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A New Adult Romance Story Mixing the highly charged hormones of a young woman with a handsome and sexy master chef is a sure fire recipe for disaster. Will Kiara be able to focus on her work and achieve her dream? Or will the drama unfolding around her turn that dream into a nightmare? ***Due to sexually graphic content and language that some may find offensive, this boo A New Adult Romance Story Mixing the highly charged hormones of a young woman with a handsome and sexy master chef is a sure fire recipe for disaster. Will Kiara be able to focus on her work and achieve her dream? Or will the drama unfolding around her turn that dream into a nightmare? ***Due to sexually graphic content and language that some may find offensive, this book is intended for mature readers only*** Trying to win a competition for best chef is cut-throat business. Kiara Sands has just won the opportunity of a lifetime. After working her way through high-school and her first two years at Le Cordon Bleu College of Culinary Arts, she is awarded the chance to compete with two other culinary students for a coveted apprenticeship at one of Austin’s most popular restaurants. When she arrives at Fission, she has no idea just how much her life is going to change. She is immediately introduced to Jenny Foster and Robbs Martin, her competitors in the cut-throat competition. The only thing Kiara finds more distracting than Robbs’ hateful attitude is the handsome executive chef, Paul Weston. It doesn’t help matters that Paul is quite taken by Kiara, and showers her with more attention than he gives her competitors. Download the story to find out what happens.


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A New Adult Romance Story Mixing the highly charged hormones of a young woman with a handsome and sexy master chef is a sure fire recipe for disaster. Will Kiara be able to focus on her work and achieve her dream? Or will the drama unfolding around her turn that dream into a nightmare? ***Due to sexually graphic content and language that some may find offensive, this boo A New Adult Romance Story Mixing the highly charged hormones of a young woman with a handsome and sexy master chef is a sure fire recipe for disaster. Will Kiara be able to focus on her work and achieve her dream? Or will the drama unfolding around her turn that dream into a nightmare? ***Due to sexually graphic content and language that some may find offensive, this book is intended for mature readers only*** Trying to win a competition for best chef is cut-throat business. Kiara Sands has just won the opportunity of a lifetime. After working her way through high-school and her first two years at Le Cordon Bleu College of Culinary Arts, she is awarded the chance to compete with two other culinary students for a coveted apprenticeship at one of Austin’s most popular restaurants. When she arrives at Fission, she has no idea just how much her life is going to change. She is immediately introduced to Jenny Foster and Robbs Martin, her competitors in the cut-throat competition. The only thing Kiara finds more distracting than Robbs’ hateful attitude is the handsome executive chef, Paul Weston. It doesn’t help matters that Paul is quite taken by Kiara, and showers her with more attention than he gives her competitors. Download the story to find out what happens.

30 review for Fifty Recipes For Disaster, Book 1

  1. 5 out of 5

    Coco.V

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  2. 5 out of 5

    Mary Stockwell

    Could have been much better It's really too bad that the writing is so juvenile. Especially the sex scenes. They are awful. The plot has really good potential. The author should have focused more on developing the story and characters and less on the sex scenes. Could have been much better It's really too bad that the writing is so juvenile. Especially the sex scenes. They are awful. The plot has really good potential. The author should have focused more on developing the story and characters and less on the sex scenes.

  3. 5 out of 5

    EatSleepReadReview

    A copy of this book was received in exchange for an honest review. Kiara Sands is on the precipice of a budding culinary career. As a second-year student at Le Cordon Blue, she is awarded the opportunity to vie for an apprenticeship at local Austin hotspot, Fission. Unfortunately, she has two fiercely competitive opponents from neighboring schools with their sights set on the same prize, and a chance to work under esteemed Chef Paul Weston would boost each of their careers immensely. Soon after th A copy of this book was received in exchange for an honest review. Kiara Sands is on the precipice of a budding culinary career. As a second-year student at Le Cordon Blue, she is awarded the opportunity to vie for an apprenticeship at local Austin hotspot, Fission. Unfortunately, she has two fiercely competitive opponents from neighboring schools with their sights set on the same prize, and a chance to work under esteemed Chef Paul Weston would boost each of their careers immensely. Soon after the start of the competition, fellow participants, Robbs and Jenny, begin to take offense to Chef Paul's growing interest in Kiara. Working in cahoots, they formulate a plan to sabotage Kiara's chance of winning by eliminating her from the competition. When an emotionally-guarded Kiara begins to break down her protective walls and trust Paul, Robbs and Jenny drop a bomb forcing her to reevaluate whether she is cut out for this competition, and simultaneously destroy her opportunity to have a meaningful relationship with Paul. Author Carla Coxwell's writing is clean and straightforward, which I very much enjoy. She takes you on a food journey that will have your stomach grumbling at midnight as you read Kiara's story. The details of their culinary world place you directly in the kitchen as if you are watching a reputable cooking competition. Because I am a lover of food, I held onto every description, envisioning the plate right in front of me. I have to give the author well-deserved kudos for that. When I read the legal disclaimer at the start of this book, which states, “Do not try any new sexual practice that you find in this book. It is fiction and not to be confused with reality”, I thought to myself, Man, I’m going to come out of this with a brand new appreciation for ladles and green olives. Regrettably, the steamy scenes are short-lived and the only real risk when reenacting them is the potential to be slapped with a minor health code violation (sex on the bar top). Brief sex scenes are fine as long as the romance is there, but sadly this book fell short of the components I crave in a true love story. There is zero sexual tension, and visceral descriptions (racing hearts, shivers, longing looks) that reinforce a connection do not make an appearance until the last 10% of the story. When they are revealed, they are lackluster and it was already far too late for me to buy into the idea Paul and Kiara had been pining over one another from the moment they met. It’s evident the author is talented, and her descriptions plant you in the moment, however, for me, the romance lacks personal warmth and is too forced to believable. That being said, the second installment of this series will most certainly start off interesting and perhaps the reader will be offered a more in-depth view of Kiara and Paul’s love for each other.

  4. 4 out of 5

    Piepie

    I loved the descriptions of the food in this book! Sadly, that's probably the only thing I liked in this book. The writing was lackluster at best, and the characters entirely un-engaging. The bulk of the story was written in 1st person, and it threw me off when suddenly it switched to 3rd person. I will not be continuing this saga. I loved the descriptions of the food in this book! Sadly, that's probably the only thing I liked in this book. The writing was lackluster at best, and the characters entirely un-engaging. The bulk of the story was written in 1st person, and it threw me off when suddenly it switched to 3rd person. I will not be continuing this saga.

  5. 4 out of 5

    Trina Carpenter

    Just bad!!! so Where do I begin. I don't know the author Carla Coxwell so I'm not sure of her age. But after reading book one and book two, I'm thinking she must be very young and inexperienced. Kiara and Paul and every character in the books are so immature I'm not sure how this got published but I'm thinking there wasn't much thought put into it. Just bad!!! so Where do I begin. I don't know the author Carla Coxwell so I'm not sure of her age. But after reading book one and book two, I'm thinking she must be very young and inexperienced. Kiara and Paul and every character in the books are so immature I'm not sure how this got published but I'm thinking there wasn't much thought put into it.

  6. 5 out of 5

    Leslie Reed

    Disaster I believe "disaster" is the key word here from the title. This book has a week plot with a conflict that doesn't completely play out in a logical way. The characters' traits are weekly developed. The writing was mediocre at best. Disaster I believe "disaster" is the key word here from the title. This book has a week plot with a conflict that doesn't completely play out in a logical way. The characters' traits are weekly developed. The writing was mediocre at best.

  7. 4 out of 5

    Stephanie Lewis

  8. 4 out of 5

    A.R. Von

  9. 4 out of 5

    Mariah Bowman

  10. 5 out of 5

    Sherri

  11. 4 out of 5

    Abby

  12. 5 out of 5

    tracey smith

  13. 4 out of 5

    Francis Devlin

  14. 5 out of 5

    dennis romanszysn

  15. 4 out of 5

    jaime

  16. 4 out of 5

    Mary

  17. 5 out of 5

    Alice Majkrzak

  18. 5 out of 5

    Thess

  19. 4 out of 5

    mary turner

  20. 5 out of 5

    Jenny

  21. 4 out of 5

    Elizabeth

  22. 5 out of 5

    Shantel

  23. 4 out of 5

    pam

  24. 4 out of 5

    Michele Garcia

  25. 4 out of 5

    Lisa Okoniewski

  26. 5 out of 5

    Judy R.

  27. 5 out of 5

    Kenny Blank

  28. 5 out of 5

    Patricia

  29. 4 out of 5

    Karen Fischer

  30. 5 out of 5

    Doris

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