It’s with a jovial heart that I say that Nuts by Alice Clayton has been one of the most enjoyable reads I have read all year! Easy lovin’, uproariously funny, and so tantalizing it’s impossible to put down! I mean, come on! Farmers have never been so sexy.
Private chief Roxie is leaving California for the summer to bail out her mother, yet again. It comes at a perfect time, really. Her job has just hit the skids. One bad night at work gets her fired and soon her client list crumbles. So a long drive cross-country to get her head together just might be the help she needs before Roxie lands back in upstate New York.
The small town that Roxie couldn’t leave fast enough after graduation, is now her new summer destination. Only Roxie is seeing things from a new perspective and with a different set of eyes. People aren’t who she thought they were. Truly, are any of us who we were in high school? With growth and age comes a bit of understanding.
The one bright, bearded perk of being home is the mouth-watering guy that brings the produce… and the fruit… and the nuts… you should see his zucchini. Organic farmer Leo just made coming home a lot more interesting. A series of bumbles, trips, and falls attributes to the laugh-out-loud introduction of these two.
What harm could a little summer lovin’ cause? I mean,
who wouldn’t want their own Sandy and Danny moment right? Right. “Summer Loving, had me a blast….”
The brilliance that created Wallbanger is back and better than ever! A 2015 favorite read for sure, I honestly couldn’t recommend it enough.
5 scintillating, uproariously funny, and organically sexy stars!
From New York Times bestselling author Alice Clayton, the first in a brand-new romance series telling the humorously sexy tale of Roxie, a private chef who gets a taste of love—but is it to stay, or to go?
After losing almost all of her clients in one fell swoop following an accident involving whipped cream, private chef to Hollywood’s elite Roxie Callahan gets a call from her flighty mother, saying she’s needed home in upstate New York to run the family diner. Once she's back in the Hudson Valley, local organic farmer Leo delivers Roxie a lovely bunch of walnuts, and soon sparks—and clothing—begin to fly. Leo believes that everything worth doing is worth doing slowly…and how! But will Roxie stay upstate, or will the lure of West Coast redemption tempt her back to Tinseltown?