Creative debut author Louisa Edwards will have you eating out of her hand as you read her witty, insightful, foodie romance Can't Stand the Heat is filled with steamy passion, realistically described settings, a distinctive plot and characters that beg for their own stories. Watch for more to come from this talented new author. Louisa Edwards' debut effort--Can't Stand the Heat--is yummy!! The witty repartee between Miranda and Adam, the snappy dialog between Adam and his staff, make this a fun, sizzling, read… And all the food talk in between these covers?
Make sure you're not reading while hungry. One of the best parts was discovering an excerpt of Edwards's next book featuring a minor character from this one--giving me another book to look forward to Can't Stand the Heat? I say, get into this kitchen!
With the popularity of the Food Network so high these days, this novel has arrived just in time to delight foodies and readers both. Louisa Edwards is definitely an author to watch! Her descriptions make you feel like you can almost smell the food Adam's cooking!
You can't miss this delectable and mouthwatering debut!
She grew up in Virginia, where at the age of 11, she was already sneaking Harlequin romances from her grandmother's suitcase, much to her parents' horror. She graduated from Bryn Mawr College before moving to Manhattan to work in book publishing—a dream job that allowed her to earn a living by reading romance novels.
Working for the delectable Devon Sparks is a sure-fire recipe for disaster, especially after Lilah gets a tantalizing taste of his perfectly seasoned kisses … Devon's not sure he can handle one more surprise ingredient in his life—he quit his popular TV show, his culinary reputation is on the line, and now the son he barely knows is back for seconds.
About the author.
Normal People. Making spreadsheets. Washing tiny clothes. Taking long walks with Avon. Long weekends in Vermont.
https://spamexrepreustyl.tk Lurking around the library. Hanging out on the deck.
Watching my snap peas come in. This house being mostly renovated, I think, after four years of working on it? Buying a lot of wicker baskets, frankly. Killing Eve. Blasts from the past. Thinking about the future. Mud season. Pruning the garden back. Taking drastic measures. Trying morning pages. A Felicity rewatch. Buying fewer groceries. A hour long Putumayo playlist. Eating Easter candy. Thinking up traditions.
Going to bed early. Putting everything through a sieve and shaking it.
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Smelling the rain. Uncategorized , Updates 0 comments. Ten days in California. Coffee by the pool. The Great Believers. A visit from my mom.
Fresh squeezed orange juice. The new season of Queer Eye. Practicing being present. Bonnie Raitt. The Lazy Genius Podcast. Fresh air. Days getting longer. All the girls I love in one place. Cooking complicated dinners. The Daily. Planning for the future. Giving up a certain amount of control. A fresh bullet journal. Vermont every weekend. Cutting the cable cord. The Cormoran Strike books.
Habit tracking. Everything in a casserole dish. The Dropout podcast. Remembering how much I love Smartfood popcorn. Walks in the dark. Vacation planning.
A Good Wife rewatch.