Monday, January 21, 2013

Recipe for Satisfaction 18 +

The following review is for 18+ readers.
Recipe for Satisfaction
4 of 5 stars false
Being the financial caretaker for her deadbeat parents isn’t the life professional organizer Sterling Andrews dreamed of. Tired of being the dependable—and boring—daughter, Sterling decides to have a little fun. And what could be more fun than seducing rich bad boy chef, Jack Vaughn? Except, after one scintillating night together, Sterling’s not only lusting for Jack, she’s working for him. And remaining professional becomes harder every day.
Already a major success thanks to his exclusive restaurants, Jack Vaughn is looking for something more. Ultra responsible Sterling is unlike anyone Jack has met…but she’s his employee. Unwilling to give her up, Jack makes Sterling an offer she can’t refuse—for four sexy weekends, he’ll indulge her most wicked fantasies with no professional strings attached. But will mixing business with pleasure spell disaster? Or will they find the recipe for satisfaction?


This book was a surprise and a real little gem!
Gina Gordon, please tell me we will be seeing more from the Makewood brothers!!
I can just see a beautiful little series being made from this family of men.
Brothers by circumstance we have, Finn, Cole, Neil and Jack, all taken from foster care to live with, wealthy woman Vivien Makewood. She helps these boys grow into the men they are, she loved them and they loved her back. Unfortunately when you start this book, their mother has just passed away from a long battle with breast cancer. All the boys are feeling it..
Beautiful, caring, "doormat" Sterling, has been taken advantage of by her parents since she can remember. Her parents are gambling addicts and are in debt up to their eyeballs and dragging Sterling down with them.
The poor girl needs some fun and this is where Jack comes in. Bad boy Jack has a reputation as a ladies man and all around hedonist. Sterling is tired of being responsible all the time and it getting her no where, so they make a deal to "help" each other. This is where the book got fun, this is where the book got steamy.
The back and forth conversations between the couple were lively. Jack was the perfect gentlemen but also hot and dangerous, the perfect date for Sterling, broadening her horizons, getting her to let her hair down.
The steam factor was zinging; Jack is a master at looking after the ladies, if you know what I mean. Very caring, just what you want in a man.
So my amusement level was very high, I was well entertained and well satisfied.
Very pleasant read, I would recommend it to all those who love a nice contemporary romance.
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