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Taste

Autor: Kris Bryant
Sprecher: Brittni Pope
Spieldauer: 5 Std. und 39 Min.
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Determined to fulfill her dream of becoming a chef and winning a coveted scholarship to study cooking in Italy, Ki Blake rushes in late to the first class of her final semester at Kirkwood Culinary Academy and is stopped in her tracks by Taryn Ellis, the school's newest instructor. A beautiful and accomplished chef, Taryn has walked away from her promising career in the city's top restaurant to devote her life to her five-year-old daughter. Ki and Taryn try their best to resist the urge to give in to the undeniable chemistry between them. And when at last they begin a passionate affair that must be kept a secret, they are each convinced it's only a short-term fling. It's up to both Ki and Taryn to decide whether they have found something genuine or whether the taste of romance is truly enough to satisfy.

©2016 Kris Bryant (P)2017 Bold Strokes Books, Inc

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Great voice! Nice story.Questionable sound quality

Brittni Pope is a phantastic speaker! I absolutey love her voice! And what a great job she did with the accent in this book! 5 Stars!

The story was very nice. Though I am wondering, if I'd like it as much if it wasn't for to Pope reading it.

Big minus however for the audio quality. It seems that minor parts of the book were rerecorded - but with a completely different acoustical setting. So within a chapter you first have a very warm "near to the ear" sound and then suddenly that changes just for a few sentences into a setting that sounds as if the speaker stood in a large room with lots of tiles.