All it takes is one sweet taste…
Daisy Sinclair knows how to make a guy moan with raw pleasure. She should, as owner of the best damn bakery in Chicago. Her cinnamon buns are borderline orgasmic! Of course, standing in front of the city's biggest (and sexy-as-hell) food critic in her skivvies isn't the most professional first impression. Especially when he has a wicked glint in his eye…
Jamie Forsythe isn't exactly a food critic; his twin brother is. One look at Daisy's mouthwatering curves, and Jamie knows only that he wants to have his cake and Daisy, too. Attraction mixed with deception is a recipe for disaster—the naughtiest, hottest kind imaginable. And there's no way Jamie can resist being sent to bed…with Daisy as dessert!
This is the most blazing hot, sensual, delightfully lustful story I remember reading in a long time. Jamie and Daisy has all the chemistry, fascination and gravitation people can have for each other. Their thoughts are so filled with each other from the moment they meet, while Daisy is nearly naked, that it takes humorous sides.
But the story is not only just naked fun and games, there are other feelings in the picture as well, and those feelings take on some kind of roll-a-coaster ride, as Jamie and Daisy are trying to figure out their lives, their feelings, and their future.
While Daisy's bakery is in danger, Jamie puts his career in line, to try to save her.
Daisy is not only battling with her ex husband, trying to save the bakery, but also built a relationship with her mother. Jamie has his own issues, to deal with, that makes him feel inadequate to Daisy.
Lots of story fit into the book, story with high emotions, legal battles, boxing matches, baked goods, friends who are willing to go the extra mile for you, dough therapy, and passion that burns hotter than most. And if you manage to read the whole story, without stopping to bake some cinnamon buns, you are stronger than I am
~ Four Spoons with a teaspoon on the side
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