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    Light-Hearted, Fun & Very Sexy!

    3.5/4 Stars | Hot Steam I don’t often gravitate towards romantic comedies, but I simply couldn’t resist trying Alice Clayton’s newest release, NUTS. Light-hearted, playful and very, very sexy, Roxie and Leo’s charming small town romance was a delightful escape that had me turned way on and absolutely salivating for more than just the delicious hero. Seriously, this book should come three things: a vibrator, a companion cookbook—because I need to make those mouth-watering cakes!—and a warning: “Must read on a full stomach”. Filled with luscious foods and foodie-related mishaps, hilarious friends, and a flirty and frisky well-matched pair of summer lovers who get it so enviably right—despite basic gravity and those ever pesky bees—Roxie and Leo were a joy to read. Their banter sparkles, their kisses ignite and their true love endures, endlessly. So much nutty and naughty fun! I can’t wait for more steamy and smile-inducing tales from Bailey Falls! Complimentary copy provided in exchange for an honest review.
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    Nuts about this book!

    Nuts (can I just say how much I love this title) is laugh out loud funny. The hot moments between Leo and Roxie left me cranking up the AC. And there are a few parts in this book that tore my heart out. That is the unexpected part of the story. I wasn’t ready for the moment when my heart fell into my stomach and I cursed Alice Clayton. I know some people may be mad at me for this next statement, but Leo won my heart and I found myself asking, “Simon, who?” Just kidding, I’ll never forget my Wallbanger. Ok, moving on. Leo? Where can I find this farmer, or a farmer just like him? He is perfection. And the kicker is when you get to the part where I teared up and lost my heartbeat, it will kind of make you love him even more. Farmer Boy is now and forever, MINE! I absolutely loved the banter between these two. Roxie is someone I could definitely see myself hanging out with. Omg, can that woman cook and bake. I seriously wish Alice would put these recipes into a cookbook. All beesnuis aside (see what I did there, you’ll have to read it and see what I mean). Nuts is hilarious, sexy, sweet, and unexpected. A great start to a new series. I’m really looking forward to the next one. I’m crossing my fingers that it’s the dairy farmers turn.
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    Bad book

    Terrble book just hate it, it was so boring I think it was a waste of money and time Lol john cena
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    Romantic comedy

    One of the best reads in a long time. Combine a chef, farmer, granola mother, and a variety of other characters, and you end up with a book you can't put down. I am eager to read all of Alice Clayton's novels.
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    The perfect recipe for a rom-com!

    I have a confession: I’m a sucker for a well-written romantic comedy filled with double-entendres and innuendos. Bring on the food-related euphemisms and I am a happy girl. I loved Nuts because it is chock-full of all of that--and so much more. Actually, Nuts has the perfect recipe for an impeccable romantic comedy: Take one Hot Farmer plus one Saucy Heroine, and stir in the following ingredients: • A bunch of awkward encounters • A heavy dose of witty banter • A drizzle of instant attraction • Oodles of sizzling chemistry • A relationship with a short expiration date • Liberal use of adorable pet names • A generous helping of steamy scenes • A hilarious assortment of secondary characters • A small town where everyone knows your name…and your business Throw in a plot twist you don’t see coming, and you have Nuts--slow-cooked and seasoned to perfection, with just the right combination of sweet and spicy. Growing up, Roxie (the saucy heroine) is an endearingly awkward, small-town girl who wants nothing more than to reinvent herself. After high school, she strikes out on her own, finds success as a personal chef in LA, and then loses everything she has worked for in a matter of days. This leads to Roxie driving across the country to Bailey Falls, New York to help run her mother’s diner for the summer. To say she is unhappy about the situation is an understatement…until she meets Leo, that is. He’s a charming (and hot!) local farmer and the town’s Most Eligible Bachelor. From the moment they meet, their attraction is undeniable, and I truly loved Roxie and Leo together. I enjoyed the awkward first meeting, the butterflies of the getting-to-know-you stage, and every single phase after. Their relationship takes time to grow and it feels completely organic. I found myself rooting for them through all of the ups and downs they faced. I also enjoyed the secondary characters immensely. They were hilarious and added more depth of flavor to the story. I found myself laughing out loud several times, especially at Roxie's free-spirited mom. She's a trip, to say the least. In a nutshell, Nuts is fun, flirty, and wickedly witty. It left me with a hankering for a yummy farmer (and cake), and I can’t wait to read the next book, Cream.
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