Critically acclaimed, best-selling author Zuri Day pens the kind of sultry romances that keep her fans begging for more.
Following a steamy European encounter, Tiffany Matthews is now working as a sous chef at wealthy businessman Dominick Rollins’ prestigious L.A. restaurant. Tiffany tries to keep her new boss at arm’s length, but soon she surrenders to his not-so-innocent flirtations. Now things are heating up in the kitchen—and in the bedroom.
©2010 Zuri Day (P)2011 Recorded Books, LLC
“Day writes with zest and sensual appeal.” (Publishers Weekly)
I've been an avid reader since I was a child. I love different types of writing styles and I am never afraid to try new authors.
I loved this book as much as the other's I've read. I will be reading more from this author.
A very enjoyable and fantastic read! Zuri Day has done it again and captured her readers by taking them on a brilliant ride from the comforts of their reading room.
yes i would !
when nick wouldn't let tiffany go. no matter how much she ran he was there
she was ok
it made me laugh, it was a really good book.
Yes I would. I think this was a great love story and this would definately hold your attention.
Nick and Joy. Nick sounds like the ideal man. Joy sounds like the ideal best friend/sister, love her personality, is a little like my own advice to my friends.
I'm actually mad because, I have listen to all of her books on audible already,,so loving this author and ready for audible to get more of her books.
No not really,,
The narration was horrible, which is odd since I usually like Patricia R Floyd. Her male voices are horrible and she made Nick sound overbearing and stiff.
I would have cast Shari Peele. She did Love in Play and that was great.
It's like Zuri Day used these big extra words that I just thought was not needed to make a point or describe a scene. And Patricia Floyd made all the characters except Nan and Joy, come off conceited like Angelica.
4 out of 5
Joy was my favorite character. She was the friend we all need.
Her portrayal of Joy was great.
No, Tiffany's over analyzing and lack of self confidence was sometimes frustrating.
I love me some audio books! My taste ranges from Self Help, Motivational, Success, Fiction, Autobiography, African American, NWO, Business, Religious and more. I will be commenting from time to time and I hope my reviews are helpful!
This book is a WINNER! You will enjoy every moment. The storyline is really good and refreshing.
The audio edition of What Love Tastes Like is better than the print version because of the narrator's ability to bring realism to all of the characters and move the book at a nice pace.
I liked the part where the main character and her father realize their love for one another.
Patricia is great as always!!
What Love Tastes Like
I like Zuri Day! This was my first book by her.
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