With the enfant terrible of the kitchen missing, two rival newspapers, having lost their media meal ticket, compete against each other to whip up further public curiosity in the missing chef. Love him or hate him, everyone is out looking for Chef McDuff. Who will find him first and whose side will you be on...?
PRAISE FOR JANICE HORTON
JANUARY 2012 - 'Reaching for the Stars' Voted The Most Popular Book of the Month with Readers - on Jera's Jamboree Book Blog!
“I love the way that Janice writes. Her words flow so easily from page to page. You are whisked away to a part of Scotland where you feel you’ve always known and get so involved with the story that you feel that you are playing a star role in the book.”
Kim The Bookworm
“A wonderful plot and some extremely engaging characters all bundled together in a steamy Scottish kitchen!”
Lou Graham - Book Blogger
“Even though I knew this was a complete work of fiction, I found it fun to imagine one of the top celebrity chefs losing their marbles and giving it all up. What an amazing story that would be to follow in the tabloids.”
Lindsay Gentles - Turning the Pages Book Blog
“Horton's writing actually transports the reader straight to the scene - I felt like I actually knew some of the characters.”
Sarah Taylor - Today I’m Reading Book Blog.
“Well done Janice Horton you have got the 5 star from me...”
Rea Book Reviews.
“When it comes to writing romance, Janice Horton puts her heart into the task.”
The Dumfries & Galloway Standard
Bestselling novelist Janice Horton is also the author of ‘Bagpipes & Bullshot’.