Delicious

Workaholic Nick Taziano is the proud owner of a successful marketing company in Montana But his career takes a backseat when he learns his dad plans to remarry his ex Nick fears she ll break his heart again And he doesn t like being reunited with her obnoxious daughter until the all grown up beauty kisses him at the engagement party The kiss might be a mistake, bWorkaholic Nick Taziano is the proud owner of a successful marketing company in Montana But his career takes a backseat when he learns his dad plans to remarry his ex Nick fears she ll break his heart again And he doesn t like being reunited with her obnoxious daughter until the all grown up beauty kisses him at the engagement party The kiss might be a mistake, but once he tastes Jane s lips, nothing not even her famous blueberry pie compares.A promising chef at Big Sky Pie, Jane Wilson never, ever wanted to see Nick Taziano again, but he s just been hired to do the pie shop s marketing How s a girl supposed to bake the best pastries in town when he s a constant reminder of their steamy chemistry His chocolate eyes and sexy dimples heat up the kitchen and every part of her body Jane has no room for a man in her life, yet sometimes the most delicious dishes don t follow the recipe 55,000 words
Delicious Workaholic Nick Taziano is the proud owner of a successful marketing company in Montana But his career takes a backseat when he learns his dad plans to remarry his ex Nick fears she ll break his heart

  • Title: Delicious
  • Author: Adrianne Lee
  • ISBN: 9781455549177
  • Page: 304
  • Format: Paperback
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    1. Delicious is book two in the Big Sky Pie series by Adrianne Lee. First, let us just gaze at the cover of this book. Who needs hot, sexy men on the cover? I can just smell the blueberries in this beautiful pie. And blueberry is the pie of the month at the Big Sky Pie Shop. It seems as though I have an addiction to books centering around shops that sell sweets. Romance just seems to go hand in hand with sugar, right?!Jane Wilson can’t believe her luck. She has the best job in the world. She is h [...]

    2. Rating:3.5* but rounded up for the twist at the end. These books are super cute and sweet. You know you are always going to get a HEA and a little bit of spice.The trend in these seems to be that the women are very strong willed and not entirely sure they want to have a 'romance'. The men on the other hand, pursue the women with a determination that gets the 'forbidden' desires raging. It is an interesting change from the norm.I wont include a summary of the book. It is just too simple to even t [...]

    3. A five pie salute for Adrianne Lee's Delicious, book two in her Big Sky Pie series.If you haven't already read Adrianne Lee's novella Delectable, book one in her new contemporary romance series Big Sky Pie, please do so immediately as the next book in her series, Delicious, has just been released and you'll want to savor each slice of this scrumptious series. Lee captures the reader with the way she is able to vividly convey her characters emotions, as I noted in my review of Delectable. Delicio [...]

    4. One Winner will receive 1 Printed copy of Temptation Bay by  Anna Sullivan and 1 Digital Netgalley copy of Delicious by Adrianne LeeDecember 11 - 17, 2013(Open to US/Canada Only)A scrumptiously Delicious slice of hometown goodness baked into a piping hot romance created by the talented Adrianne Lee. Nick Taziano and Jane Wilson despised being put together as step siblings as children. Years later their parents have decided to remarry and both Nick and Jane will do everything they can to st [...]

    5. Delicious is the second book in the Big Sky Pie series and it was a fun read. Jane is horrified to learn that her oft married mother, Rebel, is remarrying husband #2, Romeo. Not only does Jane blame Romeo for breaking up her parent's marriage but he also has a son that Jane considers to be just short of the spawn of Satan. Nick, the aforementioned spawn, comes into town to work on an ad campaign for Jane's boss but Jane doesn't recognize him at first and finds him very attractive. Once all of th [...]

    6. 13/10-13: More people should consider reading this Yummy Story!The author already did the cover reveal for the sequel, Delicious:IT'S A BLUEBERRY PIE!!!I love this pie theme that the publisher has going, which suits wonderfully with the Big Sky Pie stories!A short snippet of this upcoming book that was included in the e-book edition of Delectable:Shockwave upon shockwave rolled over Jane. Nick Taziano? She'd been kissing her one-time, despised stepbrother, the Tazmanian Devil? Oh my God. She bol [...]

    7. freshfiction/bookp?id=6My full review is posted above at Fresh FictionDELICIOUS is a tasty read with well-crafted characters and several entertaining subplots. Adrianna Lee is very talented at creating smart settings and dialogue. This second installment in the Big Sky Pie series is as rich and scrumptious as each pie of the week at Big Sky Pie cafe.

    8. Delicious by Adrianne Lee is a fast-paced and engaging romance. This second installment in the Big Sky Pie series finds former step-siblings Nick Taziano and Jane Wilson dismayed over the news of the upcoming remarriage of their respective parents. Equally troubling is their unexpected attraction to one another. As if their relationship isn't already complicated enough, they are also thrown together professionally when Nick is hired to publicize the pie shop where Jane is the pastry chef. I real [...]

    9. *Forever (Grand Central Publishing) provided me with a copy of this book for my honest review*What do you do when you find out that your parent is remarrying their spouse and your going to be step-siblings, again with someone you hated? You lust after them and try your hardest to fight it, Nick and Jane may not have liked each other growing up but now they want each other and they are getting together to try to stop their parents from getting remarried. Can they keep their parents apart and thei [...]

    10. Another book with delightful story and recipe at the end to let us salivating .The House of Pies, Big Sky Pie was opened and their chef, Jane, replacing Molly McCoy while she is recovering from a heart bypass surgery, doing sales leverage with her wonderful recipes. But Molly wants to expand the business because she knows she can.What Molly could not know was that the person hired to do the marketing and site, a friend of her son Quint, Nick, for some time had been Jane's 'brother' , when her mo [...]

    11. If I could live in a bakery and read books all day, I would. But since I can’t, I do enjoy reading books about food. And love. And loving food.Delicious deserves 4 big, yummy, juicy stars for those reasons and more. Adrianne Lee gives her readers mesmerizing descriptions of baking pies, wonderful characters, and a fresh take on love.Nick and Jane run into each other in their 30s… years after having met and hated each other as teenagers. They realize they have to work together — and help ea [...]

    12. Jane Wilson is enjoying her new job as pastry chef at Big Sky Pie, and life seems to be on an even keel, until she gets two unpleasant surprises.First, her mother is getting married again--and not to just anyone. She's remarrying Romeo Taziano, the man who broke up her parents' marriage, and then broke her mother's heart.Second, Romeo's hateful son Nick, the Tazmanian Devil, has just been hired by Quint McCoy to develop an advertising campaign for Big Sky Pie. She's going to be seeing way too mu [...]

    13. I received this book for free through First Reads. I absolutely loved this book!!! WARNING: This book may make you crave pie!!! A LOT!!! I also suggest you read this book in private and not in public because it is TOTALLY possible you will "Woop" out loud. Followed with lots of laughs and lots of "Awe's". You are literally rooting and cheering on Jane and Nick's relationship from the beginning. And the happily ever after, when it comes, (finally) brought tears to my eyes. Jane is totally relata [...]

    14. A beautiful follow up to Delectable by Adrianne Lee! If you haven't read it, please do! I think it will help you understand this book a little more. As the books are set in Big Sky Montana. The main character of this story is Nick Taziano and he is the best friend of Quint from Delectable. Oh yeah ladies, he is a bad boy. You gotta love them! Enter Jane, Nick's use to be stepsister Who might be his step sister again, since their parents want to remarry!!! However, their chemistry is hot Would it [...]

    15. Delicious by Adrienne Lee - Book two in the series3 books and steamyJane and Nick take us through a delicious romp of moving past childhood hatred to passionate lovers. Step siblings stories are hard to read but Ms Lee gives us a generous helping of laughs durin this second helping in the Big Sky Pie series.Lovers of happily ever afters will enjoy this book – there were some frustrating moments from the heroine’s mindset but she can be forgiven.I look forward to the third course in this seri [...]

    16. Delicious (Big Sky Pie #2) by Adrianne Lee is the second foodie book in Big Sky Pie series, and this book was just as tasty as the first one. This story is just like Sweet Blueberry Pie, melt in your mouth sweetness with a pinch of the light heartedness. I love how we got to revisit the characters from book 1, got to meet new characters as well, and get a HUGE helping of HEA in the process.Jane Wilson was hired to be the new pastery chef at Big Sky Pie. This is really her dream job and a steppin [...]

    17. I love tasty books! This one is one I just devoured. I love the Big Sky Pie shop in town and I love the characters and events that lead to the end of a delicious book! Ok, ok, enough on the play on words… but trust me, this book is fabulous!So Nick’s dad is going to get married again but more than that, he is moving home. He is coming back to Montana after spending so much time in Vegas. Nick is thrilled for his dad! He just wants his dad to be happy. But his opinion changes a bit once he le [...]

    18. openbooksociety/article/deSpoilers!Brought to you by OBS review KimThis is book number two in the Big Pie Sky series and it was an awesome read. Although it’s a series, it can be a stand alone but after reading this you will want to read the others. Adrianne Lee somehow makes the characters come alive in Kalispell, Montana. The characters are compatible with each other and makes a smooth transition into each book and storyline. It kept me so spellbound that I didn’t want to stop reading it. [...]

    19. So at first I really liked this book, the narration was engaging and the characters seemed grounded, but then the plot as a whole kind of fell flat to me. It was short so everything was rushed, and the characters actually never seemed to have a full conversation, instead they focused on their attraction to each other, which was not super hot because it was mostly closed door sex scenes. There also wasn’t any flirting or fun-having so it was just kind of a bummer.Anyway, Jane and Nick are forme [...]

    20. The story opens up with Jane delivering pies she made from her new job as pastry chef to the party of her mother’s to announce who she is going to marry. She is not happy that her mom is going to get married for what she thinks or feels like is the 7th time. When she arrives there with her arms full she runs into a good looking man who holds the elevator for and helps her with the pies when the doors open. When is in the kitchen and thanking the man she is trying to stare at how good looking h [...]

    21. Workaholic Nick Taziano is the proud owner of a successful marketing company in Montana. But his career takes a backseat when he learns his dad plans to remarry his ex. Nick fears she'll break his heart . . . again. And he doesn't like being reunited with her obnoxious daughter-until the all-grown-up beauty kisses him at the engagement party. The kiss might be a mistake, but once he tastes Jane's lips, nothing-not even her famous blueberry pie-compares.A promising chef at Big Sky Pie, Jane Wilso [...]

    22. Reviewed by JoAnneBook provided by NetGalleyOriginally posted at Romancing the BookAfter reading Delectable, the first book in the Big Sky Pie series, I was looking forward to reading book two and it didn’t disappoint. The story continued flawlessly with the return of characters we met in book one along with new ones we meet along the way. This is Nick and Jane’s story and do they have a past. Their digs at each other, the hilarious nicknames of the Tazmanian Devil and Jane the Pain for each [...]

    23. I received a mass-market paperback version of this book through the First-Reads giveaway program. After reading several lengthy books in a very intense series, I was looking for a bit of a lighter read, which led me to enter the giveaway for this book. I did not know anything about the author or the Big Sky Pie series when I began this book. Sadly, it was just not for me. I found many of the characters, particularly the main character Jane, to be immature and thus difficult to like. The dialogu [...]

    24. ***Thanks to NetGalley and Forever (Grand Central Publishing) for providing me with a copy for review***4.5 starsJane Wilson has a lot going for her--right after graduating from culinary school, she gets hired as the pastry chef at Big Sky Pie in Kalispell, Montana. One issue in her life is that her mother is getting married--again, for the seventh time. She goes to the engagement party and finds that she is remarrying her second husband, Romeo Taziano. In order to avoid Romeo, she kisses the se [...]

    25. Nick Taziano and Jane Wilson used to be step-siblings, the happiest day of their lives was when their parents finally divorced and they would never have to see each other again. Or so they thought [**gasp**].Ten years later, Jane is the new pastry chef at Big Sky Pie and is loving her life, minus her moms crazy love-life; lady is a serial bride. So when her mother calls with news that she has a new fiance all Jane can think is not again. But, if Jane thought her mom getting herself a new man was [...]

    26. Delicious is the second book in the Big Sky Pie series, focusing on the love lives of the employees of the Big Sky Pie cafe, the new pastry chef Jane who was lucky enough to get her job straight out of culinary school is dealing with the fact that her Mom is remarrying her second husband Romeo, at their engagement party to avoid talking to him she kisses a complete stranger, not realising till afterwards that it was Romeo's son Nick, her despised ex step-sibling, sparks ignite and there is certa [...]

    27. I was lucky enough to receive a copy of this book through ! "Delicious" is the first novel that I've read by Adrianne Lee. It's the second book from the series Big Sky Pie and can be read as a stand-alone book. The story revolved around Nick Taziano and Jane Wilson. They used to be step-siblings when they were young, and they hated each other. However, their parents ended up divorcing. Several years later, their parents fall in love again. Nick and Jane haven't seen each in so long, and they bec [...]

    28. Promising pastry chef, Jane Wilson, took her mom's words to heart and chose a career that didn't end up working together as a wedding planner. Her mom had married so many times that she lost count. When Rebel invited to a party she had no good excuse not to go. Rebel was a former beauty queen and craved the limelight as she just wanted to stay in the background. When she got to the party, she saw her mom's ex-husband coming toward her and she told the strange helping her with the pies to kiss he [...]

    29. The words Pastry Chef are irresistible to me right now. If it has a pastry chef in it I'm reading it. However, this one made me regret that a little. It's a fast paced book with a few twists at the end so I didn't dislike it but it had some flaws I couldn't overlook. Jane's immaturity made it hard to really like her. Her reactions to her mother's remarriage are understandable but her refusal to believe Nick is anything but the boy he was at 13 seems ridiculous. Her reactions to anything difficul [...]

    30. The second book in Lee’s Big Sky Pie series is a mildly entertaining, light-weight novel with lots of heavy breathing—some of it sighs of disgust over the heroine and hero’s shared past of mutual dislike and step-sibling antagonism and more of it over the instant lust they evoke in one another. Nick has a certain roguish appeal, and he shows signs of being mature enough to move beyond the past. I confess that I grew impatient with Jane whom I found much less appealing in her starring role [...]

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