Forked (Frenched Series #2)

Forked (Frenched Series #2)

by Melanie Harlow

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BN ID: 2940150524675
Publisher: Melanie Harlow
Publication date: 10/20/2014
Series: Frenched Series , #2
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
Sales rank: 82,920
File size: 2 MB

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Forked 4.3 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 9 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
CrystalMarie218 More than 1 year ago
I loved “Frenched”, so of course I could not pass up the opportunity to read this second book in the interconnected series. This book is about Mia’s best friend and business partner Coco. She lands what could be a major wedding with a huge commission except for one problem: it involves convincing star chef Nick Lupo to cater the wedding. Mega-hot celebrity chef Nick Lupo who just happens to be Coco’s first love, ex-husband and heart breaker. When they meet up again, it’s not quite what Coco expected. The attraction between them is still explosive, as is the sex, but there’s so much unsaid between them. Can Coco keep her heart from getting broken a second time? I found this book to be just as hilarious as the first. Coco is witty and hilarious and I loved her inner monologues and thought processes. She’s a cool lady, but I found one thing to be very annoying both with Coco’s character and the plot. Why won’t she just let Nick explain why he left her all those years ago? Seems to me that impulsively divorcing someone that you genuinely love and care about and then not giving them a chance to explain at all is very immature. It drove me a bit crazy. I get it that she’s stubborn, but it was a little bit of over the top drama for the plot that I found to be more and more annoying the longer it went on. There was obviously going to be a resolution and let’s face it, we’ve read a million books with this same kind of manufactured drama by a very stubborn hero/heroine. I get it. Next! What I did appreciate about this book is the humor and the absolute delight of the relationship (minus the BS lack of explanation) between the main characters. They have great chemistry together and it’s very obvious that they have a genuine and deep love for one another. I think that alone raised the over likeability of the book for me. It was redeeming. And overall, I enjoyed it quite a bit. 4 stars. Reviewed by Sara Squared for Crystal’s Many Reviewers *Copy Provided for review*
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Melanie Harlow has nailed it yet again. You're gonna love Coco and Nick. They are adorable together (not to mention smokin hot) this entire series is amazing and I can't wait to see where Erin's story takes us, although I will admit that I am sad it's coming to an end, I really do love these characters!!
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Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I gave Coco's and Nick story 4stars. Why because the writer dragged Coco's forgiving Nick too long. Gave too little of Mia's wedding. That could of ended with a little more to it. I wanted to know what Coco's parents reaction really was. Anyway the story was really good and I really enjoyed it. TO THE WRITER.......I HOPE YOU DO ERIN'S STORY TOO AND REALLY INCLUDE MIA AND COCO' S LIVES TOO.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I liked the first two books in the series and this one too for the most part. Great chracters, good story, rushed in parts though. Details bothered me, like time line, Mia is in Paris for three weeks. She talks to Cocoa one day from Paris but is in her apartment the next day in the middle of the three weeks. Then Cocoa's story is rushed to finish up Mia's story.
cutiephinphin More than 1 year ago
Melanie Harlow is fast becoming one of my MUST-BUY authors. There isn't a book I didn't like to date and Forked is no exception. Coco is very different from Mia... Despite the confidence she portrays, she has insecurities and issues that she has tucked deep within. I like her for her bubbly, independent personality although sometimes her stubbornness gets the better of her. Nick (my goodness) is just adorable as hell. It is obvious that he and Coco had a huge thing for each other previously judging from the moment he entered the picture. Even though he is now a successful chef, he is very down to earth and still pining for the girl he left 7 years ago. While Coco and Nick parted ways badly years ago, I'm glad the angst from their past didn't overshadow the current attraction they have for each other. The writing combined with Nick's sweet gestures, their playful banter, sexy steamy scenes and their road to finding true love made it such a delight to read that I wish it could go on and on. And as it is, I'm already anxiously waiting for Floored.
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