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Publisher Description

Here comes the groom…


Food critic Ginger Elcott has made a lot of enemies with her snarky and scathing reviews, leaving her scrambling to book a caterer for her spur-of-the-moment wedding. As her recurring bad luck would have it, the one man her fiancé wants her to hire is also the object of an annoying and unexpected attraction.


Dealing with bridezillas is part of the job for Mason Hughes, but his newest client takes argumentative and demanding to a new level. Surrendering to her request seems like the easiest solution, but a sizzling kiss sparks more than a passing sexual interest in her.


Circumstances change drastically when Ginger dumps her cheating groom and proposes much more than a single night of passion to her sexy caterer. Two contracts and a wedding later, the bedroom is hotter than the kitchen—until a malicious review of Mason’s Premier Catering threatens to roast their newly complicated relationship.

GENRE
Romance
RELEASED
2017
May 18
LANGUAGE
EN
English
LENGTH
140
Pages
PUBLISHER
Amatoria Press
SELLER
Mellanie V. Grigsby
SIZE
819.7
KB

Customer Reviews

Fine pumpkin 511 ,

This wasn’t her best book

I’ve read many of Mellanie’s books and I must admit this wasn’t one of my favorites. Ginger was annoying and boring. The book wasn’t bad but it wasn’t good either. Since I like Melanie’ books I will keep reading them.

I received a free copy of this book via Booksprout and am voluntarily leaving a review.

LisanneH ,

The critic and the caterer

Ginger Elcott is a reviled food critic. No one gets her snark. In a bind, she tries to hire Mason to cater her wedding reception.

Mason is a decent guy, a good caterer and he hangs out with his grandfather. He’s her last resort and he’s none too pleased about it.

But they have an inconvenient attraction to each other, what with her getting married.
Things change and when Mason and Ginger hook up, will a bad review derail their me time? Mason’s not so smart if a teenager can figure out something he should know.

I received a free copy of this book via Booksprout and am voluntarily leaving a review.

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