Cutting Deep by T.A. Anderson
My rating: 4 of 5 stars
Ande is just starting culinary school in an attempt to move forward in her life and do something she is passionate about. From the first moment she sets foot in the school, she meets Daniel who is a very hot chef who will soon be one of her instructors. She is attempting to let go of a past that hurt her badly, and getting into a complicated relationship with an instructor is something Ande knows probably isn't a good idea for personal and professional reasons. Ande and Daniel find it impossible to stay away from one another, but both have challenging pasts and secrets that seem to be making everything challenging for them.
I'll just start by saying that there is some high drama going on in here! Whoooo! At times it feels like it is almost too much, but Ande is a very relatable character, and since she seems very aware that the level of drama in her life is completely ridiculous it makes it easier for us (the reader) to feel that it could be real. Her circle of friends is amazing, and it is always nice to see people looking out for one another the way her group of friends looks out for one another. They make some of the intense and confusing situations Ande has to deal with almost bearable.
There are a couple viable love interests here and it is truly challenging to try and decide what should happen. In the beginning if asked to choose- there would be no contest. But as the story progresses, like in life, there is usually more to people than we first realize. Suddenly it becomes hard to know who to trust and who to want Ande to end up with. I still have my preference, but the way this installment ends, it is tough to call. I will definitely be seeking out the next book in this series to see how the story continues. I enjoyed this a lot, and would recommend it to anyone looking for some steamy scenes, and some high drama.
I reside in Sunny Southern California. I recently self published my first novel, Cutting Deep. I wrote this during a quarter life crisis, and never dreamed it would ever be finished or actually published. I would say I have the worst sense of humor out of anyone I know, except my friends. I find things funny that others may find not so funny, but I cant help myself. I try to find the humor in everything in life. I'm addicted to tattoo's and I'm not sure I know one person in my massive family that does not have a tattoo. Crazy Right? I will leave you with this quote "Either write something worth reading or do something worth writing" -Ben Franklin.
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