By Kim Barnouin
From the coauthor of the exceptional no 1 <I >New York Times</I> bestselling <I >Skinny Bitch</I> lifestyle series—a shrewdpermanent, kick-ass novel approximately friendship, romance, and making fit offerings either out and in of the kitchen.
Clementine Cooper is a born vegan, committed in each technique to the fit way of life she used to be raised with on her father’s natural farm. yet how undesirable may possibly a bit butter be? undesirable sufficient to get the bold and proficient sous chef fired while an influential meals critic discovers dairy in Clem’s butternut squash ravioli with garlic sage sauce. notwithstanding she was once sabotaged through a backstabbing coworker, Clem unearths herself unceremoniously blackballed from each vegan kitchen in L.A.
Like any vegan chef worthy her salt, although, Clem is aware the right way to flip lemons into scrumptious, cruelty-free lemonade cupcakes. She launches the thin whinge Cooking university in hopes of quickly starting her personal café in an empty house close to her house. yet at the first day of sophistication, attractive millionaire restaurateur Zach Jeffries places a fork in her suggestion together with his personal plans for the space—a steakhouse. Clem is furious. For a carnivore, Zach is extra advanced than she expected. He’s additionally a good kisser. yet may well courting probably the most eligible bachelors within the city—and a meat-eater—be as undesirable for Clem as high-fructose corn syrup? Shouldn’t she fall in its place for a guy who seems her ideal fit in each way—like Alexander Orr, a really lovable, very candy vegan chef?
Clem idea she used to be open-minded, yet as she confronts the demanding situations of budding entrepreneurship, previous opponents, ex-boyfriends, and tempting suitors, she starts to wonder whether she will ever say “I love you” to a guy who hates tofu.