Summary

Talk about kitchen nightmares! TV chef Rocky and foodie blogger Jesse have been pals forever, so it should have been the most natural thing in the world to kick their relationship up a notch. Instead, it turned out to be a disaster. But Christmas is the season of love, and someone's cooking up a sweet surprise....
This story can also be found in the Comfort and Joy anthology.
©2014 Josh Lanyon (P)2015 Josh Lanyon
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5 out of 5 stars
By HaloLove on 19-08-16

Michael Ferraiuolo narration style is so endearing 💖

I just adore Michael Ferraiuolo narration style. There are moments and certain words that are so endearing when he speaks.

He truly brought this lovely tale to life.

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5 out of 5 stars
By Chocalicious on 02-11-15

Lovely

Absolutely loved this! It reminded me more of a Mary Calmes/Greg Tremblay combo, but it was just wonderful. Not Mr. Lanyon's usual crime story but a story about love and second chances. Short and sweet. Packed with emotions. Friends to lovers to ex-lovers to lovers again. Nicely done! Great narration. As usual, Mr. Lanyon found the perfect narrator! Highly recommended. Grab some hot chocolate and snuggle up and enjoy! :-)

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