It’s time once again to visit Nonna’s Corner. Today I have a fun story geared toward three to seven-year-olds that will make you giggle. Grab a cup of coffee and see what the “Royals” and I have to say about A COOKED-UP FAIRY TALE.
The Simplicity of Cider by Amy E. Reichert and Apple Salad
Today I am sharing a favorite Apple Salad recipe and THE SIMPLICITY OF CIDER by Amy E. Reichart. A delightful, light romance nestled amongst an apple orchard that will have foodie fiction lovers begging for more.
Just Say Yes by Alyssa Goodnight
Just Say Yes by Alyssa Goodnight is a contemporary romance with a touch of magical realism. It will appeal to foodies and offers up something different from Browncoat to pop culture references and it is sure to make you smile. Unique characters, growth, friendship, humor and a sweet, slow-building romance made Just Say Yes a winner.
Sugar Rush by Donna Kauffman
I listened to the audio version of Sugar Rush, the first book in the Cupcake Club by Donna Kaufman and narrated by Amanda Ronconi. Sugar Rush was a fun, predictable romance with cupcakes! It was friends, or should I say former associates to lover’s romance. Sugar Rush made me laugh, with its small –town setting, banter and community.
Baking Love by Lauren Boyd
What happens when you fall in love with your best friend and before you can tell him, he ends your friendship? You get over it, suck it up and move on, but what if he shows up at your bakery years later to order his wedding cake? Baking Love shares the tale, and despite a few issues, I rather enjoyed this sweet romance. Three word review: sweet, predictable and clean.