Breakfast in Bed

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Little, Brown Book Group, Jul 21, 2011 - Fiction - 416 pages
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TAKE ONE NEWLY SINGLE WOMAN: At 31, Amber is being bombarded with wedding invitations just as she's collecting her divorce papers - and her bossy best friend has gone one step further and made her chief bridesmaid. It's high time Amber regained control of her life - so she goes after the career she's always dreamed of as a top chef. ADD A PASSIONATE AND FIERY CELEBRITY COOK: Amberís joy at landing herself a coveted role in Oscar Retford's kitchen soon fades as she discovers Oscar is as famous for his furious temper and addiction to firing people as he is for the legendary meals he creates. TURN UP THE HEAT: Keen to keep herself out of the firing line, and to avoid thinking about why her marriage crashed and burned, Amber throws herself into her job. But as passions start to run high, and her past catches up with her, it looks like Amberís cooked up a recipe for disaster . . .

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User Review  - Megan Jones - Goodreads

Breakfast In Bed is a complete delight from start to very near the finish although I have to agree with other reviewers in that I dislike the ending. That said the characters created in this book are ... Read full review

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User Review  - Barbara Elsborg - Goodreads

It had issues this book but overall I liked it because it's a long while since I've read so much about a chef and cooking. Clearly a Gordon Ramsay clone, the male lead is just a bit too clichťd. As ... Read full review

About the author (2011)

Eleanor Moran is an executive producer for TV drama at the BBC. She is the author of two previous novels, Stick or Twist and Mr Almost Right.

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