Yes Chef, No Chef

Yes Chef No Chef Can kneading bread dough be erotic when your man is behind you nibbling at your ear And is it always bad manners to refuse an invite into your hunky neighbours greenhouse to examine his glorious courg

  • Title: Yes Chef, No Chef
  • Author: Susan Willis
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 412
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • Can kneading bread dough be erotic when your man is behind you nibbling at your ear And is it always bad manners to refuse an invite into your hunky neighbours greenhouse to examine his glorious courgettes Those are just two of the issues Katie has to wrestle with in this sparkling romantic comedy from Susan Willis When Katie s partner Tim lands a dream job as the head cCan kneading bread dough be erotic when your man is behind you nibbling at your ear And is it always bad manners to refuse an invite into your hunky neighbours greenhouse to examine his glorious courgettes Those are just two of the issues Katie has to wrestle with in this sparkling romantic comedy from Susan Willis When Katie s partner Tim lands a dream job as the head chef at a smart London restaurant, he suddenly changes.From the sweet natured, food loving guy she fell for, he becomes unbearably arrogant Yes Chef, No Chef respond his cowed assistants as he barks orders at them across a steamy kitchen But when he starts thinking he can treat Katie like that as well, she won t stand for it After a huge row, she walks out on him.With the help of her two close friends she rebuilds her single life, starts a catering business and soon discovers she can make a huge success of it As the business grows and grows, Tim realises what he has lost when he let her go.But when he wants her back, Katie does not know what to do.Will she say Yes, Chef Or No, Chef

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    1. DNFI tried, and tried again and then tried again after thatAnd I don't think I've ever said this about a book this length, but holy freaking hell, it seriously, seriously needed to be a novella. It's the story that doesn't end keeps going and going and goingd half of it, is IMO totally unnecessarywe get descriptions of everythingEvery new place gets an overly long and in depth description, and then for most if not all secondary as well as minor characters characters, we get in depth character st [...]

    2. For a free Kindle book this wasn't half bad.It is very typical chick-lit, the synopsis tells you everything you the key plot points and your common sense tells you exactly how this tale is going to end.One thing that makes this book stand out from a lot of other chick-lit ones is that you get the viewpoint of the male and female leads (typically it is just or predominantly the females viewpoint) but this book has a pretty much even split (at least timewise, the female point of view was always lo [...]

    3. I got this book as a free download from .The story opens with Katie anxiously waiting for her boyfriend, Tim, to return from work to attend Katie's work-do at the Savoy. Tim is running late due to problems at work and asks Katie to attend without him. Katie is furious and embarrassed at the prospect of attending on her own but she does go as she is looking for a promotion. There she meets the greasy Alex who is related to someone on the Board of her company. Unimpressed by his presence and anxio [...]

    4. Yes chef, No chef is a typical chick-lit book of, friendship, drama and love. It is based on the relationship of Katie and Tim. Katie is a pleasurable, hard-working, lovable girl who you connect to more or less straight away. Tim is her obnoxious, arrogant partner who likes a drink and has a huge stubborn streak.The story watches their relationship crumble and both trying to lead a life apart. Katie with the help of her two best friends Sarah and Lisa. Tim with his colleagues Jessie, Simon and b [...]

    5. I very rarely dislike a book so much as to say that I actually "did not like it" or that I actually considered not finishing it at all, but my favourite part of this book was when my Kindle showed I had read 100%. The story follows food technologist Katie (and don't we just know she's a food technologist - every meal she eats is described in vivid, tedious detail) as she breaks up with her partner Tim, a chef, after he treats her badly. Within the space of about three weeks Katie has got a mortg [...]

    6. It's my first time reading any of Susan's books and would definitely read more.I loved this book from start to finish.I love the characters and the story.

    7. This was a fun read. The primary character struggles in the way that romance characters tend to struggle, but does it with modern sensibilities, which is nice. Unlike most romance protagonists, she takes an "Oh, up with this, I will not put!" stance as a reaction to poor behavior by the love interest. She waffles about it, but still, she walks away from a misbehaving man, even though she loves him. Of course, there's a happy ending. It wouldn't be a romance novel without a happy ending. The auxi [...]

    8. I finished this book out of sheer willpower and determination not to be beaten. It was predictable and the characters were irritating. In addition, the writing seemed lazy at times and the sense of time in the book was all over the place and difficult to follow.Despite Katie's attempts to be a strong independent woman, she chases any male that comes near her and is conveniently surrounded at all times by men who can't keep their hands off her.Tim is a pathetic specimen, he seems to think he has [...]

    9. Yes Chef, No Chef is a great title but it was almost the last chapter before the title even made sense. The story idea was good but the book was too long (most times they are too short) but this one just went on and on without any sign of resolution. The three friends being so different in personality was a good idea but by the end it just got a bit old hearing the same type of differences over and over. I was glad to see a happy ending but I didn't think the two main characters would ever even [...]

    10. Really good bookThis is the third book I've read by Susan Willis. I don't understand why they aren't all rated at least 4.5 stars. Yes Chef, No Chef is interesting, easy to read, fun, and even informative about good food and it's preparation. I read a lot and too often begin a book and then put it down when I find it boring. This held my interest and made me love the main characters. If you like fun breezy romance, this book is for you.

    11. This seemed to be more drawn out than it should have been. There was a lot of back and forth chapters - one "starring" Tim and the next Katie but they weren't always in the right timeline. Katie would already be into the next day and Tim still in the previous one.Didn't like any of the characters too much.

    12. I started this one after reading Love on a plate by Susan Willis. I wasn't disapointed, it was every bit as good.

    13. Lived the ghost esc scene with the bread. The whole time your screaming at the main characters to just sort it out

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