IT'S IN HIS KISS
Savannah Jacobs is furious. Her fledging restaurant, the Silver Spoon, has been given a scathing review in The Cincinnati Tribune. She's mad and someone is going to pay. Jackson DeWitt had no right to do this to her. She was trying very hard to get her business off the ground. She knew it wouldn't be easy, but lately everything was going wrong. Jackson was the final straw. Savannah intended to make him eat his words. So, she stormed into his office and decorated his orderly desk with the same dish he had written about in his column. She then rips a copy of his column into itsy-bitsy pieces, sprinkles them on top of the mess like a garnish before stomping away. Jackson was amused and angry. He's never met anyone like her before and wants to see her again. Savannah also notices his good looks, but pushes them aside because of her anger. They are both annoyed but attracted to one another. Tempers flare but the attraction is too great to ignore.