A lovely chef is about to lose her cable cooking show because of low ratings. Her new producer is determined to spice up its content with plenty of humorand sex. He plans on providing both himselffirst by taking on co-hosting duties and supervising her wardrobe choices, second by acting on the sparks between them. But off-camera hes got commitment issues as serious as her own. In EAT YOUR HEART OUT (2), Jill Shalvis completes the story of the Anderson twins. The plot stretches credibility a bit, and the hero can be overbearing, but any reader who likes bad boys might not notice.

Reviewed by: 
Catherine Witmer