From the creators of Master Bits and Mercenary Bites, New York Times bestselling author Lexi Blake and Southern food expert and USA Today bestselling author Suzanne Johnson, comes a new look at the Masters and Mercenaries world—Girls Night.
Join us for easy to cook, delicious recipes and stay for the stories of the women of McKay-Taggart. From slow cooker special dinners to cocktails that will elevate your game, Suzanne will show you that easy can be delicious.
Lexi dives into what happens after happily ever after. Charlie and Ian try to have a night out—but their kids prove that anything can happen when Taggarts are involved. Faith and Ten get a gift they never expected. Karina and Derek go on a stakeout. And Serena finds the meaning of Bliss. All these stories and more explore what it means to be a wife, a mother, a woman navigating love and responsibility.
Good meals, good times, good friends.
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A great combination of food and romance
5 Star reviews of Master Bits & Mercenary Bites - Girls Night In by Lexi Blake and Suzanne M. Johnson
What’s better than sharing a great meal with loved ones and good friends? Not a whole lot I’m thinking, so to me this was a total winner from the start.
Master Bits & Mercenary Bites: Girls Night In is filled with short stories about our favourite couples from the Master & Mercenaries series along with some truly spectacular mouth-watering and inspiring recipes which will leave you begging for more.
Often when you are reading one of the books from either this or the Topped series, you will find yourself imagining the dishes that are mentioned Throughout the books the culinary delights are often mentioned in passing and many readers, me included have asked Lexi Blake for the “secrets” to these dishes; this book is the result.
This book is a great mix of stories and easy to follow recipes that might well inspire your own Master & Mercenary experience, I know I am certainly going to have a go at some of these recipes. This was a great combining of two of my passions, cooking and the highly successful Masters and Mercenary series.
Way to go Lexi Blake and Suzanne Johnson; I loved that this book focused on the women from the series, all smart, feisty and capable women and I would be happy to be any one of them.