Kitchen Affairs by Brooke Cumberland
My rating: 5 of 5 stars
I bought this book because it was $.99!! I mean who doesn't love a book that is $.99? Brooke touches on a subject that is more common that we know. No not the rich and famous, the employee falls for the employer. I read some of the reviews to get what people had thought of the book before I read the book. Some of the reviews that I had read stated that they couldn’t follow the story at all, they felt that it was too jumpy and didn’t make any sense. Well, I felt like I was reading (or watching cuz I have a very active imagination) a Quentin Tarantino script/movie/book. It flowed very well and it made sense when there were flash backs. This is not a slam on Brooke at all, I love anything that Tarantino does. You have to have flashbacks in the book so you can understand where Molly is coming from and why she is the way that she is. Molly has a heart that is full of love, but she is very guarded about who she gives it to. She has known what it feels like to lose someone that you love. Drake has a reputation that precedes him, and Molly knows who is he is; she has done her homework. Yet, she feels something for him. Drake is the same way, he’s done his homework on Molly and knows she is different that all the others. The love that Brooke has put into the book just flows off of the pages. There is passion and love. A love that is epic. I did get upset and started yelling at the book that Molly was being stupid and not thinking. But that was very short lived. There is tons of hot, steamy sex in this book, it just shows that the two characters are very much into each other, like they are teenagers in high school that can’t keep their hands off each other. Brooke is a fantastic writer and I can’t wait to read more of her work!!
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