ABOUT THE BOOK
Sean and Darby love food - but is their relationship a recipe for disaster - Or a chance to make kitchen magic?
Find out in Dinner for Two, Book 1 in The Queensbay contemporary romance series
Sean Callahan was a hot shot big city chef whose high handed ways got him into trouble one too many times. Now he's in a small town hoping for another shot at the big leagues.
Darby Reese is a big city lawyer who can bake like an angel. Unfortunately, a life lived according to the law has left her burned out. So when the chance comes to run her family's deli in the small town of Queensbay, Darby's happy to take it.
But when Sean, the former chef du jour walks into her kitchen, she's definitely not prepared for sparks to fly. Will the two of them be able to find the recipe for happily ever after?
Book one in the Queensbay Series, a contemporary romance series.
It had been another perfect day in Queensbay, with a blue sky and strong breeze, but now there was a different feel to the air. A bank of gray clouds was building out to the east, and the breeze had quickened. Still, over the town, sun reigned.
“What are you doing?” Sean asked.
She hazarded a glance up and explained, “The air. It’s changed. Rain’s coming.”
“Still looks sunny to me.” Sean pointed toward the blue sky out to the west.
“Look out to the east, out over the water, toward the ocean. Looks like a squall is coming through.”
“Guess I’ll have to trust you on that,” Sean said, his voice light.
She stared into those liquid brown eyes and tried to control the reaction in her body, the way her stomach did a flip flop before sending out a call for the rest of her to do a happy dance. Seriously, she knew that Sean Callahan was not a good person. Why, then, did she feel that familiar tightening, the clutch of desire just south of her churning stomach?
Something almost like a giggle escaped from her. She told herself not to be so nervous. She had nothing to worry about. Sean Callahan had sought her out. If she had been one of her clients and this had been a negotiation or some sort of a deal, she would have told her client to act cool, collected, let Sean do all the talking, see what he wanted. See where this was going to go.
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