Food for Love

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Cordelia is a disaster in the kitchen, but in order to claim her inheritance she must conquer the catering world, relying heavily on a mysterious chafing dish. Can this fast-food loving pianist find true love or will she wind up with egg on her face?
A delicious romance, stuffed with Cordelia’s unique and hilarious recipes, Food for Love is a tasty treat for foodies and non-foodies alike! More

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Words: 80,440
Language: English
ISBN: 9781301454457
About Erin Evans

Erin Evans is a stay-at-home mom and an avid reader of fantasy, sci-fi, literary fiction, mysteries, thrillers, and pretty much anything else that has been written (excepting romance and horror). Her love of writing started at a young age through literature classes with her mother, the author of Learning Language Arts through Literature. She graduated from Samford University with a Bachelor’s of Music, and spent a year teaching in China. Four children later, Erin’s control freak nature made her dream of having the power to command instant obedience from her children. This inspired her to create The Rhine Maiden, whose heroine, Piper, lives a life very similar to Erin’s. Sadly, the supernatural powers are imaginary and Erin has to live vicariously through her writing.

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Review by: Maureen James on Jan. 20, 2013 :
I got this free from smashwords when it first came out, lucky for me! It is a wonderful read, sweet and fun. I can't wait to see if there will be another one, I loved this main character. This is a fantastic author, check out her other series The Rhine Maiden, you won't regret it!
(reviewed within a month of purchase)

Review by: Christy Nicholson on Jan. 18, 2013 :
I was lucky enough to grab this for free when it first debuted. A super-fun read. I like the Rhine Maiden series from the same author, but this novel is lighter and more playful -- something I needed this winter. The recipes in between chapters crack me up....I'm trying to figure out if I dare try any of them!
(reviewed long after purchase)

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