A defensive end for the San Francisco Sabers, Flynn Cassidy is used to being in the spotlight—he just doesn’t enjoy it. But if getting in front of the cameras will help his new restaurant succeed, he’s willing. Now if he could just meet a woman who loved him and not his fame…
After her divorce, Amelia Lawrence is thrilled to start over as head chef at Ninety-Two. It’s just the opportunity she needs to heat up her career—if only she wasn’t wildly attracted to her sexy new boss. Their chemistry might be sizzling hot, but Amelia has no intention of being burned again.
Amelia is genuine and fun and Flynn can’t get enough of her—and Amelia loves every second she spends with the tough but tender Flynn. But trust is a hard fought battle for both of them. Breaking the rules of contact and surrendering to their passion was easy, but are they willing to risk their hearts to win at the game of love?
Amelia is an intelligent and gifted chef. She also likes control of her kitchen and demands nothing but the best in her employees and herself. She’s also extremely gun-shy and has sworn off men. However, the chemistry that flows between Flynn and Amelia is too powerful to deny and the pair end up spending lots of time together. Their passions for cooking heat up the kitchen and their passions for each other heat up every other room in the house!
I really enjoyed this book. It was nice to learn more about the eldest Cassidy brother. I also loved the fact that Flynn plays for the same team that my book boyfriend Mick (THE PERFECT PLAY) does! It is always a joy to read about the Riley family. The series has expanded so much and with new characters being introduced, they haven’t been getting much page time.
The story is fast-paced, the intimate times are plentiful and hot as hell and the family members are pushy and persistent…and always loving!
I definitely recommend RULES OF CONTACT as well as the rest of the series!
I want to thank the publisher for generously offering me a copy of the book in exchange for an honest review. All conclusions reached are my own.