A recipe for desire or disaster!
Preparation: Only the best chefs are selected to compete in the hit reality TV show Premier Chef. First, add one bakery owner, Staci Rowland, who's out to prove that even the sweetest chef can wield a wickedly sharp knife. Then, counter that sweetness with Remy Cruzel, a spicy and smokin-hot Cajun chef, who's looking to prove he's more than his name. Cooking instructions: Place each chef in direct competition with each other and in the same house. Let the initial attraction simmer, and quickly turn into a steamy fling. Caution: These key ingredients to a successful show - and a red-hot rendezvous! - are hiding a few secrets from each other, and from our judges. And the end result is one dish you won't want to miss!
What did you like best about Sizzle? What did you like least?
The story is a typical Blaze book, set in the world of reality cooking shows (which I love!!).
What did you like best about this story?
Setting of a cooking competition show was fun.
Who would you have cast as narrator instead of Ebonee Noel?
ANYBODY!! Her southern accent for Remy was awful, and detracting. She mispronounced so many words.
If this book were a movie would you go see it?
Maybe, probably wait for the DVD or Lifetime broadcast.
Any additional comments?
Why can't these producers monitor the pronunciation of the narrators??
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