He'd be Mr. Perfect if he wasn't a perfect mess. . .
Rich Ronaldi is almost the complete package - smart, sexy, great job - but when his girlfriend dumps him, Rich swears he'll learn to cook and clean just to win her back. . .
She'll be happy to make him over, but not for another woman. . .
Rich is the only guy Becca Larsens ever met who hasn't tried to change her. She's glad to help him master the domestic arts, but she'll be damned if he'll start cooking in another woman's kitchen - or bedroom. . .
Breakfast in Bed is a fun, contemporary romance. Rich Ronaldi is a sympathetic romantic lead. He's attractive, willing to to learn to cook, clean, and do laundry to win back the woman he loves. Becca Larsen is independent, down-to-earth, and deserves a good man. I enjoyed watching these two characters fall in love and handle the hiccups along the way. If you're looking for a light, fast and romantic read, give Breakfast in Bed a try.
ISBN-10: 1402218958; mass market paperback $6.99
Publisher: Sourcebooks Casablanca; 1 edition (December 1, 2009), 384 pages.
Review copy provided by the publisher.
About the Author, courtesy of her website:
Robin Kaye was born in Brooklyn, New York, and grew up in the shadow of the Brooklyn Bridge next door to her Sicilian grandparents.
Living with an extended family that's a cross between Gilligan's Island and The Sopranos, minus the desert isle and illegal activities, explains both her comedic timing and the cast of quirky characters in her books.
She's lived in half a dozen states from Idaho to Florida, but the romance of Brooklyn has never left her heart.
She currently resides in Maryland with her husband, three children, two dogs, and a three-legged cat with attitude.Learn more on Robin Kaye's website at http://robinkayewrites.com/Home/tabid/36/Default.aspx
Thank you so much to Danielle and SourceBooks for this review opportunity!