Wednesday, July 25, 2012

Grill Me, Baby: Kindle Book of the Day 7/25

Author Sophia Knightly is cooking up something good in her hit romance, Grill Me, Baby. Featuring South American hunk Paolo and his irresistible culinary nemesis Michaela, the two engage in the kind of slow-cooking, complicated romance with some mystery ingredients that'll keep your interest and keep you turning the pages. At times very refined and at other times bursting with spontaneity, this one is worth every penny. Don't miss it!

Name: Grill Me, Baby
Rating: 5.0 stars over 8 reviews
Price: $5.50 4.24
Description: 
The heat is on…

Raised among women who taught him to cook at his family’s Buenos Aires restaurant, master chef Paolo Santos deftly works his culinary wiles—and his gypsy charm—on posh Flamingo Island’s female clientele.

The tastiest tidbit on the island, though, is cool, elegant Michaela Willoughby. The redhead’s slender curves are as enticing as her rabbit-food menus are maddening. And she’s his main competition for the chance of a lifetime.

Michaela overcame her own weight issues to become Flamingo Island’s premiere spa chef. Now she has a chance to share her innovative recipes for healthy living on a new cooking show—if she can somehow outshine Paolo. His sizzling, Latin-lover looks are more heart stopping than his decadent cooking. And she’d love nothing better than to stick a fork in his outsized ego.

When the stage lights ignite, so does the competition…and a sexual chemistry no one—least of all Paolo and Michaela—saw coming. Suddenly, separating business from pleasure is as impossible as separating a scrambled egg. And the big question isn’t whose knife cuts fastest…it’s whose heart can take the most heat.

Reviews: "The recipes are mouthwatering and so is Paolo - he is one smokin' hot chef. I couldn't put this one down. Michaela and Paolo sizzle in and out of the kitchen. Michaela's vulnerability and at times stubbornness make you want to hug her. You just want to say, "throw caution to the wind, girl and give the guy an inch." But it's Paolo - the mans' man- that left me overheated and needing a fan. Every woman deserves a little Paolo in her life."

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2 comments:

  1. I just love the sounds of this book and that cover rocks. Cooking, heat and passion all stirred into one pot - sounds great.

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