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SUMMARY é Chefs Special ´ After years of slowly working her way up the ladder Emily Desjardins is finally poised at the next step—cooking at the kind of restaurant she’d love to one day own Her new boss is classically trained has stunningly high standards and effortlessly designs delicious creative cuisine She’s also demanding inflexible ridiculously Of the tricks and tools she’ll need to keep moving up But keeping her mind on the job with the enigmatic Blake Chadwick pervading her thoughts and her dreams proves much harder than she could have ever imagin. Chef’s Special is a great read for foodies and for those who like me merely have an appreciation for fine food It’s a uniue romance between two women but it’s also about the two women’s love affair with foodI like the level of depth and detail that Susan X Meagher brings to her main characters their lives and relationships Emily and especially Blake are flawed individuals who are not necessarily good in relationships and we come to learn why they behave the way they do We learn about Blake and Emily’s backgrounds and about what shaped their current lives but overall the story and characters look to the future rather than the past An unfortunate event brings a surprising obstacle for one of the main characters and the way she responds to it gives us a lot of insight into her characterSusan X Meagher’s characters are always uniue and the romance between Blake and Emily is also different it’s not just a bossemployee relationship it’s essentially a non relationship Blake and Emily are friends who as chefs feel that they are too busy to have a relationship so they just get together for sex but they both feel a strong emotional connection during the “just sex” Blake in particular does not want to be in relationship but what happens when it seems that they might want to deepen what they have togetherIn addition to the romance Susan X Meagher gives us a well researched and very plausible account of the lives and careers of professional chefs and sous chefs in high end restaurants I found it fascinating and I learned a lot about what goes on behind the scenes in a restaurant kitchen in terms of the level of work planning and coordinationChef’s Special is a long read the paperback is 500 pages but it never felt slow and the story never bogged down I was always eager to find out what would happen next The book is well written and well edited and I only found about three typos which is pretty good for a book of this length and not enough to affect my star ratingI’d highly recommend it to anyone looking for a lesbian romance that differs from the usual formula

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After years of slowly working her way up the ladder Emily Desjardins is finally poised at the next step cooking at the kind of restaurant she’d love to one day own Her new boss is classically trained has stunn. If you read the blurb for Chef’s Special it will lead you to believe the book is simply about a sous chef falling for her boss and it’s so much than that Told entirely from Emily’s perspective the story follows her as she begins working for Blake faces the biggest challenge of her life which I won’t spoil but will say made me feel like I was punched in the stomach and how her life moves forward from there Blake is in the picture from the beginning to the end with their chemistry crackling and their rapport building naturally and in a way that demonstrates their mutual respect Despite never showing Blake’s side of things we’re not left lacking because the author does such a great job of showing us how Blake feels through her words and actionsFull review Curve Magazine review The Lesbian Review

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Chefs SpecialIngly high standards and effortlessly designs delicious creative cuisine She’s also demanding inflexible ridiculously confident and so hot it’s almost silly Emily is determined to spend her time learning all. I always love Susan X Meagher books This one had me yelling at the characters and drooling over food menus I will put this in my read again list