Fire & Ice by Genevieve Jourdin
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Because there are two sides to every story...
Justine's story is told in Just Add Heat, and the mirror to the story, Baby, It's Cold Outside, is told from Carter's point of view.

Take one part slightly insecure woman and add one part confidently sexy man.  Mix well. Pour out the memories of the past two years and what do you have? A recipe for disaster. 

Just Add Heat--Justine is a boyfriend-less chef; at least, that's the last thing she remembers. After a fall wiped the memories of the last two years of her life, she's struggling to absorb her new circumstances. Apparently, she's the racy star of her own web-based cooking show and has become involved with a sexy younger man. Why would amnesia strike when her whole life has had such a major upgrade? 
Baby, It's Cold Outside--His life was chugging right along. He's got a job he enjoys, he's living with Justine (his longtime dream girl), and things are looking golden. That is until Justine's accident made her forget that she loves him. He's got to pull out all the stops to help her remember or his future is going to go completely off of the rails. Good thing he's got a plan...                                                                                                                                        ***Due to language and sexual content, this book is not suitable for people under 17 and readers who don't think a younger man is HOT.     

About Genevieve Jourdin

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I'm Genevieve and I'm a writer of romancy chick lit that leans to the steamy side, mother to a surly teen, and general dogsbody for my husband's audio company. In my free time you can find me perusing the offerings at thrift stores and estate sales of central Texas in search of vintage cookbooks. Drop me a line at Visit me at On Twitter I'm @genjourdin
Published February 20, 2013 by Pin-up Press. 452 pages
Genres: Romance, Literature & Fiction, Humor & Entertainment. Fiction

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