Can't Stand the Heat by Louisa Edwards

2-star
Food critic accepts challenge to spend time being part of restaurant preparation as way of critiquing attractive chef's culinary arts. But sometimes abrasive heroine is really trying to write a tell-all book about it. Attraction between Hero & heroine happens in the meantime. 

I was not at all impressed with this Edwards's book as a romance. Details about behind the scenes in a restaurant was interesting, informative, & pretty much makes up the whole book. The romance in this one was only secondary. 

Boring romance but maybe worth the look if interested stories with food or restaurant dynamics.

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