As the competition heats up, these men need a recipe for romance.
Tristan Delgado has talent. How else could he have landed a job working as a pastry chef for one of the most sought-after caterers in Seattle? What he doesn't have is money. He's barely making ends meet as it is, and when his sister escapes an abusive husband, he doesn't hesitate to take her in. Twice the people means twice the mouths to feed, and Tristan is running out of options.
Henry Isaacson is cocky, and he's okay with that. He has a job he loves, a successful pastry shop, and he's been chosen to appear on Get Baked, an elite baking competition. This is his chance to prove he's a cut above the very best and get the recognition he deserves. But his excitement soon deflates like a poorly timed soufflé when he encounters the last person he expects: his old rival, Tristan.
The prize money is just what Tristan needs, but once he realizes he'll be competing against Henry, everything changes. Henry's always been smug, annoyingly handsome, and even more annoyingly talented. Tristan can't afford distractions, but the heat between them is undeniable. Someone will win, and someone will lose, but one thing's for sure: they're in for more than a dash of romance.