A smart girl would help herself first
Slaving over a hot stove had taught Marie Simmons a thing or twolike not letting another cook steal her thunder! If it took her last chocolate chip (okay, second to lasta girl can't give away all the chocolate!) she had to find some way to foil Van MacAllistera gourmet's flavor du jourher new co-host on a cooking show. With some careful planning the only sizzle the audience would see would be from the steak, not the hunk.
Of course, she feels a soupgon of guilt at first because he really is a talented chef. And by the time they get to the appetizers it finally dawns on her that the, um, "to-die-for dish" on their show just might be the man himself!
About the author
Molly O'Keefe sold her first Harlequin Duets at age 25 and hasn’t looked back! She has since sold 11 more books to Harlequin Duets, Flipside and Superromance. Her last Flipside, Dishing It Out, won the Romantic Times Choice Award. A frequent speaker at conferences around the country she also serves on the board of the Toronto chapter of Romance Writers of America.
She lives in Toronto with her husband, son, dog and the largest heap of dirty laundry in North America