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  • Fantastic

    This was a fantastic book. The second in the series but easily read standalone. It's filled with humor, romance, revenge. All the good stuff! Knox and Emily are great characters and I thought they worked perfectly together. Knox has one thing on his mind when he arrives at Briscoe Ranch Resort. Revenge! His now deceased father was cut out of the family fortune so making the rest of the Briscoe family pay is his one goal. What he doesn't expect is meeting the fiery and passionate Emily Ford and developing feelings not only for her but the rest of the Briscoe Clan. Turns out his father may not have been completely honest in his retelling of events. Will the secrets be too much for Knox to handle? Definitely a book I recommend!

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  • Contemporary Romance

    A haunted thirty year old truck driven by Knox Briscoe is only one aspect of this story that is quirky…there is also an attack carp named Phantom and a motor-scooter riding cane-wielding grandmother. Knox is bent on revenge against his uncle, Ty Briscoe, having been raised by his father to believe Ty did them out of their fair share of inheriting Briscoe Ranch. He has a plan and will stick to it…if he can. Little does he realize that what he thinks is true and what actually is true might not be the same. Emily Ford is a gifted chef that creates dishes based on inspiration she intuits from the person she is cooking for. Her dream is to have her own restaurant on Briscoe Ranch and she is willing to work hard to achieve that goal. Knox, bringing investment money in to upgrade the ranch, wants a five-star chef rather than Emily but gives her a chance to prove herself and change his mind. Both Emily and Knox have issues to work through before they can achieve a happily ever after and help to put Briscoe Ranch back on course. I find it interesting that this series is not based on only Briscoe family members but instead on people in the community or working on the ranch. I look forward to the next book in the series and wonder if Haylie or any of the other Briscoe’s will have their stories told in future books. I also liked the men at Murph’s Gym and wouldn’t mind seeing some of those men star in a book, too. Thank you to NetGalley and St. Martin’s Press for the ARC of this novel to read in exchange for my honest review. 4.5 Stars

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  • Awesome Read!

    One More Taste by Melissa Cutler is a fantastic read. Ms Cutler has delivered a well written, awesome book. Knox and Emily's story is loaded with tension. It's packed with drama, humor and spice. And the spice isn't from Emily's cooking. Ms Cutler has crafted amazing characters that make this book a pleasure to read. From the main characters to secondary characters right down to the truck and the fish with an attitude, they're all fabulous. I enjoyed One More Taste and look forward to reading more from Melissa Cutler in the future. One More Taste is book 2 in the One And Only Texas Series but can be read as a standalone. This is a complete book, not a cliff-hanger. I voluntarily reviewed an Advance Reader Copy of this book that I received from NetGalley.

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