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Summary Just One Taste Recipe for Love #3

Cademic So Wes decides to rattle her Bunsen burner by asking for her hands on advice on aphrodisiacsRosemary is a little wary about working with Wes whose casual flirtations make her hot under the collar But once th. Great character definition but the author didn t show enough action using the characters talents and weaknessesSTORY BRIEFWes was raised by his con artist dad who scammed people for a living As a result Wes has a knack for reading people to see their weaknesses and desires He never went to college and wishes he had been a better student They traveled a lot and he was pulled out of school to help his dad with scams At one point Wes was placed in a halfway house for juvenile offenders This was the catalyst for Wes to stand up to his dad and refuse to be part of any future scamsDr Rosemary Wilkins was a high I child prodigy She obtained her degrees at an early age and does scientific research Her weakness is people She has difficulty reading facial clues and doesn t understand why they do what they do She had a lonely childhood with high achieving parents who were too bu

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Just One Taste Recipe for Love #3

Bad boy chef Wes Murphy is dreading his final semester cooking class Food Chemistry 101 until he meets the new substitute teacher Dr Rosemary Wilkins is a feast for the eyes though her approach to food is strictly a. My overall impression of this book is the author was trying too hard I think it s a classic example of a relatively new writer with a successful book or two and who then feels the strain of living up to expectations The humor was often forced and the character of Rosemary too over the top But first I ll go through what I did like about the bookProsLouisa Edwards can still write well when she relaxes and goes with the story Parts of this book are wonderful poignant and engrossing Also and perhaps most importantly for fans her handling of the JessFrankie situation continues to be excellent For those who are invested in that relationship this book is a must read The too few passages that deal with this storyline are extremely well done emotional and satisfying Lastly the other characters mainly from the restaurant are all there and it s fun to visit them again including the hero of

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Ey begin testing the love enhancing power of chocolate oysters and strawberries it becomes scientifically evident that the brainy science nerd and the boyish chef have some major chemistry together and it's delicio. Oh my My heart broke for both Wes and Rosemary But they are wonderful together


10 thoughts on “Just One Taste Recipe for Love #3

  1. says:

    Wes Murphy is not uite what he seems On the outside he looks like every other student at the Academy of Culinary Arts if a little bi

  2. says:

    My overall impression of this book is the author was trying too hard I think it's a classic example of a relatively new writer with a successful book or two and who then feels the strain of living up to expectations The humor was often forced and the character of Rosemary too over the top But first I'll go through what I did like about the bookProsLouisa Edwards can still write well when she relaxes and goes with the story Parts o

  3. says:

    I absolutely love this series However I've been so invested in the characters at Market that I cared less about Wes and Rosie's relationship than I did Jess and Frankie's There were parallel's in both relationships but the HEA for Jess and Frankie was far emotional for me than Wes and Rosie And is it me or did that fact that Jess

  4. says:

    Great character definition but the author didn’t show enough action using the characters’ talents and weaknessesSTORY BRIEFWes was raised by his con artist dad who scammed people for a living As a result Wes has a knack for reading people – to see their weaknesses and desires He never went to college and wishes he had been a better student They traveled a lot and he was pulled out of school to help his dad with

  5. says:

    Wes Murphy has turned his back on his life as a former con artist and wants nothing than to become a chef He just has to get through one final semester at the Academy of Culinary Arts His final class causes him grief even though he gets good grades and is at the top of his rotation His goal is to do his externship for Exec

  6. says:

    This was really good I enjoyed it about as much as I did the first book in this trilogy much than the second It is set in the same world and w

  7. says:

    Louisa Edwards did a great job of blending humor and deeply emotional characters to make this story so real Despite being brainy and seeming to have everything Rosemary is like most of us looking for love from someone who will love her for who she is Wes has personal demons to battle and some serious trust issues but when

  8. says:

    Another entertaining book from Louisa Edwards I especially liked the socially inept heroine of this one and thought she and the hero were a great match I appreciate strong settings and Edwards has given professional kitchens a vibrancy and vitality that I've loved in all three books

  9. says:

    Oh my My heart broke for both Wes and Rosemary But they are wonderful together

  10. says:

    I haven't read the others in this series but I definitely want to now I enjoyed this story Wes has reformed his ways from his youth and is seeking to make a new life for himself He encounters the lovely and brainy Rosemary a substitute professor and insinuates himself into her well ordered life I loved that he was so taken by her logical i