My Latest Release from Harlequin KISS – The Secret Ingredient!
Lottie Rosemount’s top tips for dating—
1. Ignore all advances from inappropriate men. Celebrity chef and notorious heartbreaker Rob Beresford can certainly flirt, but that doesn’t mean his intentions are honorable!
2. Keep your cool. Rob is not a safe bet, so don’t let him see that he gets you hot under your apron!
3. If 1) and 2) fail, indulge in a wild fling with said inappropriate man. Because remember, wild nights with no strings attached are this man’s specialty!
But Lottie is about to discover that Rob has a few secret ingredients to add to the mix, which could make her throw her tips out the window forever!
Introducing Lottie’s Cake Shop and Tea Rooms.
‘Trouble on her Doorstep’ was the first book in a duo about two friends who met at catering college – Dervyla Flynn [ Dee] and Charlotte Rosemount [ Lottie ] – who now run Lottie’s Cake Shop and Tea Rooms in west London.
‘Trouble on her Doorstep’ is Dee’s story.
Dee is a Tea fanatic! It is her passion and delight and she cannot wait to run her own tea import business.
But what about Lottie?
Lottie’s story is now released as a Harlequin KISS and Modern Tempted title – ‘The Secret Ingredient.’
I had such fun writing these books and cannot wait to share both of these foodie romance stories with you.
For a FREE peek at the opening of The Secret Ingredient, pop along to Mills and Boon and indulge! HERE.
Here is what Romantic Times Magazine had to say about The Secret Ingredient:
“THE SECRET INGREDIENT (4) by Nina Harrington: Bad-boy celebrity chef Rob Beresford fired pastry chef Lottie Rosemount from her first catering job. The two cross paths three years later at an art exhibit. In exchange for Lottie rescuing Rob’s artist-mother from a scandalous exit, he agrees to be the celebrity replacement at a charity event she’s running. Lottie sees beneath Rob’s flashy façade, but will she risk her heart when he makes it clear that all he has to offer is a no-strings fling? The hero, though flawed, has enough redeeming features to make a spunky Lottie his perfect match. The plot may be predictable, but the story’s execution is skillfully done and satisfying.”