Coco Plotnick Hollander Harding, a columnist for Connecticutas Seaport Gazette, relishes two things in life: food and sex. While the first can be satisfied with a delectable foie gras, her cravings for the latter leave her with hunger pangs of a different sortaparticularly since her WASPy husband is not exactly a gourmand in the bedroom. While covering a ChaArne des RAatisseurs vegetarian banquet for the Gazette, Coco finds her appetite whetted by a very charming (and very married) plastic surgeon, Harry Troutman. The two foodies quickly commence a feast of hot infidelity, but anonymous letters sent to Cocoas husband and Harryas sleek, self-indulgent wife, Eclaire, hint at the torrid affair . . . and provide the crucial ingredients in a recipe for disaster. Will the lovers receive their just desserts? In this lip-smacking debut novel, Judith Marks-White whips up a five-course meal of saucy wit, steamy sex, and tantalizing scandal that will fill your plate and please your palate. From the Trade Paperback edition.Ia#39;m that same person who, as a young girl, tripped from restaurant to restaurant accompanied by my parentsatwo people who worshiped at the culinary altar. If it were Tuesday, my dad-the-dentista#39;s New York day, it was steak at Dannya#39;sanbsp;...
|Publisher||:||Ballantine Books - 2009-04-22|