Another terrific Argeneau book!
The following ratings are out of 5:
World building: 🌎🌍🌏🌎🌏
Character development: 😬😍🥴😮🥰
The heroine: Alexandra Willen – Sister to Sam and Jo who are mated to Garrett Mortimer and Nicholas Argeneau. Alex is the owner of a restaurant and she has been having troubles lately, most recently the head chef quitting on her without notice.
The Hero(s): Cale – Cale is one of the oldest of the immortals and he had long ago given up on finding his mate. He got bored of eating human food ages ago and can’t even stand the smell of food. So much so that he has stayed away from humans as much as possible.
The Story: When the Argeneau’s (especially Marguerite, who is known for finding mates for the immortals in her family) decide to work on getting Cale together with Alex whom they think is his mate, they tell Alex that he is a successful chef and send him along with Bricker to apply for the job. Cale knows as soon as he tries to read her mind that she is his mate. However, now he is stuck in a position he is not prepared for.
Bricker helping Cale trying to figure out how to be a chef was pretty funny. Especially since Kale hadn’t really been in a kitchen in hundreds of years, except for to get blood bags out of the refrigerator. They come up with a solution that works for the night. While Cale tries to figure out how to tell Alex that he isn’t a chef.
The book was narrated by Kirby Heyborne who has done by quite a few of the Argeneau books. He does a great job and has a lot of different voices and accents in his repertoire. However, I like it best when there are both a male and female narrator and duet narration where the male reads all the male parts and the female reads all the female parts.
This one was pretty funny in parts as well and I really liked the way it went and the way Alex finds out Cale is immortal. Bricker as always was a great side character and added some comic relief at times. Of course Marguerite was there, Mortimer and Sam and a few of the others that have been present in a few of these books. This was one of my favorites so far.
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