Release Blitz for Spooning Leads to Forking by Kilby Blades
Series: Hot in the Kitchen #2
Author: Kilby Blades
Genre: Contemporary Romance/Romantic Comedy
name—and her job as a top food critic—behind in New York, Shea Summers seeks
respite in Sapling. Her borrowed mountain getaway seems perfect for writing her
opus. It’s also perfect for riding out a messy divorce and hiding the roomful
of cash she kind-of-sort-of stole from her ex.Too bad Sapling is a remote, three-restaurant town with food that leaves much
to be desired. Sexy grocer, Dev Kingston, may be Shea’s saving grace. The way
he looks at her with his aspen-green eyes shows her everything her marriage was
missing, and he can special-order every delicacy she craves.
But Shea’s not the only one who isn’t what she seems. Dev moonlights as a
sheriff’s deputy, a fact she finds out too late; a string of suspicious crimes
finds newcomers under scrutiny; and her ex is going to extremes to find out
where she is.
money and living under an assumed name might be on the right side of wrong, but
dating Dev is a dangerous game. She’s still running and he’s still the law.
said to herself rather unreasonably. She’d been mentally cursing the man all
morning. He was utterly responsible for her lack of concentration. Maybe some
of the blame ought to be put on Delilah, whose abrupt disappearance the night
before had perpetrated events that left Shea and Dev alone in his car.
charm. Seeing him with Evie had done nothing to diminish his appeal. There were
few things more attractive than a man who doted on his momma. Then, to be in
his car, surrounded by a cocoon of his citrusy, spicy aroma had made Shea ache
to do spicy things.
sex-starved Shea reminded reasonable Shea, as if any version of Shea could
forget. It was the least-perfunctory cheek kiss she’d ever received. His big
hand had cuffed her upper arm firmly. His green eyes had narrowed slightly,
telegraphing something complex before warm lips delivered a too-brief kiss to
pulled back and she might have leant forward just a bit—her nose’s attempt to
follow. She might’ve taken it farther, trailing said nose up the column of his
beautiful neck, if his voice hadn’t broken the spell, speaking a deep, “Good
Blades is a 45-time-award-winning author of Romance and Women’s Fiction. Her
debut novel, Snapdragon, was a HOLT Medallion finalist, a
Publisher’s Weekly Book Life Prize Semi-Finalist, and an IPPY Award medalist.
Kilby was honored with an RSJ Emma Award for Best Debut Author in 2018 and has been
lauded by critics for “easing feminism and equality into her novels”
(IndieReader) and “writing characters who complement each other like
a fine wine does a good meal” (Publisher’s Weekly).
not writing, Kilby goes to movie matinees alone, where she eats Chocolate Pocky
and buttered popcorn and usually smuggles in not-a-little-bit of red wine. She
procrastinates from the difficult process of writing by oversharing on Facebook and Instagram
and giving away cool stuff related to her fiction novels to her newsletter subscribers.