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  • Love the series, but this book grates the nerves

    While I really enjoy this series, I have so much hate for how these two characters start out their relationship. Kennedy has escaped to the States rather be forced into a marriage to a man who could be her father by her brother. Trying to make ends meet just to survive Kennedy finds herself participating in a cook-off to become the new chef for Summer Payne and the household. What she didn't expect was for her world to be turned upside and feel like she traded one prison for another. Samuel has seen how great mates can be (that's sarcasm by the way). His mother and him felt the pain of his father's fist more times than they can count. Now as an adult Samuel is selling anything and everything that reminds him and his mother of his father and ready to start fresh. But when he finally arrives to his new home, it's to discover the new chef his mother has hired his the woman he hoped to never find; his mate! With meddling family interfering, a marriage neither wants, and a brother determined to sell of his sister these two have more to handle before they can finally relax and figure out what to do with their lives. Now while everything worked out in the end and these two were finally able to work through their differences, I didn't care for how everyone seemed to treat Kennedy and just marry her off. Kennedy seemed to be the kind of woman who is a drama queen in her own way because she kept blowing things out of proportion and assuming everyone thought the worst of her.

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  • Samuel

    “I didn’t mean to insult you. I was tired and I said some things I shouldn’t have.” “Aye you did. To me.” She started for her coat, knowing that if she didn’t leave now her temper was going to explode. But he grabbed her again. “Wait a damned minute. I’m trying to make this right. Why don’t you get your panties out of the twist you have them in and cut me some slack? I’m trying to do the right thing here.” She jerked from him again only to have him push her against the wall. Kennedy lost what little control she had on herself and hit him. This book really made me laugh. And kept interested all way through

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