and creative guy and my guess is that he would turn up the heat in all kinds of situations. This was definitely a story I will be reading again and I would love to suggest to Ms. Cale that she continue Alexis’ adventures. Favorite Quote: Grabbing her hand, he sucked her finger until no trace of the whipped cream remained. As his tongue swirled over her skin, working its way into the crevices, her breath quickened.