A GENTLEMAN CHEF . . .
Risking scandal in the ton Quentin Leith, Earl of Middlehurst, dares to go into business as a chef and restauranteur — disguised as a Mr. Brown. Immediately, the creme de la creme of society declares him the premier chef and Les Trois Etoiles the place to meet. But when the utterly charming Audrey Langston appears in London to claim Quentin as her husband, an arrangement their families planned long ago, his thoughts become occupied with more than just culinary perfection. As a man of honor, the Earl knows he must meet his obligation, though he also knows Miss Langston would never countenance being married to a chef. While Audrey's kisses prove far sweeter than wine, how can he abandon his sauces and Les Trois Etoiles?
A LADY OF GOOD TASTE . . .
Audrey Langston is tall, blonde and the picture of cool English elegance. Arriving in London to finally wed her childhood fiance, she is pleased to find the pimply youth of memory has become an eminently attractive man. But when Audrey discovers Quentin's secret skill, she is nothing less than amused and vows to become the sole object of his attentions — even if it means putting an end to his time in the kitchen, forever! But Miss Langston is about to learn that there is always room for more than one passion — as the earl prepares his fiancee the piece de resistance of his career!