A young food photographer's appetites are awakened when she is swept off her feet by a handsome billionaire gourmand.
Beautiful and talented Catherine Kelly is starting over as a food photographer in Chicago. With her painful past buried in California, she's focused on her career and is hungry for little else - until she meets a wealthy bachelor with arresting blue-grey eyes filled with enough tragedy to match her own. William Lambourne is rich, powerful, and gorgeous - and as talented in the kitchen as he is in the bedroom. From the moment they meet, William is determined to discover the perfect recipe to unlock Cat's resolve, awaken her senses, and make her his own. Book 1 in The Epicurean series, A Taste of You will leave you hungry…for more!
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"Book One in Series - Will Not Continue"
A Taste of You is Book One in the Epicurean Series. It is about a young food photographer, Catherine, who is swept off her feet by a handsome billionaire. Sound familiar?
Catherine is a young widow having only been married six months before her husband was killed in a car accident. Of course she blames herself for this.
Billionaire, William has a secret past as well. It was dramatic and we are only given hints about it in this book with a huge cliffhanger.
It was okay at the beginning but became repetitious and drawn out. I am not even tempted to continue the series – there was a lot of mature situations but they became repetitive, in my opinion.
The narrator was adequate but not someone I will seek out in the future.
Note: Mature themes, Strong Language
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The characters are too over the top dramatic and the plot starts getting too repetitive and predictive after a while. This story is very cliche.
"Not just another 50 Shades wanna be"
Has a believable story without the over the top affectations of similar books. Graphic but believable intimate encounters, wrapped in the story of a likeable character.
Ending leaves you wanting for more.......which is the idea since there's a sequel.
One of the best female narrators in the business. Even carries you through the slow parts with compelling narration. Does the graphic scenes in an entertaining, not tawdry, way.
The love stories about naïve young women who are swept off their feet by lonely, handsome billionaires is growing tiresome, but this story and this narrator really put an interesting twist on it.
"Not very original"
A young, beautiful girl moves from California with her gay best friend to start over after tragedy. She literally bumps into a gorgeous, tall, dark billionaire who immediately is obsessed with her. She says no, but she can't resist him.
If you think "boy, that sounds just like the Crossfire series", you would be right. And the similarities don't end there. Their first sexual encounter is pretty much identical. Their first date is a formal event. Her relationship with her mom/dad is pretty much the same. There are long, drawn out sex scenes with too much dirty talk that no one would ever use. There is even a military type driver. Sigh.
I couldn't get into the characters, or find any chemistry between them. It felt too forced too soon. It needed a little more romance, less sex.
"total ripoff of Bared to you!!"
this book was a complete retelling of Bared to You with the character names changed.
write something original
Sorry, not for me
"Ruined My Appetite"
Boooooooooring. Even the food she was describing did not seem appealing to me. I can't believe I bothered to finish this book. I should have pushed my plate away.
"Not a Fan of this book"
This book didn't do anything for me. The narration could have been much better. The plot was poor and I couldn't wait for it to be over.
Great story, well written and performed. Honest emotion. Relatable relationships. And Hot, hot, hot and yummy romance scenes. The food scenes made my mouth water, too!
"Love is a healer"
Although it was typical, I really enjoyed this love story. William and Kat need each other very much. Good food.
Not the ones that are well written.
Her male voices sound like teen age boys. They are not commanding at all, giving the male characters very little credibility.
loving this series and can't wait for no 3 , please hurry .... well worth the read and thoughtly enjoyable
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