First of a series. I enjoyed it.
Book one in the Moorehouse Legacy. This mini series is based on 3 siblings who own a inn in need of repairs located in upstate New York. In this book responsible sister, Frankie wishes that just once she could think of herself first, especially when she get a look at her temporary new chef.
Frankie Moorehouse doesn't know how she can save her ancestoral home. The big mansion needs a serious overhaul and she is behind on the mortgage. The Bed & Breakfast is on the verge of going under when Chef Nate Walker appears. He soon has the kitchen working overtime to keep up with the crowds in the dining room. Nate just wishes he could get Frankie to like him as much as she likes his cooking skills.
I picked up the first book in the Moorehouse Legacy series knowing that the author, Jessica Bird, also writes as J.R. Ward. I really couldn't see too much in common between the writing styles. The heroine drove me a little nuts at times. She would hear something and just jump to conclusions and start yelling rather than asking for the full story. It got old after the third time it happened. My rating: 3 Stars.
The force of those eyes hit Frankie Moorehouse like a gust of wind. But she quickly reminded herself that she had dinner to get ready, the staff of White Caps B&B (such as it was) to motivate. She didn't have the luxury of staring into a stranger's face.
Another great read in the Moorehouse Legacy series! White Caps B & B is on the verge of going under when chef Nate Walker appears. After a glowing NY Times review, several misunderstandings, and lots of care provided to needy family members, Frances and Nate get their happily every after. I was literally moved to tears by this book.
The Moorehouse Legacy series were fantastic. I loved this book, Jessica Bird is a fantastic writer.
First book of the Moorehouse series. This is the story of Frankie and Nate.