#SALE Only 0.99c!!!! Love You Senseless by Susan Mac Nicol

One of London’s up-and-coming chefs, Eddie Tripp has just the right recipe to drive tragedy from the mind of Gideon Kent—and leave him senseless with desire. 

From Soho to Norwich, there’s no escaping love. 

An award-winning chef with his own restaurant and an inexhaustible passion, Gideon Kent once had everything. Then came tragedy. It stole more than Gideon’s home. He hasn’t cooked since. 

Until Eddie Tripp. Fun-loving and vivacious, the Norfolk redhead’s a real up-and-comer in Gideon’s kitchen—and other places. Slim where Gideon’s broad, easy-going where Gideon is growly, he and Gideon seem polar opposites, and yet Eddie conjures flavors that would tempt anyone with a taste for perfection. The sauce of love is already simmering, and this pair is about to dine on the most delicious dish they’ve ever prepared. Because Eddie’s been Gideon’s missing ingredient all along.

Gideon muttered loudly as he attempted to un-jam the ancient printer in his office. His patience was at low ebb today after another night of nightmares and very little sleep, and his eyes were sore and gritty from being up since three a.m. He’d tried to huddle with a blanket on the couch and watch crap on telly but nothing had worked, and at five, he’d taken a shower and come down to his office. It was now ten and he was grumpy and irritated. His jaw hurt from chewing so much gum. He really wanted to smoke but knew he wouldn’t.
The paper he was trying to get out finally ripped loose and Gideon swore loudly as it tore, leaving half of it in the machine.
“Fucking-arsehole-goddamn-printer,” he cursed as he thumped it, causing the paper tray to jump off and hit the floor. “Why do I have to struggle like this?”
“Would you like some help?” An amused voice behind him interrupted his tirade and Gideon’s heart leapt like a paper clip being sprung. He turned to see the grinning face of Eddie at the door, in his chef whites, holding a brown paper bag.
“It’s fucking stuck,” Gideon grumbled. Eddie moved into the office and shooed Gideon away from the recalcitrant office equipment.
“It doesn’t help if you swear at it and hit it,” he murmured gently. “Sometimes gentle works best.” He put his paper bag on the desk and Gideon huffed and watched as Eddie’s long fingers nimbly manoeuvred the printer parts around. Finally he gave a soft cry of triumph as a tatty piece of paper was extricated from its bowels.
“Eureka! There you go. All better now.” His eyes met Gideon’s. “It’s pretty old, that thing, isn’t it?”
Gideon looked down at the paper in his hand. “Stop being so bloody condescending,” he said snarkily. “I would have sorted it eventually.”
“Yes, but would the printer have survived the battle?” Eddie’s eyes glinted with merriment. “I think it might have come off second best the way you were treating it.” He turned back to the machine, checked the paper, pushed a few buttons and Gideon’s Chamber of Commerce invitation to their annual banquet slid smoothly out and landed on the floor.



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  1. Awesome sale
    Love this series
    Great post ladies

  2. Thank you so much for the beautiful post !!


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