Surfeit for the Senses

Surfeit for the Senses With the buzz and drama of competition behind them Alex is determined to focus on the one thing that matters most his budding relationship with Nik All the pieces seem to be finally falling into plac

  • Title: Surfeit for the Senses
  • Author: Talya Andor
  • ISBN: 9781620041932
  • Page: 368
  • Format: ebook
  • With the buzz and drama of competition behind them, Alex is determined to focus on the one thing that matters most his budding relationship with Nik All the pieces seem to be finally falling into place, as he settles into his new living arrangements and gets back into the rhythm of the kitchen, while he and Nik spend all their precious free time together.Life never staysWith the buzz and drama of competition behind them, Alex is determined to focus on the one thing that matters most his budding relationship with Nik All the pieces seem to be finally falling into place, as he settles into his new living arrangements and gets back into the rhythm of the kitchen, while he and Nik spend all their precious free time together.Life never stays smooth for long, however The combined weight of family tragedy, television fame, and new, unexpected responsibilities strain the bonds of Alex and Nik s partnership, and conflict between them demands they settle the question of equality once and for all Pulled in so many directions, it may be than a new relationship can take.

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    1. The third book in this excellent trilogy, which I am extremely sad to see end, truly is the crowning achievement in the series. The title is entirely justified, and not just because of the ending – that, of course, I will not give away. No, it is more than that. The entire story was a true "surfeit" for my reading senses as well. With an "overabundant supply, yield, or amount of something", it fulfills the dictionary definition rather well.First, like in both other books, the food descriptions [...]

    2. Nice conclusion to the A Cut Above the Rest trilogy. This book takes place after the food competition that took place in The Competitive Edge and ties this story nicely.One thing you can expect in this trilogy is a slow evolution in the relationship between the MCs. I am all for avoiding insta-love! and my books don't have to be full of sex scenes but this tested my patience. Here I was a third of the way through the last book in this trilogy and these guys had not made it past first base! I was [...]

    3. Oh what a wonderful read! Yes, no insta-love, no story front to only string together love/sex scene after another. Nope, this was a slow burn and nicely developing story among a setting that was very interesting and entertaining. I totally like cooking shows and I especially like fine dining, it always amazes me what a highly skilled cook can do with a handful of ingredients! Therefore it was especially entertaining to read this story with regard to the well-balanced telling of the cooking part [...]

    4. The third book in this excellent trilogy, which I am extremely sad to see end, truly is the crowning achievement in the series. The title is entirely justified, and not just because of the ending – that, of course, I will not give away. No, it is more than that. The entire story was a true "surfeit" for my reading senses as well. With an "overabundant supply, yield, or amount of something", it fulfills the dictionary definition rather well.Please find my full review on Rainbow Book Reviews.

    5. It was a great series and I really have to appreciate the author for making me read what otherwise seemed incredibly boring - a story about chefs doing mostly normal things like cooking, with nothing paranormal, no murder mystery or any shocking revelations. My favorite was the second book, which felt like the high point of their story. And yet again I can't believe I liked a book about a reality show - I dislike reality shows, so I would have never thought about enjoying a story about one. The [...]

    6. A satisfying conclusion to an entertaining series. There's lots of food description that I find very well-written (mouth-watering, really), but through all the cooking, the focus is still on the two young chefs finding places for themselves in the world of fine dining and their slow-building love story that culminates, at last, in this book. Although the main characters do have their faults, they are lovable and I'm happy to see them find their HEA. :)

    7. I was planning to write a long review but now I have no words It was excellent. Appetite is one of my most favorites books, for many reasons. I just loved the main characters, their personalities. The food descriptions were heavenly, I didn't know something like that is possible. All in all it's a great book.

    8. Proper review to come in time, but Andor has done her homework here. She adores the culinary arts and it's obvious in this trilogy. I thoroughly enjoyed this delicious series.

    9. This is the third book in the series where Nik and Alex's relationship finally comes together. It was a good build up; the characters grew as individuals and then as a couple, to be together as equals. It wasn't an easy development, but it rarely is in real life either (in my experience). I really enjoyed seeing Alex watch Five Stars episodes. He had said such editable things and just set himself up to be a character on reality television. And he was so surprised by it! Then, when he found out a [...]

    10. The things I loved early on in the series are the same things which annoyed me here. The slow burn of the romance between Alex and Nik was wonderful in the beginning. I expected chemistry and heat between the to grow over the course of the series. The heat level definitely went up with this book, but I wasn't feeling the chemistry. I felt as through the entire relationship was built upon Alex's angst and that once that was removed, the relationship wasn't as satisfying as I had expected.The food [...]

    11. Fun sweet read with cute moments. Nik and Alex finally take their relationship further and has good build up until they do. I wasn't really satisfied with the ending but it wasn't bad at all.

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