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"I loved this book... If you haven't picked up Romeo, Romeo, Too Hot to Handle and Breakfast in Bed what are you waiting for?!" - Randi Romance Reader

"Readers will be absolutely delighted with the witty dialogue and klutzy scenes that are fast-paced and laugh out loud funny. Reviewer Top Pick!" - Night Owl Romance

"With snappy dialogue, complex characters and an intricate web of relationships, Kaye has created an extended family that's both honest and enjoyable. 4/5 Stars!" - The Romantic Times

"A fun and sexy romp from beginning to end... The chemistry leaps off the page." - Affaire de Coeur

"The characters were vivid and fun, and the banter was playful and witty." - Bellas Novella

"The story's fast pace, the exciting twists and turns, kept my eyes glued to the pages. " - Romance Reader at Heart

"A cute, fun read." - All About Romance

"Ms. Kaye's humor shines from the start... another fascinating look at the Ronaldi family and their friends that provided me with hours of enjoyment." - The Long and Short of It

"Sweet, kind, funny and sexy-as-hell." - The Book Binge

" Next time you are looking for a good book to read, pick up a copy of Breakfast in Bed. You won't be sorry. " - Cheryl's Book Nook

About the Author

Robin Kaye is a professional writer and winner of the Romance Writers of America Golden Heart award for her first novel, Romeo, Romeo. Her romantic comedies feature sexy, nurturing heroes and feisty, independent heroines. She lives with her husband and three children in Mt. Airy, Maryland.

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  • File Size: 1290 KB
  • Print Length: 386 pages
  • Publisher: Sourcebooks Casablanca; 1 edition (December 1, 2009)
  • Publication Date: December 1, 2009
  • Sold by: Amazon Digital Services, Inc.
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B0038KA6J4
  • Text-to-Speech: Enabled
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  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #59,413 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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Born in Brooklyn, New York, Robin Kaye 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.

Robin has won numerous awards including the Golden Heart for Best Contemporary Single Title, back-to-back Holt Medallions for Best Romantic Comedy, and the Golden Leaf award for Best Single Title.

She currently resides in Maryland with her husband, three children, dog, and a three-legged cat with attitude.

Please check out her website at for information on all her books, recipes, and great pictures of her haunts in and out of Brooklyn.

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19 of 20 people found the following review helpful By A. Schreiner on January 13, 2010
Format: Mass Market Paperback
Becca is a very talented artist that comes from a wealthy family. All she wants is to make a name for herself in the art community, without the help of her family name. She needs a place to stay for a few months while the brownstone she purchased with her brother, Mike and sister in-law, Annabelle is renovated. She walks into an apartment she is renting in the meantime to find Rich, in his naked glory, just getting out of the shower. Rich is Annabelle's brother, and Becca has definitely noticed his attractive appearance in the past. Rich has rented the apartment from his other sister Rosalie, so now they are both stuck and neither is willing to leave. Becca doesn't want the slob Rich to stay there, no matter how attractive he is.

Rich has just moved to to New York to become a professor of psychology at Columbia University. His mentor and dean encourages Rich to settle down his private life, after a very embarrassing fling with the dean's daughter at his previous college. His current girlfriend, Gina has just dumped him, realizing Rich is not relationship material. Wanting to prove to his new boss he has his life under control, he needs to convince Gina that he is capable of being mature. He strikes a deal with Becca, they can both stay in the apartment, and Becca can teach him to become a "Domestic God" and she will be allowed to stay. Becca only has three months until her new house is finished, and doesn't have the energy to look for another place at the moment so she takes him up on his deal He has two weeks to accomplish this before his dinner with the dean of his school. An attraction starts to develop as Becca teaches Rich the fine skills of ironing and laundry.

Breakfast in Bed is the first book I have read by Robin Kaye and I found it to be a very cute contemporary.
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5 of 6 people found the following review helpful By Donna B on August 19, 2010
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Robin Kaye does it again... ROMEO, ROMEO inspired me to eat lots of Italian food and drool over hot mustang driving mechanic wannabes. TOO HOT TO HANDLE actually made me want to change doctors, but BREAKFAST IN BED has always been a favorite of mine! ;)

When Becca walks into her new apartment, she is shocked to find her best friend's brother has already taken up residence. She doesn't know what is more frustrating...her lack of a private apartment, or her unwelcome attraction to Annabelle's annoying brother! When Becca learns that Richie's girlfriend dumped him because of his lack of domestic skills, she is very amused...until he asks her to be the one to teach him these missing domestic skills so he can get the girlfriend back. Why would she waste her time teaching these skills for another woman to take advantage of his new domesticity? Just like a pet, once you train a man, he should be yours!

I thoroughly enjoyed BREAKFAST IN BED, and I had a very hard time putting it down. It was hilarious (I especially loved it when Richie toasted all of Becca's underwear in the dryer), it was sexy, and it was believable. Just my type of novel! I am anxiously awaiting Robin's next installment, YOURS FOR THE TAKING.
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4 of 5 people found the following review helpful By Nelaine Sanchez VINE VOICE on January 12, 2010
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Becca and Rich are in quite the predicament. It seems they will have to share the same living quarters for a while. Rich thinks that it might be the perfect setting - since he asks Becca to help him become more of a "relationship material" type of man. He solicits her help in learning to cook, clean, laundry - all in the hopes of getting his ex girlfriend back. Now Becca is more than happy to help - since she sees this as a way of speeding Rich's departure from the apartment they are sharing. But soon she realizes that this Domestic God might be something she doesn't want to give up but instead wants to keep for herself... now it's just a matter of convincing him that she's the only girl he needs to impress.

Just thinking of a man trying to domesticate himself in order to win a girl's heart - brings a big smile to my face. Rich was hilarious with his zany antics. My God, the man was a disaster. Although he comes off as a womanizer and even arrogant at first, he slowly but surely works his way into your heart. Becca wasn't so high on my list. She was easier to like in the beginning of the book but she just went downhill from there for me. I can understand that a girl needs to set-up barriers to protect her delicate heart, and in Becca's case, she just couldn't trust a man to love her without loving her money more. But there was a point where I just wanted to grab a hold of her and tell her to just get over it. She was a tad frustrating for me. Nonetheless, she redeemed herself towards the end of the story making this sweet, contemporary romance, an enjoyable one. I loved all the supporting characters as well - Rich's Aunt Rose, the upstairs gay neighbors and even Tripod, the three legged cat. Ms.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Cinnamon Brown on February 23, 2010
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I often wonder, what would men do if women disappeared off the face of the planet? True enough, there are some men that can take care of themselves fairly well, but it has been my experience that most guys really need their women to help take care of them. Robin Kaye shows us one such man in BREAKFAST IN BED and man is he hilarious.

Rich is your classic hunk; he's also your classic guy. Unable to cook or clean, he really doesn't have much outside of his curb appeal to attract any form of long-term relationship. Bummed over the latest ex-girlfriend, Rich decides to do a little self-improvement and make himself more marketable. Luckily and unluckily for her, Rich's sister's friend Becca ends up being the woman to try and teach Rich how to clean up and win a girl.

BREAKFAST IN BED was romantic, funny and at times had its fair share of suspenseful moments. As with any romance, the story wouldn't be complete without some form of tension keeping our lovebirds apart. Kaye does a wonderful job keeping us guessing, although at times it did feel a little forced.

Overall I would have to say that BREAKFAST IN BED was a great read. The romance was wonderful and the comedy, whether it was intended or not, really added that sparkling finish to the story. While the second half of the book did seem to get bogged down a bit, I think that the overall story was wonderful and definitely worth the time spent reading it.

Now I haven't read any of Kaye's other books so I can't compare this one to her earlier works, but I will tell you that I enjoyed BREAKFAST IN BED. This is a book that I would choose to read again, especially curled up in a chair on a rainy day.
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