Just Desserts by Jennifer Drew. Chef Sara Madison
sees a great opportunity to demonstrate her talent at the
annual Taste of Phoenix food show. However, instead of the
success she expected, reporter Jeff Wilcox manages to get
her fired. She gains new employment only to have
undercover Jeff arriving asking for her help on an
investigation. She wants to say no after her first debacle
with the handsome journalist, but ends up helping him even
while they fall in love. As expected from the writing team
Jennifer Drew, this tale is a tasty dessert.
Green Eggs and Sam by Susan Peterson. Due to a so-
called friend Haley Jo Simpson accompanies Dr. Rocca to the
New York State Dental Hygienist Convention. However, Haley
Jo soon finds her companion is dead. Reflection Lake
Police Chief Sam Matthews investigates the murder though he
personally would prefer to examine the key witness, Haley
Jo. As he tries to keep her safe, they fall in love, but
can city girl find happiness in the Adirondacks amidst
green eggs and his precocious ten-year-old? Though
Prudie "call me Tiffany" seems too mature for a ten year
old, this is an engaging police procedural romance starring
two wonderful seemingly opposites.
Reviewed by PNR Group Member
Posted June 29, 2002
Reporter Jeff Wilcox goes undercover at a posh Sedona,
Arizona resort to get the goods on a shady character.
Unfortunately he needs pastry chef Sara Madison's
help, and he's already gotten her fired from one job.
Can he persuade her to forgive and forget...while
keeping his mind on his work and off her luscious