I would consider this book to be a little bit or romance, drama and non-fiction reality tv. When Celebrity Chef Maxwell and Culinary channel star Hadley go head to head in competition it is more than Hadley ever expected. She meets her challenge to keep her cool and move forward, no matter what Chef Max throws at her. Cheif Max has a heated temper and a big ego, until the two come together, he realizes he just may have met his match. After the competition is over, things take a turn, is it for the worse or better for both chefs? Can they keep their status of television stars and their fans while going head to head or will they decide it is better to work together.
I found this book slow to my reading, it seemed like it dragged on. It was a good book, but I wasn't tempted to keep reading it. I would read, put down, and then pick up again when I had time. It was not big on faith as my usual readings, but I am a fan of reality cooking shows, so that was what kept my interest. I would recommend to anyone that wants just a light read for a lazy afternoon and a read where you don't have to concentrate. I think my big problem was, I was so excited to read this book and then it was not as interesting to me as I thought it would be.
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