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review Devils Food × eBook or Kindle ePUB ´ One impulse one decision one gamble can change your life forever A stranger opens your door You exchange a glance across a busy room You answer a wrong number And suddenly your life is entwined with someone else's Your paths have crossed and you are connected to another human being What if that pOne impulse one decision one gamble can change your life forever A stranger opens your door You exchange a glance across a busy room You answer a wrong number And suddenly your life is entwined with someone else's Your paths have crossed and you are connected to another human being What if that person stays in your life What if that relationship is still important to you in ten twenty fifty years You could meet that person today Luckily for Patrick Dunne he takes a chance and for once it pays off Life hasn't been ea. Reviewed by MarissaBook provided by the publisher for reviewReview originally posted at Romancing the BookThis was a fun story – two people who start texting based on a wrong number and find out later they know each other The premise is a little familiar but the characters have their uirks which make it fun There is also a rich cast of characters all interacting with each other in one way or another that adds to the pleasure of readingPatrick is dealing with personal demons left over from a car accident that left him physically and mentally wounded He has anger issues stress issues pain issues alcohol issues – just lots of issues Patrick is an old school Irishman – men don’t show their feelings unless it’s anger – and everyone at his restaurant tiptoes around him afraid to say or do the wrong thingGreta on the right end of the wrong number first meets Patrick when she reviews his restaurant and he explodes when she sends a dish back But Greta holds her own and doesn’t back down She writes an honest review praising the food but she’s also honest about the chef’s temper Greta is a warm hearted woman who drives all over town to find a missing man she doesn’t know At the same time she tells it like it is If someone asks for her opinion she gives a straightforward answerColin does most of the pussyfooting around Patrick coddling him and not wanting to risk his ire This makes Colin come off as a bit of a coward afraid to stand up to his own brother I understand his reasoning – not wanting to upset the apple cart so to speak – but sometimes I felt Patrick was walking all over Colin and Colin just took it I know it was out of love but it was not an aspect of the character I likedI think my favorite character of the story was Neil a gay college student waiting on tables at the restaurant He doesn’t shout out that he’s gay and he’s a bit embarrassed when others figure it out but he doesn’t hide it either My heart just went out to him as Neil developed an infatuation with a man at the coffee shop where he stops every morning but was too embarrassed to speak to himIt’s the characters that really make this story and kept me turning pages to see what would happen next I found myself getting involved in Neil and Bridgette’s friendship watching Trevor’s interest in Caroline grow and how cute was he at the nursing home and of course how Greta and Patrick evolve and conuer their issues

Devils FoodOne impulse one decision one gamble can change your life forever A stranger opens your door You exchange a glance across a busy room You answer a wrong number And suddenly your life is entwined with someone else's Your paths have crossed and you are connected to another human being What if that person stays in your life What if that relationship is still important to you in ten twenty fifty years You could meet that person today Luckily for Patrick Dunne he takes a chance and for once it pays off Life hasn't been ea. Reviewed by MarissaBook provided by the publisher for reviewReview originally posted at Romancing the BookThis was a fun story – two people who start texting based on a wrong number and find out later they know each other The premise is a little familiar but the characters have their uirks which make it fun There is also a rich cast of characters all interacting with each other in one way or another that adds to the pleasure of readingPatrick is dealing with personal demons left over from a car accident that left him physically and mentally wounded He has anger issues stress issues pain issues alcohol issues – just lots of issues Patrick is an old school Irishman – men don’t show their feelings unless it’s anger – and everyone at his restaurant tiptoes around him afraid to say or do the wrong thingGreta on the right end of the wrong number first meets Patrick when she reviews his restaurant and he explodes when she sends a dish back But Greta holds her own and doesn’t back down She writes an honest review praising the food but she’s also honest about the chef’s temper Greta is a warm hearted woman who drives all over town to find a missing man she doesn’t know At the same time she tells it like it is If someone asks for her opinion she gives a straightforward answerColin does most of the pussyfooting around Patrick coddling him and not wanting to risk his ire This makes Colin come off as a bit of a coward afraid to stand up to his own brother I understand his reasoning – not wanting to upset the apple cart so to speak – but sometimes I felt Patrick was walking all over Colin and Colin just took it I know it was out of love but it was not an aspect of the character I likedI think my favorite character of the story was Neil a gay college student waiting on tables at the restaurant He doesn’t shout out that he’s gay and he’s a bit embarrassed when others figure it out but he doesn’t hide it either My heart just went out to him as Neil developed an infatuation with a man at the coffee shop where he stops every morning but was too embarrassed to speak to himIt’s the characters that really make this story and kept me turning pages to see what would happen next I found myself getting involved in Neil and Bridgette’s friendship watching Trevor’s interest in Caroline grow and how cute was he at the nursing home and of course how Greta and Patrick evolve and conuer their issues

review ô eBook or Kindle ePUB Ó Heather Cleveland

Devils Food í G and patronizing encounter Greta writes a review admonishing his behavior sending Patrick into a final spiral But a wrong number saves him Fueled by the anonymity they begin texting deliberately avoiding details of their real lives A deep bond grows and against all odds they become each other's saving grace Until he discovers his mystery lady's true identity Rounded out by a cast of lovable and delightfully flawed supporting characters Devil's Food chronicles the connections we as humans crave and sometimes overloo. Great read It left me salivating for gourmet Italian food The attention to detail is wonderful in this book I also like how there are a few back stories along with the 2 main characters The way the book ties up at the end leaves for a happy ending and positive outlook for the future review ô eBook or Kindle ePUB Ó Heather Cleveland

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Heather Cleveland Ó 3 free download Sy for Patrick After years of destructive behavior he finally pulls himself together only to have his world destroyed again Now he's dealing with the anxiety The anger The guilt Only his passion for cooking is keeping him from drowning With his supportive younger brother Colin the Irish natives own Ristorante Fratelli a chic Italian bistro It has the makings of one of Denver's best restaurants or so says local blogger and critic Greta Levine as long as head chef Patrick Dunne can control his temper After an insultin. Devils food is a lighthearted romance multi POV read There are uite a few main characters in this one which I typically don't like because I don't like to scatter my focus but miraculously it worked here There are than five points of view in the novel but they center around main characters Patrick and Colin and their restaurantPatrick head chef at Fratelli's a restaurant he owns with his younger brother struggles with past issues a broken relationship a brutal temper and maintaining a working business relationship with his brotherColin the other half of Fratelli's is the face of the restaurant and he's struggling with keeping it afloat as well as his self and his temperamental brother The supporting characters Bridgette Neil Trevor Gretaand Caroline add depth and meat to the story The story moves along slowly but it holds the attention with the promise of potential hook ups You'll find yourself drifting along and living with the characters There isn't much excitement or surprise involved but its a smooth read one you can become invested in I wasn't surprised how it all played out but I liked the way it played out My only gripe was the ending It was a cliffhanger but it ended awkwardly and left me feeling confused rather than intrigued All in all its a good read and I expect the seuel to be twice as good