Secret Confessions: Sydney Housewives – Meagan
Meagan knows food. In the kitchen, she’s confident, cool, and in charge. But when it comes to presenting next season’s dishes and delicacies to the owner of the exclusive restaurant where she is head chef, all of her insecurities boil to the surface.
She knows that she’s playing with fire with a special dessert that blows the restaurant’s budget, but maybe, with the help of some unorthodox persuasion techniques, she might just get what she wants – everything that she wants.
What AusRomToday thought:
Ok, I’ll preface this review by saying it’s a tough review to write… Tough, because I really couldn’t find one single thing to fault whatsoever.
This was one of those reads that make you periodically stop along the way, simply to let the story wash over you.
So, where to start?
The characterisation was perfect.
The development and revealation of Meagan and Fraser’s relationship was perfect.
The build-up and anticipation was perfect.
The presentation of the story was simply flawless.
If this story doesn’t prompt you to immediately download Husk’s entire catalogue of work, I’d be surprised!
– J’aimee Brooker, AusRomToday