The host of the Travel Channel series "No Reservations" provides a behind-the-scenes account of his global culinary adventures, from New Jersey to New Zealand, offering commentary on food in every corner of the globe.
'You'll devour this in one sitting' Cathy Kelly DOMINIC'S IS THE HOTTEST RESTAURANT IN TOWN And handsome owner Dom Coleman-Cappabianca quickly discovers that things are even steamier out of the kitchen ... For starters, beautiful Carla Berlusconi the Italian-American waitress is causing a stir and Dom's ice-blonde girlfriend Tanya wants her off her patch. While one of Dom's best customers, doctor PJ O'Sullivan still grieves for his wife, sure that he will never find love again. But then he meets Charlotte Keating, the perfect wife, the perfect mother and now the perfectly behaved divorcee ... As the restaurant chases its first Michelin star, Dom is about to learn that when love is the dish of the day, it's a recipe for trouble.
Play by the rules and you’ll never get what you deserve. Tyler Golden is all about control. It’s an attitude that helped him and his brother build Haven, a boutique hotel in Philadelphia. The only thing Tyler couldn’t control was his fiancée’s death. It left him emotionally guarded, and willing to go only so far with women: satisfying his sexual needs. Kate Song knows the feeling. Her sole focus is her dream to be a lingerie designer. She’s not about to be distracted by any man. No matter who he is. Or how demanding. Or forceful. Or captivatingly sexy. Or so she thought. Tyler has the power to make her dream come true. Who can say no to such a dominating personality? Who would want to? Not Kate. Offering her body for submission is one thing. But giving her heart and soul is another. Now Tyler may discover that the one woman who taught him to love again is the one woman he might not be able to keep.
A KILLER WAS FULLY COMMITTED Twin Cities businessman Ken Loy is the first to die; shot between the eyes during a sunset bike ride. Half an hour later, Bob Fabian, the rich and handsome owner of the Minneapolis Times Register, meets a similar fate. It was a year ago when Loy broadsided the VW Beetle driven by Fabian’s wife, Valerie, killing her instantly. Coincidence? Sleuthing food critic Sophie Greenway doesn’t buy it. Indeed, the elegant Rookery Club, where the upper crust gathers to drink, dine, and gossip, is already simmering with rumors–about the murders, about a Times Register reporter’s shameless fabrication of news stories, about rifts in two high-profile relationships. So when Sophie turns up the heat, the lethal bouillabaisse of twisted love, sadistic rage, and insatiable greed boils over. It seems that poisonous concoction murder du jour is back on the menu. . . . From the Paperback edition.
Jaden Thorne is living the dream. Well, not exactly the dream, but her dream--if you call working sixteen-hour days in a hot kitchen a dream, which she does. She's the executive chef at the hottest new restaurant in Miami Beach, and she's worked her ass off to get there. When her boss suddenly falls ill, she's gifted two tickets to the premiere food and wine event of the season. Jaden jumps at the opportunity to network, and with her best friend, Tasha, in tow, she's soon on a road trip to Sarasota, Florida, for the Winemaker's Dinner--and a good time. No Reservations is a short-story prequel to the highly anticipated fictionalized erotic romance The Winemaker's Dinner: Appetizers by co-authors Dr. Ivan Rusilko and Everly Drummond. No Reservations is an introduction to the romantic heroine in the series, Jaden Thorne, and is written by erotic romance author Everly Drummond.
Have you ever wondered who you really are? Mary thought she knew. She had two parents who loved her and a home that made her happy. But she will soon discover that nothing is quite that simple. When Mary learns that she is not the natural born daughter of her mother and father she embarks on a spiritual and emotional journey to discover where she really comes from and who she really is. In doing this she will discover a completely new perspective on the world she has come into, and may even discover something particularly special about herself. Set in the backdrop of the 1960s, Mary's journey to self-awareness and a relationship with her true family evokes the complexity of social as well as personal identity. From a Native American drum circle to the mountains of North Georgia the nation struggles to define what skin color means. Join Mary for her unforgettable odyssey with No Reservations.
American journalist Alice Steinbach took a year off to live in five cities - Paris, Venice, Milan, London and Oxford - when she realized she had entered a new phase of life. Her sons had graduated from college; she had been divorced for a long time; she was a successful journalist. While there was nothing really wrong with her life, she felt restless. Could she live independently of her family, her friends, her career? Steinbach searches for the answer to this provocative question firstly in Paris, where she finds a soul mate in a Japanese man; in Milan, where she befriends a young woman about to marry, and in the evocative cities of Oxford and Venice. Her trip is peppered with accounts of the exotic strangers she meets, her reflections on life and the observational postcards she wrote to herself during her year away.