Sparks fly when opposites are forced to live together in this steamy, small town romance standalone!
Lulu Cavanaugh’s career went up in smoke.
The moment Lulu lost her job running the fanciest restaurant on Maui, the chef threw herself into recovery mode. She's pitched a cooking show to be filmed in her Wyoming hometown, hoping the on-screen visibility will pave the path for a future chef de cuisine job.
Alexander Wilder’s career flamed out.
An injury sidelined the quarterback’s promising career, but Xander is determined to find his way back to the gridiron. Rehabbing at a world famous clinic in Calamity, Wyoming, he’s approached by a producer to host a new cooking show. Having grown up in his mother’s restaurant, he grabs the opportunity to stay in the public’s eye.
Lulu nails her audition, but before she can pop open the champagne, the producers drop a bombshell: they're giving her a co-host. Sparks fly when Lulu and Xander compete for the spotlight. And when a tight filming schedule forces them together around the clock, their sizzling chemistry starts a blaze that can’t be quenched. Will it lead to success for both, or will one of them get burned?
Heat so hot even the kitchen can’t stand it
I couldn’t help but fall in love with Coco and Xander
My rating: 5 stars
What I liked: I really liked Lulu(h) and Xander(H). They had great chemistry and I really liked the banter between each other while filming.
What I didn’t like: Right now I’m not thinking to highly of Stella but I’m sure I’m going to like her when her book comes out.
How hot was it: 4 out 5
Final thoughts: I really enjoyed this book. Erika Kelly is one of my favorite and this book is definitely going up there with one of my favorites from her. Xander and Lulu are such a great couple that I couldn’t help but fall in love with them.
This book totally gave me goosebumps! It is hilarious, sweet, adorable, and romantic! Great connection between Xander and Lulu from their love of cooking to understanding each other, to needing each other! They both had so much it common, it was truly a match made in heaven! Such a great book! Erika Kelly wows me again!