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    A perfect recipe for romance

    This book is a step away from the usual Cowboy characters, which I love, but I fell in love with Nikki and Paul immediately. The two characters are very different in their approach to their chosen field but they blend together perfectly and inspire each other to be more creative. Liz Isaacson has again excelled in creating the perfect recipe for romance and served up an amazing story to be enjoyed by all who read it.
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    A sweet romance

    In many ways I may not be the best person to review this book, mainly because I eat to live and not live to eat! The romance in this book is clean and Nikki and Paul's integrity shows through Holly however, is another story altogether. Her actions are appalling the means by which she achieved her fame left a lot to be desired. I loved Nikki's loving nature and the way in which she drew people to her. however as a hero, Paul seemed a little bland. I received a copy of this book as a gift and this is my honest and voluntary review.
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    Great Book! !

    ARC for honest review with no compensation 4.5 stars Dash of Love by Liz Isaacson is based on a Hallmark Original Movie and so on point. Love watching Hallmark Movies and this just adds to it. What’s a short order, self-taught cook in a diner and an executive chef who works for a celebrity chef have in common…their love for food! ! When Nikki’s job at the diner comes to an end she is looking to get into an upscale restaurant to work in the kitchen and show her talents but when she is hired by Holly Hanson, celebrity chef and restaurant owner, her job is as an assistant to Holly and not work in the kitchen since according to Holly without a culinary degree Nikki knows nothing about food or presentation. Little does Nikki know that when she approached Holly to let her use the kitchen after hours to keep her cooking skills honed, Holly is stealing her recipes to put in her new cookbook and to feature in her restaurant as her own recipes. Paul the executive chef accidentally discovers Nikki working after hours and one thing leads to another and I don’t mean exchanging recipes…but when Holly discovers them she fires them both but when Paul and Nikki find out what Holly is planning they decide to beat her at her own games and with Nikki’s former diner closed they decide together to open a Pop Up restaurant to show case Nikki’s flair and Paul’s new recipes that is until Holly finds out and tries to destroy them both…will Nikki and Paul let Holly win or will they pull together and show her how a top notch restaurant is run and find a lasting love???
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    A fast romantic read

    A self taught chef + Cordon Bleu Chef = sparks fly when recipes are cooked. The story goes thus Nikki has a flair for food. Though self taught, food speaks to her in a way that makes her a natural. Paul on the other end, is a Cordon Bleu Chef, who cooks but the dishes appear uninspired. Enter the bad guy, Holly Hansen, who wants Nikki’s recipes but not her talent. And then circumstances occur, and the universe throws Nikki and Paul together and then stands back to enjoy the sparks which fly when tempers and passion rage. This is my first book by Liz Issacson, and I am pretty sure it ain’t going to be my last. Opposites attract, even if they are cooking in different ways. Egos clash even when they secretly agree and love each other’s cooking. I love the way, Liz has described the Nikki and Paul, they are different, but at the same time, they compliment each other like two pieces of a puzzle. The skirmishes these two have, throughout the story, left me laughing most times, and sighing with longing, the rest. The other characters provide the right support to the story to make the book so much more entertaining. I like the contariness of the characters in the backdrop of cooking. I love the recipes and seeing others cook, though I hate to cook. I like the way Liz makes these characters flawed but wholly likable. I love the way the two join forces together at the pop-up restaurant to show their individual flairs and to upturn nefarious plans. Though romance is not my favourite genre, I wanted Paul to be a bit more dashing, but on the whole, it is a sweet fast read. Love always wins.
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