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    Enjoyable

    Rachel Harris is a new author to me and I have no idea why that is. This was a faced paced book that captured and held my attention from the start. Although not a particularly long story, the author managed to pack quite a bit in to it. The characters were likeable and I found myself becoming invested in Colby Robicheaux and Jason Landry’s story. Despite their painful pasts both Colby and Jason are determined to move forward and forge a future, will it be together or will the pain and betrayals from the past keep these two apart? I loved Colby and Jason both separately and together and his daughter was Emma was a treat to read about. I also thought that Colby’s brother and sister were great characters and I hope they get their own stories. Although this is my first book form Rachel Harris, it will not be my last.
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    Taste the Heat

    Colby comes back to town to help out on the family restaurant her first job is as a judge in a cooking competition between different towns, little does she know that her one time crush Jason is competing. Jason and one of the other participants are getting ready for judging when one notices Colby and makes a comment about the hot chick, Jason looks up and is instantly hooked he flirts with her in front of all the town folk not realising who she is until her brother and his best friend joins her to announce the winner. Colby and Emma, Jason's daughter have an instant connection and she encourages her father to ask Colby out, but Colby's brother is not impressed at all and expresses his feelings to Jase, they take things further but she is scared of letting love in will Jason be able to change her mind
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    Incredible Read!! Loved It!

    Absolutely loved this story! Colby has to return home to small town near Nola to help with her family's restaurant that is floundering since the death of her father. Colby left town over 10 years ago to become a chef and has her own successful restaurant in Las Vegas. Saying she doesn't want to be home is an understatement. No one knows but Colby why she left town and never returned with the rare exception for funerals. Her brother Cain keeps the books and paperwork going, her younger sister Sherry waits tables and keeps the front in check, but they lack a proper chef. Colby's first little duty in to judge a firefighter cook off and it's there she sees Jason, her teenage crush and brothers best friend. She gingerly does the taste tasting and declares Jason the winner. Colby isn't aware that Jason is now a single dad raising his 11 year old daughter. Jason is attracted to Colby, Colby of course to Jason, but Colby has an endgame in sight, she is only staying until the end of summer. To get the family restaurant back on it's feet, get the kitchen in order and leaving as soon as she can. She doesn't plan on falling for Jason and his 11 year old daughter who loves playing matchmaker. Em needs a woman in her life but Jason having lost the love of his life isn't willing to risk himself again. Colby and Jason each have their own secrets. Slowly they open up to each other. Meanwhile trying to manage the restaurant and respective jobs. Colby's made some noticeable changes in the Robicheaux menu and people are talking, she's added some Italian dishes and dropped some of the local cajun favorites. The recipes she learned at her father's side while growing up, those she learned to perfect. There's a reason why Colby won't cook her father's recipes. A reason only she knows. While Jason is determined to make Colby fall back in love with the food that she loves but refuses to serve, we watch as their relationship unfolds, along with Cain giving his best friend his sternest warning about Colby and the ever growing affection between Colby and Em. Stellar writing, an amazing love story; one woven with secrets and pain and set in one of my favorite foodie places, it's a must read. That said, it's worth reading again. One you'll want to keep on your shelf. I'm so looking forward to reading Cain's story.
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