Summer Desserts

Summer Desserts

by Nora Roberts

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Could a cordon bleu chef be a junk–food addict? The more Blake Cocharan learned about Summer Lyndon, dessert chef extraordinaire, the more intrigued he became–and the more determined he was to hire her. Blake wanted the Best, and Summer looked extremely good to him. Her superb credentials were icing on the cake.

Summer was accustomed to traveling around the world, creating the perfect ending to perfect meals. But Blake had a unique appeal. Summer found herself responding to the challenge, both professionally and personally For the first time, Summer was planning a meal from start to finish–and creating a perfect ending all her own.

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781488057731
Publisher: Silhouette
Publication date: 08/12/2019
Format: NOOK Book
Pages: 384
Sales rank: 11,577
File size: 503 KB

About the Author

Though Nora Roberts's writing career may have had a rocky start, her perseverance has paid off in spades. After moving to Keedyville, west Maryland in the late 70s, it took a vicious weather system to move her to write when she was snowed in at her house. The resulting manuscript was shopped around to various publishers, but ultimately rejected. While subsequent novels were doomed to the same fate, Nora struck pay dirt with Irish Thoroughbred, which was published by Silhouette in 1981 and sold three-quarters of a million copies.

Since then, Nora has produced a long list of successful novels under various publishers. Her work has been published by Silhouette Sensation, Silhouette Special Edition and Silhouette Desire, as well as Silhouette Intrigue, and MIRA's reissue program.

Nora's novel The Pride of Jared MacKade, which was published in December of 1995, was her 80th book for Silhouette and her grand total recently passed the 100 mark! In addition, this prolific writer has found time to write numerous short stories and novellas, and has contributed for almost every collection Silhouette has published.

Nora attributes her obviously natural ability to her genes: she points out that her mother is of Irish stock while her father is Scottish, adding that the Irish are storytellers.

Over the years, Nora's work has not gone unnoticed. As well as being a New York Times bestselling author and being published in hardcover, Nora has received dozens of awards for her achievements.

Nora is married to a carpenter, whom she claims to keep busy building additions onto their home. While she still remains in charge of the day-to-day operations of her household, she writes full-time, beginning every morning around 8:00 and finishing at 4:30. "I'm always afraid that if I stop writing, I'll lose it," she says.

With over 100 million copies of her books in print worldwide, Nora Roberts is truly a publishing phenomenon.

Nora loves to hear from readers via her email:  


Keedysville, Maryland

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Silver Spring, Maryland

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Summer Desserts 3.3 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 35 reviews.
Jennifer Kreis More than 1 year ago
I was bored and disappointed. I love Nora Roberts books normally, there just was nothing here to push the plot forward. I finished this book only out of stubborness.
JacobMB More than 1 year ago
Nice story.
MYNDI-SUE More than 1 year ago
Not my favorite Nora Roberts book but a nice read.
Anonymous 11 months ago
Love Nora Roberts, but this is a horrible book. I don't enjoy a book if I don't like the characters.
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wyvernfriend on LibraryThing More than 1 year ago
Blake wants a celebrity pastry chef to revitalise his hotel's restaurant and decides Summer would be a good person to work there, little does he realise that she would also work on his emotions.A fun and typical Nora Roberts.Bound with Lessons Learned as Table for Two
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I hated this book the first time I read it and still do.
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RonnaL More than 1 year ago
This book was not for me.  I was hoping for a light romance with a little substance, but it was more a lust for food and lustful romance.  More sex than loving relationships.  Though if that is what you're looking for, the book was written fairly well.   Summer Lyndon, super chef who commands respect and large payments for her delectable treats, is hired by Blake Cocharan, successful hotel owner, to super class his hotel restaurants.  The attraction is immediate and goes through some issues before all live happily ever after. The best part was the narration of the book on audio.  Great accents.
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This is alright
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Od Book
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Can a med cat please go to the second result for jamaica? Ots nothing urgant, so no herbs are needed.
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