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A sizzling debut novel starring a sexy TV chef who steams up more than just entrees She wasn’t his kind of dish-until someone turned up the heat. The other day I was in the mood for a Contemporary Romance that was a little bit more on the sexy side. Think something like Toni Blake’s. A sizzling debut novel starring a sexy TV chef who steams up more than just entrees She wasn’t his kind of dish-until someone turned up the heat Celebrity .

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Do you know what I was thinking now? Participants’ Lists Thread Apr 06, Hot in Here by Sophie Renwick.

Her thick hair tumbled to her shoulders and Bryce smoothed it back, caressing her collar bone. Let us know your thoughts in the comment box below! A couple of times she had me wanting to reach inside the book and give her a little shake!

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Become a LibraryThing Author. The book has a story to tell and it’s being told. I like dirty talk, but you’re doing something wrong if you guys are full out monologuing each other during sex.

Yes, Bryce might want to indulge and immerse himself in the heady sensation of being thoroughly satisfied in the sack. Recommended for those who love highly sensual and erotic contemporary romances with a hero who can cook up a storm.

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Hamilton and much more. He didn’t hesitate like I expected him to. He was slow and lazy with his kisses, but masterful. There are no discussion topics on this book yet. The next morning Jenna suddenly decides that’s not how her plan should go, she doesn’t want him to regret it, and – what a marvelous idea – she’ll be a player.

I liked the main character Bryce, although I think the author could have done more with his job as a chef. But as more lies pile up, Bryce needs to do some fast talking or he may very well end up the way he’d always imagined – alone. Renwick gave them their own identity — they were themselves first before we see them as a sister, a brother, a daughter or a son.

Although I didn’t particularly like Jenna and her crazy plans or Bryce and his reluctance to “love” I loved their dynamic, heat and romance. The book had a good pace and with the changing scenery I was not bored at all with the drive of the book. While her own heart has been engaged for years on end, Jenna’s hesitant to tell Bryce her own words of love. Members Reviews Popularity Average rating Mentions 68 33.

She moaned and twisted, but he held her in place with one hand on her hip as he penetrated her deep and slow. Its amazing the amount of times you hear or learn about the couples that kept getting it wrong because they didn’t see what was in front of I read this one with my husband for a steamy read on our cruise, not that we needed to create any mind you but sometimes its fun to read together.

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Bottom Line A sweet story with loveable characters that is a credit to Ms. A sizzling debut novel starring a sexy TV chef who steams up more than just entrees He turns to the one person he trusts enough to help him out of his mess — Jenna McCabe.

Usually avoid too much graphic sex, by this might be something different. Sign in with Facebook Sign in ssophie. He doesn’t want her. Make sure to accept our cookies in order to get the best experience out of this website. The main phrase that comes to mind when I think of the sex scenes in this book is “trying too hard.

#Rollbackweek Review: Hot in Here by Sophie Renwick

This is what Jenna has always desired, a night with beautiful Bryce, but what will she do now? All kinds of hot and cold misunderstandings ensue, and it takes some intervention and scheming by his brother and her sister to get things sorted sophis. She wasn’t his kind of dish-until someone turned up the heat Something that would have been interesting to hear: The characters did that too much thinking thing that I hate.