#1, Ponderosa Resort Romantic Comedies
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Sean Bracelyn can whip up a saffron-laced lobster risotto in his sleep, but relationships? That's one recipe he hasn't nailed. Not that he has time, between launching a new restaurant and building a luxury resort with his awkwardly-blended family. But when his dream girl nearly knocks him unconscious with a dead turkey, it's all Sean can do to keep his eyes on the gazpacho and off Amber King's perfect curves.
Amber's done with guys propping her on a pedestal. Transforming her family's reindeer ranch into a country chic wedding venue is consuming enough, and the last thing she needs is an extra serving of love drama. So what is it about the stupid-sexy chef that gets her desires bubbling like a pot of hot spaghetti?
Keeping their distance is tough enough before Sean and Amber get tossed together by wacky weddings, lingerie mishaps, and a surly three-legged cat. When Sean's mom shows up to dish out huge helpings of family drama, a big secret threatens to spread faster than a kitchen fire.
Can Sean and Amber find the right blend of sugar and spice, or will love fall flat as a burnt soufflé?
Sweet And Sexy, With A Side Of Laughter
I’ve long been a fan of Tawna Fenske, and her latest doesn’t disappoint. Amber and Sean are a great couple and it was fun getting to know them and being introduced to at least a few of Sean’s siblings. Amber was first introduced in the fantastic “Studmuffin Santa” and I’m glad she found her own happily ever after. Tawna is building a wonderful, quirky, hilarious and sexy world with this new series, and Sean and Amber start it off right. I almost always develop a crush on Tawna’s guys, and Sean has definitely been added to the list. This book was sweet, sexy, touching and funny. I can’t wait for more adventures at the Ponderosa Resort!
Disclaimer: I received a copy of this book in return for an honest review.
I was surprised at how much I enjoyed this book. I did not think the author could top Studmuffin Santa, but she did. Sean and Amber are so perfect for each other and yet they wreak havoc on each other's emotions.
The underlying theme in this book appears to be self confidence and trust, both in yourself and others. Amber doesn't trust herself to pick a guy who will stick. Sean has been hiding a family secret for years from everyone. Can these two trust each other enough to open up and show their demons? Ms. Fenske knows how to weave everyday issues into a story and make it real.
And the meatball massacre ... I have never laughed so hard. I'm beginning to think the author had this actually happen to her in real life. There's no other way to be able to describe the scene in such detail unless you've lived through it.
A definite read. Yes it has a little bit of heaviness, but it also has fun and adventure.