Being the financial caretaker for her deadbeat parents isn’t the life professional organizer Sterling Andrews dreamed of. Tired of being the dependable—and boring—daughter, Sterling decides to have a little fun. And what could be more fun than seducing rich bad boy chef, Jack Vaughn? Except, after one scintillating night together, Sterling’s not only lusting for Jack, she’s working for him. And remaining professional becomes harder every day.
Already a major success thanks to his exclusive restaurants, Jack Vaughn is looking for something more. Ultra responsible Sterling is unlike anyone Jack has met…but she’s his employee. Unwilling to give her up, Jack makes Sterling an offer she can’t refuse—for four sexy weekends, he’ll indulge her most wicked fantasies with no professional strings attached. But will mixing business with pleasure spell disaster? Or will they find the recipe for satisfaction?
Release date: January 1st 2013
This is a new series and I actually loved Jack. I don’t know why but lately I’ve been reading lots of books related to kitchen and romances. How knew this was such a great topic for a quick connection to sex.
I liked Sterling, but she could had a normal life for a long time and kept helping her parents even after years of them showing how bad they were and that they never wanted to change in the first place. The interesting part was how she loved her sisters. She could live with them and everything would be better already.
But since nothing is perfect in this books, Sterling needed one night stand to just forget life and problems for awhile and her friend helped by granting access to a party with lots of fancy guys, the only problem was the setting. Sterling had no idea she would be so nauseous in a huge boat.
So Jack met Sterling while she was sick and actually liked her enough to continue thinking about her after a couple of months of solitude. It was really interesting seeing his reasons and how much in hurt him to be considered that selfish, but Sterling was great to him and really helped him move on after his mother died.
I liked these two together and they helped each other to grow as a person during the month they spent together, we can see Sterling more strong and Jack showing a soft side.