Curvy waitress Valentine Brewster needed to make some money--and fast!
Overhearing that her secret high-school crush, Gage Forrester, has lost his ranch house cook, she nervously approaches the red-hot rancher. She's always wanted to get paid for something she loved to do--cooking. This job might be the lucky break she's been looking for.
But can she convince Gage she's more than just another employee? That she just might be what he's been looking for all of his life?
Gage Forrester had been abandoned again! First by the woman he'd planned to marry and now his long-time cook. His ranch hands were getting ready to revolt if he didn't find someone who could provide them three--edible--squares a day.
Valentine was known for her award-winning pies and cakes at the county fair, but did she have enough experience to keep a hungry cowboy satisfied? She certainly has enough curves to satisfy his hunger!
Fun, quick, and hot story!
Valentine is not a size 2, she is a woman with curves, and she is comfortable with it herself. She is perky, sassy, and knows what she wants: she wants to cook, and preferable to Gage, the man she has had a crush since school days.
Gage has noticed, and admired Valentine for a long time, but he knows Valentine is a woman for long term relationship, and those are not on Gage's plans.
But when Valentine starts to work on his ranch, she is all he can think, and dream, about. And as they get snowed in the cabin out on the prairie, things get out of hands, the passion they have for each other cannot be denied. They have one night of endless passion. But is Gage ready to commit, or will Valentine get her heart broken?
It was entertaining, one evening read, the characters are fresh, fun, and enjoyable. The story is sweet, cute and delightful, and the tale has a pleasing ending. Just a joy to read for a rainy night
~ Three Spoons with a teaspoon on the side
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