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Oh, it's such a cliche - Italian chef seduces a pupil at his top class cooking school, reducing her to a quivering jelly and releasing her inner sexual goddess.  Just show me how to boil spaghetti, why don't ya? You would think that by the age of thirty-two I'd be able to even do just that in the kitchen, but to my eternal shame, the only thing I can do is open takeaway car Oh, it's such a cliche - Italian chef seduces a pupil at his top class cooking school, reducing her to a quivering jelly and releasing her inner sexual goddess.  Just show me how to boil spaghetti, why don't ya? You would think that by the age of thirty-two I'd be able to even do just that in the kitchen, but to my eternal shame, the only thing I can do is open takeaway cartons.  So, I signed up for a cooking class, and there was this Italian guy, and he was talking about quivering and goddesses and things like that... I wonder how you boil spaghetti?


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Oh, it's such a cliche - Italian chef seduces a pupil at his top class cooking school, reducing her to a quivering jelly and releasing her inner sexual goddess.  Just show me how to boil spaghetti, why don't ya? You would think that by the age of thirty-two I'd be able to even do just that in the kitchen, but to my eternal shame, the only thing I can do is open takeaway car Oh, it's such a cliche - Italian chef seduces a pupil at his top class cooking school, reducing her to a quivering jelly and releasing her inner sexual goddess.  Just show me how to boil spaghetti, why don't ya? You would think that by the age of thirty-two I'd be able to even do just that in the kitchen, but to my eternal shame, the only thing I can do is open takeaway cartons.  So, I signed up for a cooking class, and there was this Italian guy, and he was talking about quivering and goddesses and things like that... I wonder how you boil spaghetti?

30 review for Learn to Cook

  1. 5 out of 5

    ⚜️Trea

    This installment had all the humor of the series, but I really couldn't understand why she jumped into bed with the cooking instructor. The mystery of Blue keeps it entertaining though, so still going with the series! This installment had all the humor of the series, but I really couldn't understand why she jumped into bed with the cooking instructor. The mystery of Blue keeps it entertaining though, so still going with the series!

  2. 5 out of 5

    OpenBookSociety.com

    https://openbooksociety.com/article/l... Title: Learn to Cook Series: Single Wide Female: The Bucket List By: Lillianna Blake ASIN: B00R9OQNJC Author’s Website: http://lilliannablake.com/ Brought to you by OBS reviewer Andra Summary: Oh, it’s such a cliche – Italian chef seduces a pupil at his top class cooking school, reducing her to a quivering jelly and releasing her inner sexual goddess. Just show me how to boil spaghetti, why don’t ya? You would think that by the age of thirty-two I’d be able to e https://openbooksociety.com/article/l... Title: Learn to Cook Series: Single Wide Female: The Bucket List By: Lillianna Blake ASIN: B00R9OQNJC Author’s Website: http://lilliannablake.com/ Brought to you by OBS reviewer Andra Summary: Oh, it’s such a cliche – Italian chef seduces a pupil at his top class cooking school, reducing her to a quivering jelly and releasing her inner sexual goddess. Just show me how to boil spaghetti, why don’t ya? You would think that by the age of thirty-two I’d be able to even do just that in the kitchen, but to my eternal shame, the only thing I can do is open takeaway cartons. So, I signed up for a cooking class, and there was this Italian guy, and he was talking about quivering and goddesses and things like that… I wonder how you boil spaghetti? (Goodreads) Review: Learn to Cook by Lillianna Blake is the third of a 24 book series. I must say, I am thoroughly enjoying this series of short read’s – really outside of the box for me (the short reads, not book series itself). In this installment, Samantha’s next item on her bucket list is to learn to cook. After all – didn’t her mom say: “Well, when all else fails, remember, the way to a man’s heart is through his stomach.” Before setting off to a class, Sam is thinking about her kitchen, which I find her musings rather interesting: “I walked over to the kitchen. My kitchen. It was spotless-for just one reason. I only ever cooked with the microwave and the toaster. My oven was pristine…. When it came to actually turning on the stove or oven, I preferred to pick up my purse and walk out the door.” I absolutely love the banter between Sam and Max (why can’t they just get together already???) – the following is an excerpt when discussing Sam’s attempt at cooking after the classes she is about to embark upon: “I’ll be happy to be your guinea pig.” “Great.” I smiled. “I will keep that in mind when I burn my first official meal.” “Okay, maybe you could practice a little first.” He laughed. “Not so brave now, are you?” I winked at him. Samantha chooses an Italian cooking class. Needless to say, there is certainly fun and frivolity as well as a bit of mayhem in the kitchen….and maybe another room as well? What I love about this series so far is that Sam is stretching herself through her bucket list. She is inspiring me to make up my own bucket list and start attacking those items which I have longed to do. Life is definitely too short not to get the most out of it! Some surprises with this story. We see for the first time, Sam getting “friendly” with a man who is not Max! Wonder where that will go? As well, the suggestive word play was very chuckle worthy throughout the cooking lesson. LOVED it. Kept me in stitches. I am waiting for the next opportunity to pick up where I left off – with book #4 – Create a Masterpiece.

  3. 5 out of 5

    Marilyn

    Need more Vincenzo!

  4. 4 out of 5

    Andra Weis

    https://openbooksociety.com/article/l... Brought to you by OBS reviewer Andra Learn to Cook by Lillianna Blake is the third of a 24 book series. I must say, I am thoroughly enjoying this series of short read’s – really outside of the box for me (the short reads, not book series itself). In this installment, Samantha’s next item on her bucket list is to learn to cook. After all – didn’t her mom say: “Well, when all else fails, remember, the way to a man’s heart is through his stomach.” Before settin https://openbooksociety.com/article/l... Brought to you by OBS reviewer Andra Learn to Cook by Lillianna Blake is the third of a 24 book series. I must say, I am thoroughly enjoying this series of short read’s – really outside of the box for me (the short reads, not book series itself). In this installment, Samantha’s next item on her bucket list is to learn to cook. After all – didn’t her mom say: “Well, when all else fails, remember, the way to a man’s heart is through his stomach.” Before setting off to a class, Sam is thinking about her kitchen, which I find her musings rather interesting: “I walked over to the kitchen. My kitchen. It was spotless-for just one reason. I only ever cooked with the microwave and the toaster. My oven was pristine…. When it came to actually turning on the stove or oven, I preferred to pick up my purse and walk out the door.” I absolutely love the banter between Sam and Max (why can’t they just get together already???) – the following is an excerpt when discussing Sam’s attempt at cooking after the classes she is about to embark upon: “I’ll be happy to be your guinea pig.” “Great.” I smiled. “I will keep that in mind when I burn my first official meal.” “Okay, maybe you could practice a little first.” He laughed. “Not so brave now, are you?” I winked at him. Samantha chooses an Italian cooking class. Needless to say, there is certainly fun and frivolity as well as a bit of mayhem in the kitchen….and maybe another room as well? What I love about this series so far is that Sam is stretching herself through her bucket list. She is inspiring me to make up my own bucket list and start attacking those items which I have longed to do. Life is definitely too short not to get the most out of it! Some surprises with this story. We see for the first time, Sam getting “friendly” with a man who is not Max! Wonder where that will go? As well, the suggestive word play was very chuckle worthy throughout the cooking lesson. LOVED it. Kept me in stitches. I am waiting for the next opportunity to pick up where I left off – with book #4 – Create a Masterpiece.

  5. 5 out of 5

    Sue Williams

    I really like this series because I can identify with some of it. Samantha is a thirty something lady that has lost quite a bit of weight and decides to do some of the things on her bucket list. Samantha is pretty, smart and fun but doesn't have any confidence in herself. She is one of those people that always has something go wrong when trying something new. In this episode she signs up for a cooking class but didn't expect the teacher to be a good looking French man who becomes enamored with h I really like this series because I can identify with some of it. Samantha is a thirty something lady that has lost quite a bit of weight and decides to do some of the things on her bucket list. Samantha is pretty, smart and fun but doesn't have any confidence in herself. She is one of those people that always has something go wrong when trying something new. In this episode she signs up for a cooking class but didn't expect the teacher to be a good looking French man who becomes enamored with her. These books are quick to read and will make you smile if not giggle. All of the stories are very short but then again, the things she is doing don't last very long either.

  6. 4 out of 5

    Denise

    'Learn to Cook' should have been an easy task for most, but for Sam, it was hilarious. The short stories that comprise her Bucket List are full of funny scenarios or disasters, kind of the same thing when it comes to Sam. Max is really making me think he has different feelings than what he lets on when it comes to Sam. And then we have the mysterious Blue. I look forward to reading more. The storyline has definitely shown Sam's personal growth and acceptance for her choices throughout. 'Learn to Cook' should have been an easy task for most, but for Sam, it was hilarious. The short stories that comprise her Bucket List are full of funny scenarios or disasters, kind of the same thing when it comes to Sam. Max is really making me think he has different feelings than what he lets on when it comes to Sam. And then we have the mysterious Blue. I look forward to reading more. The storyline has definitely shown Sam's personal growth and acceptance for her choices throughout.

  7. 5 out of 5

    victoria k griffin

  8. 5 out of 5

    Jessica Davis

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    Megan Paholke

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    Mary

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    Coco_Chanel

  13. 5 out of 5

    Akansha

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    Kat

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    Amber Whitlock

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    Tiffany Young

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    Heidi Counterman

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  25. 4 out of 5

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  26. 4 out of 5

    Heather Norris

  27. 5 out of 5

    Lissa Smith Reads'~A Bookaholics Bookshelf

  28. 5 out of 5

    Khristina L.

  29. 4 out of 5

    Shawna

  30. 5 out of 5

    Mariah Bowman

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