Setting off on her dream of culinary school, Ande finds herself knocked senseless by her incredibly sexy Chef Instructor, Daniel, who also happens to have the brains and heart to match.With her plan to keep herself from repeating history, she attempts to deny what could possibly break her. Ande finds out she is not the only one with a torrid past when a bright light is shed on Daniel’s former years. When ghosts from her past find her in the middle of her trek through culinary school and an impending relationship with Daniel, her life takes a disastrous turn. She must find the strength to push through school alongside a man that drives her wild with lust, all while trying to figure out her relationship with a stranger from years before.With help from her friends, and a tad bit of alcohol, Ande navigates her way through the pitfalls of falling in love, being broken hearted and making lasting friendships. An amusing love story filled with steamy sex, heartache, and surprises at every turn.
Ande has an unpleasant past and ex-husband that she wants to forget. Hoping for a career change and new start in life Ande goes to culinary school. That is were she meets the handsome and charming Chef Daniel. Unfortunately, Daniel has secrets in his past he has difficulty sharing. Re-enter Blake, the ex-husband who wants to make things right and win Ande's heart back. This novel is sprinkled with deliciously romantic scenes that have Ande begging for more. Life presents Ande with an accidental surprise, resulting in one man running away and the other man professing unconditional love and support.
The author wrote Ande's story in a way that kept me guessing what would happen next. I was completely blind-sided at the end and can't wait to to get a copy of the sequel, The Deepest Cut, revealing more of Ande's story. 4 out of 5
I reside in Sunny Southern California. I recently self published my first novel, Cutting Deep. I wrote this during a quarter life crisis, and never dreamed it would ever be finished or actually published. I would say I have the worst sense of humor out of anyone I know, except my friends. I find things funny that others may find not so funny, but I cant help myself. I try to find the humor in everything in life. I'm addicted to tattoo's and I'm not sure I know one person in my massive family that does not have a tattoo. Crazy Right? I will leave you with this quote "Either write something worth reading or do something worth writing" -Ben Franklin.
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