#DoneIt with Robbie Terman



Last year I traveled to Peru and stopped in Puerto Maldonado, which is the gateway to the southern Amazon jungle. In order to reach the hotel, we had to take a boat across the Madre de Dios River.  A short walk through the Amazon jungle and we reached our lodge for the night – a small wooden structure with only screens (no walls) on three sides. The beds were draped in netting to keep out bugs and a native creature had to be removed from the bathroom.

After spending most of my life avoiding anything that resembles camping, this trip wasn’t just going outside my comfort zone, it was burning my comfort zone down. My time in the Amazon included hiking through the jungle calf-deep in mud and a nighttime boat ride to search for alligators.

But one of the highlights was a canopy walk through the jungle at 93-feet in the air. The wood bridges swayed as I walked across, the surface slippery from days of non-stop rain. Monkeys screeched and jumped overhead across the trees. It was one of the most exhilarating experiences of my life.

It took courage for me to go on a trip that was so unlike anything I had ever done. Like me, Ashton Grey, the heroine of Some Like It Spicy, also made a courageous choice. Ashton’s biggest fear is criticism; yet she agreed to be a contestant on The Next Celebrity Chef to save her restaurant. Although she knew she and her food would be judged, she took a leap of faith.

My decision to travel to Peru and the Amazon turned out to be a great one. As for Ashton’s choice, well, that’s her story to tell.






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Ashton Grey’s restaurant, Sweet Home, is in trouble. Months of empty tables have left her and her partners near bankruptcy, and her father’s prediction of her failure as a chef seems imminent. But a chance encounter could provide Ashton with the publicity she needs to save her restaurant—if the fiery chef is willing to compete on a reality cooking show. But in order to win, she needs to stay focused. No problem…until she meets the head judge.

Celebrity chef Ty Cates is ready to get away from the camera and back to the kitchen where he belongs. Performing as head judge on a reality show is just one more commitment he’d like to get out of, especially after he meets Ashton. Head judges dating contestants is about as taboo as putting ketchup on filet mignon, but from the moment they meet, there’s a simmering heat between them that neither can ignore.

As the competition heats up, they rely on sneaking around, stealing amazing night after amazing night together when the cameras aren’t rolling. When both realize what’s starting to feel like love could easily be a recipe for disaster, Ashton and Ty need to make a choice—get out of the kitchen or turn up the heat.








Robbie Terman began her journey as a writer in third grade, when she completed her first (24-page) “novel.” Many years later, she is published in contemporary romance. Her heroines are feisty, her heroes Hot (yup, that’s with a capital H!). And, when you read her books, if you cry a little and laugh a lot, that’s just the reaction she was hoping for. When she’s not writing, Robbie can usually be found doing one of three things: shopping for shoes and handbags at Nordstrom; trying a new restaurant (or attempting a new recipe); or relaxing on the couch and catching up on her favorite television programs.






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