In Fire and Brimstone Lucifer is the owner of his own restaurant and has made every attempt to fire his employee, the bane of his existence Rebecca. Of course he is not successful but a merry time is had as the two begin to fall for one another. One thing about Lucifer though he is always tinkering with recipes trying to exceed expectations. This Crispy Brussel Sprout and Kale Salad from Chefdehome may not be a go to for his menu but I made it and it was so good had to share, it was unexpected kind of like this book.Fire & Brimstone by R.L. Mathewson
My rating: 5 of 5 stars
Lucifer Bradford wants to fire his annoying waitress. He has hidden her mysterious clipboard that he thinks may have magical powers, he is ready to fire her. Rebecca though doesn’t seem to listen, he has had fired her multiple times and she is still there. When she finally says okay, he knows something is wrong. Lucifer doesn’t want to care about the menace, but he kind of does.
Rebecca has been dealing with an elusive illness her whole life and she can’t take it anymore. She is hurting but everyone thinks she is a hypochondriac, as if. When Lucifer helps her, she finds herself falling for the unshakable man who carries her around, tries to tell her what to do, which she doesn’t. Lucifer is falling as well, but now he has to get Rebecca to fall for him as well. She is his perfect match and scary in some ways, even worse than a Bradford.
Extremely delicious fun. Loved this couple, Lucifer is a hoot and Rebecca is devious. One of my favorite series of all time. Couldn’t put it down.
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