Diet of Doubt by Margaret Christopher. Published by Troubadour

After a disastrous interview with Marcel Peronnaud, the last thing Lisa Saunders expects is a job offer. But that’s what she gets, as his new trainee chef at his famous Paris restaurant. The man has a reputation as a shameless womanizer, and Lisa vows to keep her distance. Easier said than done, as circumstances throw them together time and again. They finally give in to their feelings for each other and Lisa moves into his apartment. But rumors of his womanizing and her own suspicions jeopardize their relationship.

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