Jillian Reed would have given anything to become a household name, but the closest she'd got was hosting a cable TV cooking show in rural Virginia. It wouldn't have been so bad if it weren't for a certain assistant chef whose down home mannerisms were the antithesis of Jill's sophistication. Bill Clayton might not appreciate those highfalutin French recipes his dignified partner prepared, but the lady herself fascinated - and exasperated him. And it wasn't long before their on camera squabbling led to stellar ratings and off camera cravings that had nothing to do with food!
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