Will Chase and Kai rise to the top, or will they get burned?
“Welcome to a new season of Burned, where we find fresh new cooking talent… and a few culinary disasters!
Get ready in week one as twenty pastry chef hopefuls and dessert connoisseurs compete for the thirteen coveted workspaces in our Burned kitchen.
With stakes this big, we ask the one question on everyone’s mind: Do these chefs have what it takes to rise to the top? Or will they get Burned?”
Burned contestants Chase and Kai are into each other from the word go and can barely keep their hands off of each other… until they see the first episode treatment and realize the producers intend to portray them as bitter rivals.
At first it’s fun to pretend to bicker—enemies on film, lovers when the cameras stop rolling—but soon it’s hard not to take the faux rivalry seriously.
Things get rough between Chase and Kai until they find out everything at Burned is not what it seems. They really have only one choice — stick together.
Love…war…and one hell of a chocolate cake.
Remy Babineaux despises Pineapple Joe’s and everything the chain stands for.
He refuses to let his family’s heritage become some tacky corporate tourist trap, no matter how red their balance sheet looks these days.
Coconut bras and plastic beads in his restaurant? Yeah, right. Over his dead, rotting corpse.
The last thing Remy wants is a meeting with the restaurant chain’s representative, but his father agreed to at least listen to the proposal. There’s nothing Remy can do about it. He figures an anonymous hookup is exactly what he needs to decompress.
It’s hot. It’s sweaty. It’s sexy. It’s a big, big mistake.
He doesn’t realize just how big of a mistake it was until the next morning, when he’s going head to head with Joe, his one night stand, over the rights to his family’s legacy. Remy’s never hated anyone so much.
It’s war, and they’re both determined to win at any cost. Neither of them counted on falling in love.
It all started with a taste…
Tristan Green left his small English town for Manhattan and a job at a high profile ad agency, but can’t seem to find his bearings.
He spends a lot of time working late at night, eating and sleeping alone — it’s not the New York life he’d once imagined. Not even close.
One night when he’s feeling really low, he wanders by a beautiful little bakery with the lights still on. The baker invites him in, and some time during that night Tristan realizes it’s the first time he’s really smiled in months.
Henry is gorgeous, funny, kind — the quirky baker black sheep in an upper crust family. Tristan gets swept up in Henry’s lovely little world of pastries, rooftop terraces, and romance.
Now he just has to do his best not to screw it all up.