Cooking Up a Storm - Emma Holly Reviews
Description:ISBN 0352341149 / Author: Emma Holly / Genre: Fiction
Newest Review: ... death. Abby is having financial difficulties and jumps at a stranger's offer of help. Abby takes this chef on (storm). ... more
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Emma Holly Cooking up a Storm (Black Lace)
The Coates Inn restaurant in Cape Cod is about to go out of busin ...
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Cooking up a storm is a Black lace title written by Emma Holly It is an Erotic fiction written by a woman for women. It is about a Businesswoman called Abby, the owner of The Coates Inn, which was left to her and her 2 sisters upon their dad’s death. Abby is having financial difficulties and jumps at a stranger's offer of help. Abby takes this chef on (storm). He claims to have an aphrodisiac menu that her patrons won't be able to resist. He gets the restaurant up and running, with business booming. He also Awakens Abby into a whole new sexual world, she does things that she never before would have dreamt of, they hide ... Read the complete review
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