Cooking Up Trouble
Heather Mahaffey was a beauty and clever, but her father had a tendency to blab about her cooking prowess—and Heather could burn water. Unfortunately, the man he bragged to was the wealthiest man around. Was the fellow who offered to assist her, D. A. Bologh, a good guy, or was he sinister? Either way, faster than she could say Rumpelstiltskin, Heather was in the kitchen and COOKING UP TROUBLE. More
Heather Mahaffey was a beauty, true, and clever, but her father had a tendency to run off at the mouth. And that could land a girl in a whole mess of problems--especially when the man was praising her to the wealthiest rancher around, telling him that she could out-cook anyone in the New Mexico Territory.
The whole situation was mortifying, especially when Heather knew she had difficulty boiling water. Worse, the wealthiest man in the territory was also the best looking. Philippe St. Pierre had a face women would die for . . . and a body to match. But was it worse feigning ability just to earn money for her family . . . and maybe for a chance to be near Philippe? And was the devilishly handsome man who offered to assist her--one Mr. D.A. Bologh--on the up and up, or did he have a purpose far more sinister?
Either way, with one kiss from Philippe and faster than she could say Rumpelstiltskin, Heather was in the kitchen and . . . COOKING UP TROUBLE.