Miranda Storme never expected to see Gavin Luciano again. Three years ago, they had an intense affair - and then he bolted. Now he's back, and Miranda has the pleasure of a little payback: A scathing review of his restaurant. Revenge is a dish best served the first chance you get.
With three months to make his family's struggling Italian restaurant successful, a bad review is Gavin's worst nightmare. But this isn't just about the meal. He's finally realized what he left behind and is determined to spend the next eight weeks proving himself to Miranda in the kitchen...and in the bedroom! This is one dish she won't be able to refuse.
©2013 Jennifer Probst (P)2013 Tantor
A typical contemporary chic lit romance about mistakes, forgiveness, second chances and love.
Focused mainly on Gavin and Miranda's relationship as a chance encounter makes him realise just what he walked away from and that there's still hope if she'll only give him a second chance (coz he was a bad bad boy). So he begs her for forgiveness assuring her that he, and his priorities, have changed and slowly tries to rekindle their love by any means he can. However, she was badly hurt by him in their past relationship and has erected a solid wall around her heart that will be hard to break through until all the truth comes out.
A sweet romance with some sex but it wasn't hot n heavy or very descriptive at all - there were a few other characters but they were just incidental to the main storyline which had it's funny moments as well as it's sad bits too.
Worth a credit? If you're looking for an easy going love story then this is your book.
I really love this series by Jennifer Probst and the narrator does great job. It's a love story with the past history of hurt and anguish then a fresh new challenge for Gavin to try to erase his running away years ago to find himself and now finding his one true love Miranda again so the wooing and romance begins again. Lovely story. If you are a romantic at heart this story is for you, worth the credit.
I love Jennifer Probst. The narrator, however, it awful!!!
Yes ! She's horrible!
DNF because of the narrator. She's bad bad bad.
i would because if your at work anything would make the day go by faster
glad it was over the female was getting on my last nerve either forgive him or move on
she did ok
no not really
To accomplish great things, we must not only act, but also dream; not only plan, but also believe.
Miranda writes a review for her newspaper column on her ex's restaurant and it stirs up a hornets nest. Of course things do not go as planned and her ex knows he had it coming, because of leaving her the way he did. Although he now has the life he thought he wanted he isn't very happy with the demands of it. Miranda resists getting involved with Gavin again, because she knows he is going to leave to go back to his high powered job. Gavin, is starting to see what he lost and is befuddled about what to do about it. This is an easy going light romance watching Gavin discover where his heart really is and what life is all about.
The nasally narrator made this bad story worse.
If she kept this story to herself.
HORRIBLE, HORRIBLE, HORRIBLE....... Blow you nose lady!!!!!
I usually like Jennifer Probst's stories....... I'm surprised by this book!
DON'T WASTE YOUR CREDIT OR MONEY!
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