It's in His Kiss is a warmly spun tale about the owner of
the Silver Spoon Cafe, Savannah Jacobs and the food critic
for the Cincinnati Tribune, Jackson Dewitt.
Jackson's article after his visit to the cafe was titled 'Gag
Me with a Spoon' and was punctuated with a one-and-a-half star
rating. Savannah is livid, she has sank all of her savings into
this business and she knows an article of that magnitude could
be a few more nails in the coffin of the already struggling
restaurant. With really no thought of consequences, Savannah
struts into Jackson's office and upends a hot dish on his desk.
Along with Jackson's mild case of shock as he scrambles to
clean up the spilled food, is a large case of piqued interest,
over the hot dish who just walked out of his office. As he sits and
ponders his next move, he wonders if this woman will respond to
anything coming from him.
Ms. Laudat, has managed to capture a funny ethnic romance about
two people with careers on their mind. Both are unsure if they're
ready for the heat they are generating in the kitchen, yet neither
wants to come out. The writer furbishes the reader with a humorus
romance that also highlights the presence of politics in the newspaper
publishing industry. Really a 3.5...