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WHAT LOVE TASTES LIKE
by Zuri Day

Genre: Contemporary Romance, Multicultural

2010 Multicultural Romance Nominee

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This delightful love story is fast paced and the characters are completely charming. This is one to enjoy. The supporting characters supply funny dialogue. The story is presented with the right balance of romance, humor, business intrigue and pure fun.

Before Tiffany Matthews achieves her goal of owning her own five-star restaurant, she has to survive the flight to Italy to train as a sous chef — she’s petrified of flying — and then she’s determined to find a position at a premier establishment. Enter hotel owner Nick Rollins. They meet after landing in Rome and have a steamy encounter. But once she lands a job at his prestigious hotel, she’s determined to keep her new boss at arm’s length — and their relationship purely professional. (DAFINA, Aug., 362 pp., $6.99)

Reviewed By: Jacqui McGugins

Publisher: DAFINA

Published: August 2010

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