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Sexy Miranda Storme is a very successful New York City food critic. Her reviews are honest, fair and have the power to make or break a restaurant. The day she was sharing a meal with her good friend Andy, she runs into her gorgeous ex-boyfriend, Gavin Luciano, the love of her life that left her three years ago by way of an email. Gavin has returned to help manage and fix Mia Casa, his family's restaurant, which happens to be where Miranda is having lunch. Revenge is sweet as Miranda decides to review Mia Casa, and unfortunately for Gavin, the truthfulness of her review may put an end to his family's business.
In spite of the negative review, Miranda and Gavin find time to reach out to each other and communicate. Little by little they rip each others emotional barriers down and fall in love all over again. However, the journey to true love and ultimate forgiveness is difficult and painful. Luckily, they are able to find it once again.
I highly recommend All the Way!
I was biting my nails and rooting for Gavin and Miranda the whole way wondering if they were really going to get a happy ending. I loved hearing about the 'foodie' industry without it all being super technical, this story may have been about a food critic but it was truly a story about Miranda and her relationship with Gavin as well as a story about Gabe and his relationship with Miranda. I thought the parts from Gavin's perspective were wonderfully well written and I had to remind myself that a woman had written the book, it was so real.
I loved how it explored every aspect of them, from their fun and intensity and their heart ache and how they are able to cope, and live a happy life. Also how others impacted and reacted to them, with them, and around them. Wonderful! If there are more books about this crew I will reach each one happily and eagerly! I am a huge Jennifer Probst fan for life!
As I’ve said before – I am a huge Jennifer Probst fan, and once again was not disappointed by this well-paced sexy romance. This is the story of Miranda and Gavin. Miranda is a NYC food critic – and her reviews can make or break any new restaurant. Gavin is the oldest son in the family-fun business of Mia Casa. What makes this story interesting is that Miranda and Gavin have a past. She was devoted to him, and he … left to find himself. When Gavin returns to NYC – he has two goals. Save his family’s restaurant, and find Miranda to win her back. I did think Ms. Probst could have developed Gavin’s family more. I loved Gavin’s father and his gang of friends. The banter between Miranda and Gavin is very witty – but I sometimes felt Miranda was a bit cold. Overall, I liked the idea that two people with a past relationship could find a way to heal; and find a way back to one another. This is a perfect book for a rainy afternoon – a quick and easy read in one sitting!!
Nothing new going on in this book and I am sorry to say that I got bored through some scenes and was just speed reading them, just not exciting enough and just not much happening really. It was also very predictable at times.
But I will say that I did like the relationship between Gavin and Miranda and I enjoyed the scenes that involved them. I am not saying that this is a bad book at all, it just didn't go anywhere for me, there was just something missing for me.