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Publisher Description

Too many cooks in the kitchen…

The man infuriated her. Frankie Wilson needed a cook.

A simple, impressive cook to match the incredible beers produced at the Rosalind Brewery. Her best friends are counting on her, and her perfectionist streak refuses to let her fail.And until now, Frankie controlled the menu for each cook she hired.

But Noah refuses to play by her rules.

He's an obstinate, opinionated, incredible father to his little boy. Each time they call a truce, the attraction flares. He may be the best option for the brewery, but he is the worst option for her heart.

The woman will be the death of him.

Noah Adams ditched his musical career to go back to his roots and put his culinary degree to use. Having a child with an ex-girlfriend prioritizes a man's life that way.

A job at Rosalind Brewery in Asheville is ideal. Except for Frankie.She contradicts him at every turn. She's exasperating and unbelievably gorgeous and dates an odd array of men that don't even come close to appreciating her intelligence.

But he does. Once he gets Frankie out of the kitchen and into his bed, letting her walk away isn't on the menu.

Brewing Chemistry: Frankie, Book three in the Rosalind Brewery Series, is a full-length romance novel full of laughter, sexy-bits with a rakish chef, and a satisfying happily ever after.

Rosalind Brewery Series:

1) Ava

2) Reese

3) Frankie (release date 9/4/2020)

Other Series by Palmer Jones:

A Southern Kind of Love

O'Keeley's Irish Pub

August 6
Sweet Blooms Publishing, LLC
Palmer Jones

Customer Reviews

Laura Zell ,


Has great potential, great writing and awesome character chemistry but this story is messier in its delivery than the prior two in this series. The ending is also very abrupt. It felt like the author had some sort of emergency and hurriedly typed out “The End” without fully developing several story lines.
I’m feeling very unsatisfied.

case48 ,

Is there an ending?

I’ve never written a review before but was left so confused by the end of this book. Where is it? I feel like I’m missing a few chapters or epilogue to wrap up the multiple threads going thru this book. I enjoyed the first two enough to buy the third but feel like I only got 3/4 of this story.

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