Ooh la la! Eva Lefoy definitely turns up the heat with this sweet and savoury erotic contemporary treat! Violet Cunningham might be acting out of the ordinary because of a sugar rush but her bold moves made me wish I was more like her! Even though she was much more daring than me I found her so easy to relate to and I’d love to have a friend or sister just like her. It is no secret that I love well-written curvy heroines and Violet was one of the best. She was so realistic, she had insecurities and yet she wasn’t someone I would pity. Chef Max is magnificent! I love heroes who have accents and if they are bearing chocolate treats it can’t beat my idea of heaven. I loved the attraction between this couple. I found myself blushing furiously while reading and still feeling completely jealous of the heroine. Made me want to get right out there and find a local Chamber of Commerce event. This was the perfect break from my hectic day and it is sure to be one I read over and over again. I cannot wait to see what else this author has to offer.
Overcome by powerful urges Violet Cunningham gives in to her desires and seduces sexy Chef Max but after their scorching hot rendezvous she is inundated with self-doubt at her actions and her appetite, letting her mother’s criticisms of her body influence her she decides to avoid the gorgeous man. But fate has different plans when her boss requests the French Pastry Chef cater his big event. Will Violet run from the flames or give in to the heat?
Riding the waves of a sugar high, Violet Cunningham seduces the town’s newest pastry chef, slathering him with whipped cream in his secret kitchen. But all that is made of sugar melts, and her brazenness vanishes soon after their tryst, leaving her battling old insecurities about her waistline and appetites, courtesy of her mother. Positive she’s only made a fool of herself, she’s mortified when her boss sends her back to sexy Chef Max’s kitchen and into the proverbial frying pan.
After a red-hot date, her chef disappears, and Violet’s emotions simmer to a boil, forcing her to confront the awful truth: there’s more to life than pastry.