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    HOLY CANNOLI WHAT A BOOK!!!!!!

    Tawdra Kandle has done it again! She has written another FANTASTIC novel full of wit, humor and this time, great “dessert.” If you are not familiar with her work she writes characters that are relatable, humorous and tend to have HOT, STEAMY sex. Even though this is the fourth book in the “Perfect Dish Romances” series it can be read as a standalone novel. So don’t let that stop you from reading this delicious book. I don’t want to give too much of the book away, just know that the main characters, Amanda and Vince, have hot chemistry from the moment they meet, again, at an engagement party. It’s from this point on that their, sweet, hot story unfolds. You MUST read this book to find out the rest of the story. I don’t this you will be disappointed - I know I could not put it down. I received a free copy of this book via Booksprout and am voluntarily leaving a review.
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    A tale of two cities

    At first I thought that Vice and Amanda's book was a little anticlimatic - after all, we'd already seen Ava and Liam's story arc completed in 'I Choose You'. But they grew on me. The way children think they are perceived by their parents - the way Vince felt he was never appreciated for what he brought to the family restaurant. Amanda's experiences as part of a family are so different from Vince's and yet they are perfect for each other.
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    4stars

    This was a really enjoyable read. I liked the chemistry between Vincent and Amanda. Two people thinking they want one thing but really wanting to have it all.
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