Review: In the Raw by Nikka Michaels and Eileen Griffin

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Title:  In the Raw (In the Kitchen: Book One)

Author:  Nikka Michaels and Eileen Griffin

Publisher:Carina Press

Pages/Word Count: 209 pages

At a Glance:A really solid, highly enjoyable story that I’d consider reading again

Blurb:If you can’t take the heat…

James Lassiter has had a crush on fellow culinary student Ethan Martin for three years, but has never had the guts to make a move. Putting himself out there is hard, especially when under the thumb–and wallet–of his overbearing parents. Now that bad boy chef Ethan–who is always vying with Jamie for best in class–is struggling with the pastry course, Jamie suddenly has a reason to reach out.

Ethan doesn’t mean to be an ass–okay, so mostly he does–but even though he’s secretly hot for Jamie, he sure as hell doesn’t want help with pastry. Ever since his dad walked out, Ethan has been…

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