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    Description de "Can't Stand The Heat (Recipe for Love)"

    For sharp-tongued food critic Miranda Wake, the chance to spend a month in Adam Temple’s [LE1] kitchen to write an exposé is a journalistic dream come true. Surely Miranda can find a way to cut the hotshot chef down to size once she learns whatreallygoes on at his trendy Manhattan restaurant. But she never expected Adam to find out her most embarrassing secret: she has no idea how to cook.Adam’s not about to have his reputation burned by a critic who doesn’t even know the difference between poaching and paring.  He’ll just have to give the tempting redhead a few private lessons of his own—teaching her what it means to cook with passion…and doing more with his hands than simply preparing sumptuous food.DIV“This playful culinary confection is a lighthearted and entertaining romance that will delight readers. With all the behind the scenes revelations, you’ll never look at cooking and meal preparation in the same way again. Steamy and satisfying fare, indeed” –Fresh Fiction“Snappy, exciting, adventurous, and totally unexpected.Can't Stand the Heat... is one of the best light-hearted culinary, romantic novels this reviewer has read in a very long time! Grand job, Louisa Edwards.” –Crystal Reviews“A funny, lovable story about two unlikely people falling for each other. The plot, characters, and setting comes together to form a wonderful, light-hearted, culinary romance that is a blast to read and I can't wait for the next Recipe for Love novel!” –The Book Lush“The main characters to felt like friends and the secondary romance involving Miranda's brother helped keep things moving. One of the best parts was discovering an excerpt of Edwards's next book featuring a minor character from this one--giving me another book to look forward to…Can't Stand the Heat? I say, get into this kitchen!”  --Publishers Weekly's Beyond Her Book blog“ An exquisitely prepared romance seasoned with scorching hot love scenes,Can't Stand The Heat is truly an unforgettable dish. You can’t miss this delectable and mouthwatering debut!” –New York Timesbestsellilng author Kresley Cole"Can't Stand The Heat is HOT in the kitchen and everywhere else." –New York Timesbestselling author Carly Phillips"Smokin' hot chefs, sizzling passion, and a big dash of charm--no reservations required for this smart, stylish romance!"---New York Timesbestselling author Gena ShowalterDIVDIVLouisa Edwardsgrew up in Virginia before moving to Manhattan to work with some of the biggest names in book publishing. She later moved to Ohio, where she worked as a restaurant reviewer. She decided to bring her love of romance and cooking together by writing theRecipe for Loveseries.DIVDIVDIVSHE'S HUNGRY FOR EXPERIENCE.For sharp-tongued food critic Miranda Wake, the chance to spend a month in Adam Temple’s [LE1] kitchen to write an exposé is a journalistic dream come true. Surely Miranda can find a way to cut the hotshot chef down to size once she learns whatreallygoes on at his trendy Manhattan restaurant. But she never expected Adam to find out her most embarrassing secret: she has no idea how to cook.AND HE KNOWS JUST HOW TO SATISFY HER CRAVINGS...Adam’s not about to have his reputation burned by a critic who doesn’t even know the difference between poaching and paring.  He’ll just have to give the tempting redhead a few private lessons of his own—teaching her what it means to cook with passion…and doing more with hi

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    • Reliure : Mass Market Paperback
    • 368  pages
    • Dimensions :  2.5cmx10.4cmx16.8cm
    • Poids : 181.4g
    • Editeur :   St. Martin's Paperbacks Paru le
    • Collection : A Recipe for Love
    • ISBN :  0312356498
    • EAN13 :  9780312356491
    • Classe Dewey :  813.6
    • Langue : Anglais

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    For sharp-tongued food critic Miranda Wake, the chance to spend a month in Adam Temple’s [LE1] kitchen to write an exposé is a journalistic dream come true. Surely Miranda can find a way to cut the hotshot chef down to size once she learns whatreallygoes on at his trendy Manhattan restaurant. But she never expected Adam to find out her most embarrassing secret: she has no idea how to cook.Adam’s not about to have his reputation burned by a critic who doesn’t even know the difference between poaching and paring.  He’ll just have to give the tempting redhead a few private lessons of his own—teaching her what it means to cook with passion…and doing more with his hands than simply preparing sumptuous food.DIV“This playful culinary confection is a lighthearted and entertaining romance that will delight readers. With all the behind the scenes revelations, you’ll never look at cooking and meal preparation in the same way again. Steamy and satisfying fare, indeed” –Fresh Fiction“Snappy, exciting, adventurous, and totally unexpected.Can't Stand the Heat... is one of the best light-hearted culinary, romantic novels this reviewer has read in a very long time! Grand job, Louisa Edwards.” –Crystal Reviews“A funny, lovable story about two unlikely people falling for each other. The plot, characters, and setting comes together to form a wonderful, light-hearted, culinary romance that is a blast to read and I can't wait for the next Recipe for Love novel!” –The Book Lush“The main characters to felt like friends and the secondary romance involving Miranda's brother helped keep things moving. One of the best parts was discovering an excerpt of Edwards's next book featuring a minor character from this one--giving me another book to look forward to…Can't Stand the Heat? I say, get into this kitchen!”  --Publishers Weekly's Beyond Her Book blog“ An exquisitely prepared romance seasoned with scorching hot love scenes,Can't Stand The Heat is truly an unforgettable dish. You can’t miss this delectable and mouthwatering debut!” –New York Timesbestsellilng author Kresley Cole"Can't Stand The Heat is HOT in the kitchen and everywhere else." –New York Timesbestselling author Carly Phillips"Smokin' hot chefs, sizzling passion, and a big dash of charm--no reservations required for this smart, stylish romance!"---New York Timesbestselling author Gena ShowalterDIVDIVLouisa Edwardsgrew up in Virginia before moving to Manhattan to work with some of the biggest names in book publishing. She later moved to Ohio, where she worked as a restaurant reviewer. She decided to bring her love of romance and cooking together by writing theRecipe for Loveseries.DIVDIVDIVSHE'S HUNGRY FOR EXPERIENCE.For sharp-tongued food critic Miranda Wake, the chance to spend a month in Adam Temple’s [LE1] kitchen to write an exposé is a journalistic dream come true. Surely Miranda can find a way to cut the hotshot chef down to size once she learns whatreallygoes on at his trendy Manhattan restaurant. But she never expected Adam to find out her most embarrassing secret: she has no idea how to cook.AND HE KNOWS JUST HOW TO SATISFY HER CRAVINGS...Adam’s not about to have his reputation burned by a critic who doesn’t even know the difference between poaching and paring.  He’ll just have to give the tempting redhead a few private lessons of his own—teaching her what it means to cook with passion…and doing more with hi