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Too Hot to Touch: New Excerpt

An exclusive excerpt of the Prologue and Chapter 1 from Louisa Edwards's Too Hot to Touch is now available on Heroes and Heartbreakers for members. To read the full excerpt, please log in or register.

 

Too Hot to Touch by Louisa Edwards

When it comes to competitive cooking, Max Lunden is no stranger to winning…though he’s never been great at working with a team. A master chef—and major hunk—he’s traveled the world, picking up new cooking techniques as well as beautiful women. But when the prodigal chef returns home to his family’s Greenwich Village restaurant, he discovers one too many cooks in the kitchen—and she’s every bit as passionate as he is…
 


Juliet Cavanaugh used to have a crush on Max when she was just a teenager, hanging out at Lunden & Sons Tavern, hoping to catch a glimpse of the owner’s oldest, and hottest, son. Now a chef herself—competing in the biggest culinary contest in the country—Juliet will be cooking side by side with the one man she’s always admired…and desired. But despite their simmering attraction, Juliet is determined to keep her cool—no matter how hot it gets…

 

Get a sneak peek of Louisa Edwards’s Too Hot to Touch (Available August 2, 2011) with an excerpt of the Prologue and Chapter 1.

 

Prologue

 

Juliet Cavanaugh wrapped her arms around her ribs for warmth and stomped her feet as she walked. The stomping had two benefits; it kept the blood flowing, and it relieved some of the pent-up freak-out simmering in her chest.

 

The boots she’d grabbed on her way out the door  were her mother’s—stealing them was a last act of defiance, and she refused to feel guilty about it.

 

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