- File Size: 2424 KB
- Print Length: 197 pages
- Publisher: Daring Online Adventures; 1 edition (March 31, 2017)
- Publication Date: March 31, 2017
- Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B01N7S87YZ
- Text-to-Speech: Enabled
- Word Wise: Enabled
- Lending: Enabled
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #91,101 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
Married This Year 2: Simmering Love Kindle Edition
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Top Customer Reviews
I was laughing so hard reading about the cooking disasters!.I've lived in apartments when turned on gas stove or a burner with nothing in/on the smoke detector went off..It was connected to whole building.
..Thank goodness only 12 in building.
Gosh this book particularly the cooking class made me laugh
Rachael and her best friend Lori go sky diving. Henry is going for a jump also. He proposes to her. Saying "IF" they both survive they'll get married.
After that they date a lot. They have a lot of fun.
They go for the largest burgers for their first date.
Henry owns a bunch of restaurants. He is an Professional chef. Too funny when Rachael is trying to pass off expert curry from the Indian restaurant as her own masterpiece. It had this fancy sauce and stuff. Henry knew a professional had to have prepared. No average cook could do in less than an hour.
Rachael is keeping her inability to cook a secret. Henry is keeping secrets also.
Can they continue to keep their secrets? What will happen when they come out..
This book I a quick and fun read.
There are conflicts and drama.
There is no graphic sex.
I highly recommend this book.
It can be read without reading the first book.
I can not wait to read Married This Year 3.
I voluntarily reviewed an arc
There is a lot of humor in this book--mostly at the expense of Rachel. For an otherwise well-adapted woman, she is totally incompetent in the kitchen. I mean, who burns corn on the cob in a pot of boiling water!
I didn't give the book 5 stars due to a couple of reasons. I thought Rachel's hang-up over being told she was pretty was lame. When she got mad and left Henry it felt contrived. I don't think their secrets were all that big of a deal.
I would love to see Rodney get his own book. If anybody deserves an HEA, he does.
Having said that, I still highly recommend reading Married This Year 2. Tracey Pederson is a superb author and I urge you to read all of her books. I am eagerly awaiting the release of the next book in the series.
One of the things I love about Tracey's books is they are so real and relatable. Her characters are wonderfully entertaining, believable and exciting. I love her stories so much I just want to crawl in and stay there. Tracey's books are romantic and delightfully humorous.
Rachel and her best friend, Lori, have decided to try new things and one of them is skydiving. While on this grand adventure, Rachel meets Henry, a chef. Each is quite taken with the other and Henry jokingly asks Rachel to marry him, should they survive skydiving, and she accepts. They end up going to lunch together and enjoy each other's company so much they agree to more dates. For one of those dates, Henry asks Rachel to cook for him, which unknown to Henry is a very BAD idea. Rachel is a complete and utter disaster in the kitchen! Without meaning to Rachel ends up passing off takeout as her own cooking. Now she not only has to worry about Henry finding out she can't cook but that she lied to him. How will Henry react when he does find out? Is this relationship doomed? And is Rachel the only one keeping secrets and omitting the truth?
Rachel was a beautiful woman, but did not like for people to comment on her beauty. This stemmed from something in her past. She was so funny in all her escapades of trying to cook. It is funny that some people can't cook at all. Henry was so patient and caring when it came to Rachel. I was surprised how patient he was. It was a good book and I encourage you to read it.