Werewolves in the Kitchen – Book review

Werewolves in the Kitchen by Shauna Aura Knight


This novel had some good stuff and some bad stuff.

The story is about a woman named Ellie who moves to SpiralStone retreat center to figure out what she wants from her life. She does some grunt work to compensate for her food and stay. The retreat turns out to hide some magic and supernatural creatures.

Enter two retreat kitchen chefs – Jake and Kyle

Ellie can’t help being attracted to them both.  She even tries to avoid them. But it is hard to resist two gorgeous men with food



I really like the setting of the story. – Idea of a retreat center as a community of supernaturals is not that far fetched and had a nice touch to it.
I had problems with how sex scenes were written. – Some of the wording made me cringe.
Characters and their traditions were intriguing – but they were only mentioned and nothing was really explained that well and that’s a shame since I felt there was more they could have added to the story.
Sometimes I had a feeling that flow of the story was too mechanical – this proved to bother me most during sex scenes.

kiss the cook

Sex scenes on their own were intense and steamy.

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