Chef Evan Stanford steadily climbed New York City's culinary ladder, earning himself the Rising Star James Beard award and an executive chef position at an acclaimed restaurant. But in his quest to build his reputation, he forgot what got him there: the lessons on food and life from a loving hometown neighbor. Patrick Sullivan is contented keeping the memory of his grandmother s Irish cooking alive through the food he prepares in a Brooklyn diner. But when Chef Stanford walks in for a meal, Patrick is swept up by his drive, forcing him to reconsider if a contented life is a fulfilled one. The two men begin a journey through their culinary histories, falling into an easy friendship. But even with the joys of their burgeoning love, can they tap into that secret recipe of great love, great food and transcendent joy?
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Lynn Charles' love of writing dates to her childhood, but took shape as an adult, when she expressed grief in a year of journaled letters to a lifelong friend who passed unexpectedly. She has been writing fan fiction since 2002, where thousands of readers have enjoyed her stories. She lives in central Ohio with her husband, two adult children and a small menagerie of animals. When she s not writing, she works at her county library, rides bikes with her husband and strolls local farmer s markets in search of ingredients for new recipes. Chef's Table is her debut novel.Review:
Charles has done an awesome job with this delectable tale of two men with personalities that just don't quit. Your mouth will water waiting to see who will be the first to take a bite out of the ever-present temptation. Foodies and fans of m/m romance alike will savor every morsel of this story until the last chop drops on the butcher block. --Romantic Times Magazine
The novel's structure echoes a menu, from aperitif to digestif, and the food descriptions and antics of friends, family, and co-workers add spice beyond the central romance. --Publishers Weekly
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