The title perfectly summarizes the feel of this book. Both the main characters and the culinary dishes are described in such a way that readers can practically taste, see and feel every word. Usen has a way with words and it translates to a solid storyline with great sex scenes.

Marly lives her life from one man to another. Due to her father leaving her mother, and her mother getting married four times, she sees relationships and love as a waste of time. Joe is her kindred spirit, a successful chef who has left a string of panties and one-night stands in his wake. But when the two come together, more than sexual sparks fly and it proves to be difficult to just walk away. (SOURCEBOOKS, Jan., 320 pp., $6.99)

Reviewed by: 
B. Nakia Garner