Amazon and Barnes & Noble Top 100 Best-Selling Romantic Comedy Author D. D. Scott heats up your heart...and your kitchen...with book two of her debut series The Bootscootin' Books. It's chick-lit-gone-country. Think Hell's Kitchen mixed with Meet the Fockers.
It's cupcakes...and bbq!
Manhattan-raised, culinary-schooled pastry chef Jules Lichtenstien wants to make her new Nashville, Tennessee bakery a success. Catering the wedding of a Music City socialite and her country music, chart-topping beau could do just that. But learning the Wedding Planner From Hell is her ex has Jules' nerves frosted. Having never found the sweet comfort in a man that she gets from her sugary confections, she vows to never again cook up anything but food in her kitchen.
Meat n' Three diner heir and produce man Cody Weiss is fantastic with food but lousy with relationships. Or so says his ex-fiancée whose wedding he's unwittingly agreed to help his friend Jules cater. Cody wants to help Jules, but what he really wants is to succeed in their relationship where he's failed in the past.
With both of their exes stirring the pots, can Jules and Cody pull off the wedding without making minced meat of their relationship? And when a hat causes heat to simmer between them, will they be able to survive both in and out of the kitchen?
Love is a lot like cooking...delicious...with the right ingredients.
D. D. Scott is an Amazon and Barnes & NobleTop 100 Best-Selling Romantic Comedy and Humorous Mystery Author. She's a Writer's Go-To-Gal for Muse Therapy, plus the number-one Amazon Best-Selling Author of Muse Therapy: Unleashing Your Inner Sybil and the Co-Founder of The WG2E - The Writer'sGuide to E-Publishing - your destination site for everything E-Publishing, and Founder of The RG2E - The Reader's Guide to E-publishing - the destination sitefor all-things E-reading. You can get all the scoop on her, her books, her Muse Therapy Online Classes and Live Workshops, plus juicy tidbits from D.D. Scott-ville at http://ddscottville.blogspot.com.
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The relationship between the two main characters as well as the older ladies in the story they gave it a good sense of humor
It was painful to listen to. She mispronounced words and just seemed to be awkward.
I think I will try to find the book and read it myself. The story was interesting, but I just couldn't listen anymore!
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