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    Fabulous contemporary romance!

    This third (and hopefully not last!) book in the Hot in the Kitchen series features Tad and Jules, cousin and sister of the Italian DeLuca and British Kilroy families respectively. Tad has opened a new bar with hopes of redeeming himself in the eyes of his family for his part in a terrible accident that caused the death of his parents several years earlier. Jules is hoping to get out from under her overly protective big brothers' thumbs and prove to them (and herself) that despite her dyslexia, she can make it in the food industry and is deserving of a loving relationship. Having entered the "friend zone" from their first meeting, their one aborted attempt at passion has left them wary of their attraction to each other yet unable to deny their growing feelings. Having read and enjoyed the first two books in this series, I was expecting great things from Kate and she delivered in spades. The alternating points of view of Tad and Jules are full of emotional depth that engages the reader and pulls them fully into the story. As readers, we feel that we have a vested interest in how Tad and Jules will reconcile their feelings for each other with their obligations to their respective families. Family plays a large role in the setting and overall feel of the novel and all the characters come alive with their realistic interpersonal dynamics. At times poignant and thoughtful, the overall humorous and heartwarming tone combined with sensual and steamy love scenes makes this a romance to delight and entice the reader into the Italian kitchen. 5 well deserved stars!

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