Monday, April 14, 2014

Cooking Up a Seduction by Jenna Bayley-Burke


Jenna Bayley-Burke is a domestic engineer, freelance writer, award-winning recipe developer, romance novelist, cookbook author and freebie fanatic. Blame it on television, a high-sugar diet or ADD; she finds life too interesting to commit to one thing—except her high-school sweetheart, two blueberry-eyed boys and a perfect baby girl. Her stories, both naughty and nice, are available everywhere.

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Love never tasted so sweet...

Sexy venture capitalist Cameron Price takes the helm of the Seattle branch of the firm to prove he has what it takes to lead the entire company. Unfortunately, his boss thinks what it takes for a workaholic like Cam is a wife!

To fend off the matrimonally inclined, Cameron has to think fast. Inspired by the dazzling green eyes of the gorgeous caterer, he proposes the kind of innovative arrangement he's known for. If Lauren Brody will spend a few weeks on his arm networking at events, she'll be able to raise the profile of Come For Dinner catering and book more clients than she ever dreamed.

But Lauren has a plan of her own and tempts Cameron to play along. She convinces Mr. Buttoned-Up-Tight they can have some serious fun on his piano, in his kitchen, and behind closed doors. But it's dangerous to keep a lid on something so hot. And a relationship was never on Cameron's agenda...


WARNING : Indulge at your own risk! Cravings for exotic fruit, decadent delights, erotic fashion & steaming hot nights of pleasure have been reported.

Q) What inspired you to write this story? 
Cooking Up A Storm was fueled by my passion for cooking, and for finding that one person you can be yourself with. Food, comfort & comedy.

Q) How long did it take you to write? 
Honestly? 6 weeks from idea to edited and polished. I was on deadline for Mills & Boon and they'd rejected story I'd written prior.

Q) What is your favorite thing about writing? 
Playing with the words to make the serious fun. But writing this book it was the food and fun pictures of provocative vegetables.

Q) What is your least favorite thing about writing? 
About writing? Nothing. About being an author? Promotion. I really should have studied marketing in college.

Q) If you could be any famous person for one day, who would you be and why? 
My instinct is to say Jane Austen, but I'm a big fan of indoor plumbing. Maybe I could be Oprah and recommend romance novels.

Q) What is the oldest thing in your fridge and how old is it? 
My fridge pissed itself last month, so it's squeaky clean right now. I did find three jars of mustard of unknown origin. I'm guessing my father found the French's I keep for hot dogs and found it lacking.

Q) What can readers expect from you in the future? 
This summer my sexy fire fighter romp Just One Spark releases, as well as the next installment in the Under the Caribbean Sun series, Caribbean Cowboy.

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