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For Men Only: A Loveswept Classic Romance

3.17  ·  Rating Details ·  30 Ratings  ·  6 Reviews
A brash single dad and a beautiful, ambitious cooking teacher follow the recipe for romance in this delectable treat from beloved author Sally Goldenbaum.
The first time they met, Pete Webster had been the blind date from hell. Ellie Livingston hoped never to see him again. Now Pete’s a student in the cooking class she’s designed just for men, and he looks good enough to
ebook, 240 pages
Published August 13th 2012 by Loveswept (first published May 1st 1994)
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Aug 31, 2012 Sobia rated it it was ok
My teeth hurt, this is so freaking sweet.

And I didn't realize til i went to mark it 'read' that this was a love swept title, and that it was from 1994 as I received it via net galley. ( other then one reference to a fold up cellular phone, I wouldn't have even realized this was published over  15 years ago)

So for the most art, FMO sticks to ts synopsis, Ellie's teaching a cooking class,trying to get a cooking cool off the ground, the H's ex wfe has gone the selfish ho-bag route, and the first t
Oct 27, 2012 Anncleire rated it liked it
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“For men only” è un altro di quei libri che mi sono procurata per lenire la mia incredibile voglia di romance, ormai chi mi segue sa bene come non riesca a dire di no ad una bella storia d’amore. Peccato che non tutte le ciambelle vengano con il buco. Nonostante questa sia una storia piena di sentimento e in alcuni casi originale, ha alcuni difetti che hanno privato il totale appagamento del mio romanticismo.

Ellie Livingston ha un lavoro che non la soddisfa appieno e quando una notte ha un idea
Oct 31, 2013 Rowena rated it liked it
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Pete and Ellie went on a date before and it ended in disaster. The date was a total fail and it’s a long time later and they’re thrown back in each other’s orbit because Ellie has opened up a cooking school for men and Pete’s sister has signed him up for classes.

The chemistry between Pete and Ellie was very obvious right from the beginning of the book. Ellie hasn’t forgotten the date and neither has Pete. They remember different things about the date and it is Pete that goes after a “do-over” da
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At first glance everything about this book is appealing. The cover looks very nice. It draws you in. The book description has you thinking this could be a very interesting read. Then, that’s about it for me. I desperately want to say that I love this book or even like it, but unfortunately I can’t.

Peter is a partner at an advertising firm who receives a gift from his sister and kids for his birthday in the form of an
Sep 11, 2012 Marina rated it liked it  ·  review of another edition
Ellie just quit her job and is trying to get her new business, a cooking school, off the ground. Pete and Ellie have a disasterous first date ( thanks to lingering effects of his ex-wife & his childhood). Pete meets Ellie again via Ellie's cooking school class, and start to fall for each other. Neither of them was looking for a serious soulmate type of relationship. Each had there own issues Elle her new business...Pete his kids and prior marriage and upbringing.

The story was light and very
Alyssa Edmonds
This book seemed long and drawn out. It never seemed to truly impress me as the plot was a little boring. I am a little lost as to whether read another of Sally's books or not.
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