Thursday, 29 September 2011

Recipe for Love by Fiona McGier

Patti Johnson is to be maid of honor, and caterer for her best friend’s wedding, so she advertises for an assistant. When a tall, bald, bearded, tattooed gypsy biker rides up on a Harley, and says he is an expert in cooking “hot” food, Patti just wonders how “hot” things will get sharing her tiny kitchen with him

After reading the first in this series I was really looking forward to the second story, and especially when I found out it was Patti’s story. You won’t be disappointed in the length of the story, and in fact, once it gets started and J.T is introduced the story really picks up. The reason I gave it 4 instead of 5 was I thought the beginning was a little slow but this is just my opinion and overall the story was great. Looking forward to the next installment.

Patti draped herself on J.T., saying, “Why don’t you just give me a ride back home on your hog, big boy? I’d love to feel your engine between my legs.”

Jake turned to Patti and said sarcastically, “I could say something about how you know all about plumping up bottoms…”

J.T. turned from checking on the food in the oven and drew himself up to his full height, making the kitchen suddenly seem more crowded, saying simply, “Don’t.”

A great second book in the Reyes family series. Overall a keeper and one you won’t be disappointed with.

1 comment:

Fiona McGier said...

Thanks, Miz Bookworm, for such a great review! I re-wrote the beginning of this book based on the demands of my then-editor. I didn't agree with how she wanted it to start, but there you go. I'm glad you enjoyed most of it. And J.T. was a yummy hero to write about!