The Secret Ingredient Kindle ¼ The Secret PDF/EPUB

The Secret Ingredient Kindle ¼ The Secret  PDF/EPUB
  • Paperback
  • 224 pages
  • The Secret Ingredient
  • Nina Harrington
  • 22 February 2017
  • 0373207581

The Secret Ingredient[Reading] ➽ The Secret Ingredient Author Nina Harrington – Essayreview.co.uk Lottie s top tips for dating Ignore all advances from inappropriate men Celebrity chef and notorious heartbreaker Rob Beresford can certainly flirt, but that doesn t mean his intentions are honorable Lottie s top tips for datingIgnore all advances from inappropriate men Celebrity chef and notorious heartbreaker Rob Beresford can certainly flirt, but that doesn t mean his intentions are honorableKeep your cool Rob is not a safe bet, so don t let him see that he gets you hot under your apronIfandfail, indulge in a wild fling with said inappropriate man Because remember, wild nights with no strings attached are this man s specialty But Lottie is about to discover that The Secret PDF/EPUB or Rob has a few secret ingredients to add to the mix, which could make her throw her tips out the window forever.


About the Author: Nina Harrington

Nina Harrington grew up in rural Northumberland, England, within walking distance of both heather moorland, and wonderful wild sandy beachesShe decided aged eleven, that her dream job was to be a librarian because then she could read all of the books in the public library whenever she wanted Many years later she took the bold decision to take a career break from working in the pharmaceutical industry to realise her dream of being a fiction writer No salary No contract but The Secret PDF/EPUB or following her heartThat decision had put over one and a half million copies of her romance books into the hands of readers inthan countries and translated into languagesSome of these books have won international awardsNina loves to read both suspense and contemporary romance, and is still a total fan girl when she meets her favourite authors at book signings and conferencesNina has worked in the UK, France and Spain, and enjoyed wonderful holidays in countries such as Greece, Switzerland, Austria, Jamaica, India, Nepal, Mauritius, Reunion and Portugal, but is now settled with her husband in Jane Austen country in the south of England When she is not creating stories, which make her readers smile, without the aid of pharmaceuticals, her hobbies are cooking, eating, enjoying good wine, and talking, for which she has had specialist training Nina currently writes contemporary crime novels and series romance for the Mills and Boon Modern Tempted Harlequin KISS lines and Carina UK, plus non fiction guides for other authors.


10 thoughts on “The Secret Ingredient

  1. says:

    I enjoyed Rob in the last book and was happy to see he got his own story And who better to put this cocky chef up against than the feisty Lottie who he fired years ago We get to learn some secrets about both characters and they keep us well entertained on the journey Though they do have a sexual relationship, we don t have to read the details, and that makes a book muchenjoyable for me It was fun to reconnect with Dee and Sean from last book also.

  2. says:

    They say everything happens for a reason The good, the bad and the ugly things.Except Lottie doesn t really buy into all that fandangled New Agey paths we take gobbledygook as far as she is concerned Rob is the reason she isn t where she should have been in her career, despite the fact she has done really well for herself.Not that Rob remembers being the obstacle in her cosmic path or her for that matter He seems to revel in the attention given to him and bask in the limelight of his success They say everything happens for a reason The good, the bad and the ugly things.Except Lottie doesn t really buy into all that fandangled New Agey paths we take gobbledygook as far as she is concerned Rob is the reason she isn t where she should have been in her career, despite the fact she has done really well for herself.Not that Rob remembers being the obstacle in her cosmic path or her for that matter He seems to revel in the attention given to him and bask in the limelight of his success The type who thinks you should kiss the ground he walks on.Lottie knows all of this and , and yet there is that little voice in her head saying go getcha some of that sweet hotness Yeh those voices in the head they can be pretty noisy in the temptation department and fairly quiet when it comes to giving good advice Acting on lust instinct instead of gut instinct might just take Lottie down a path she will regret.Or will she It seems as if the Rob she knew wasn t really ever the real Rob at all or is the new Rob just an act to seduce Lottie out the kitchen and into his bed This story connects to the characters Sean and Dee from Trouble On Her Doorstep They both make an appearance in this tasty tale of romance.I received a copy of this book courtesy of Harlequin UK and Mills Boon

  3. says:

    Review Posted on HarlequinJunkie.com 4.5 Stars Lottie knew somewhere in the back of her mind that she d see Rob Beresford again someday Dee was her very best friend, and she d most likely be marrying Rob s stepbrother someday However, she wasn t prepared to see him now At an art gallery where she was contracted to make all the food Of course, he didn t remember her from Eve, not even if he d almost ruined her career Read More Review Posted on HarlequinJunkie.com 4.5 Stars Lottie knew somewhere in the back of her mind that she d see Rob Beresford again someday Dee was her very best friend, and she d most likely be marrying Rob s stepbrother someday However, she wasn t prepared to see him now At an art gallery where she was contracted to make all the food Of course, he didn t remember her from Eve, not even if he d almost ruined her career Read More

  4. says:

    A weak 3 stars I liked it well enough for a lazy Sunny Sunday morning reading It s not innovative nor is it bad It s just that the plot is concentrated over a few days and I find it difficult to believe that two grown up adult with demanding careers would act the way Letty aka Charlie aka Charlotte and Rob do I did like that Harrington didn t shy away from the impact mental illness has on the immediate family It s rare to find a well enough balanced view of depression bipolarity It was a g A weak 3 stars I liked it well enough for a lazy Sunny Sunday morning reading It s not innovative nor is it bad It s just that the plot is concentrated over a few days and I find it difficult to believe that two grown up adult with demanding careers would act the way Letty aka Charlie aka Charlotte and Rob do I did like that Harrington didn t shy away from the impact mental illness has on the immediate family It s rare to find a well enough balanced view of depression bipolarity It was a good read for a lazy Sunday morning in the sun

  5. says:

    Okay, so I m in a bit of a Harlequin mood No easier way to get some books read, though I burn through them, and definitely enjoy them D This one was a bit rocky in the beginning, but he proved himself quickly enough Loved Lottie

  6. says:

    Hero and heroine are both chefs He s one of those angry chef types She s not going to put up with that, but she s helped him out with his bipolar mother, so he owes her She runs a tea room with his sister in law who does the tea The heroine does the cakes and other goodies Nice story.

  7. says:

    3.5 5 C

  8. says:

    3.5 stars.it was cute

  9. says:

    3.7

  10. says:

    The hero, though flawed, has enough redeeming features to make a spunky Lottie his perfect match RT Book Reviews 4 stars

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