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Publisher's Summary

Determined to fulfill her dream of becoming a chef and winning a coveted scholarship to study cooking in Italy, Ki Blake rushes in late to the first class of her final semester at Kirkwood Culinary Academy and is stopped in her tracks by Taryn Ellis, the school's newest instructor. A beautiful and accomplished chef, Taryn has walked away from her promising career in the city's top restaurant to devote her life to her five-year-old daughter. Ki and Taryn try their best to resist the urge to give in to the undeniable chemistry between them. And when at last they begin a passionate affair that must be kept a secret, they are each convinced it's only a short-term fling. It's up to both Ki and Taryn to decide whether they have found something genuine or whether the taste of romance is truly enough to satisfy.
©2016 Kris Bryant (P)2017 Bold Strokes Books, Inc
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By Sab on 10-11-17

Perfect story

For someone who doesn’t cook this was an interesting story to follow... great characters, great story...
Brittni Pope was mostly a good narrator, but the accent of Tarin was Australian and not South African... :) all in all great job.

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By Amazon Customer on 07-31-17

Enjoyed the story

I liked the story overall but it felt like a novella. Even though it was well written there were no back stories for any of the characters. Why does Ki change professions, how can she afford to and no background on her family where's her dad why no interaction with any siblings.
I listened to the book and as I am South African I am found Taryn's accent more Australian or Kiwi and miles too flat for the South African accent.
Take this book a turn it into a full fledged novel build out the characters and make them more three dimentional rather paper cut outs.
This book is a good foundation for a really good novel. The restaurants, the academic institution are all wonderful canvases to tell a story around.
I was left unsatisfied.

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