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"Children of Blood and Bone"
Tomi Adeyemi conjures a stunning world of dark magic and danger in her West African-inspired fantasy debut. Learn more
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The interpretations on this theme are as diverse as the authors. A nice surprise was to find a recipe at the end of each story for the food involved.
In Sue Stewart Ade’s Pumpkin Blossoms, Jillian throughout most of the story, thinks that the secret crush of her life is still in love with her sister. Many twists and turns will keep the reader flipping pages until the last one of this beautifully written tale. (And who knew that pumpkin blossoms were even edible?)
In Randi Perrin’s Boston Crème Breakdown, a lonely, returning soldier, Kestin, finds a desperately needed job, teaching Erica to cook. The story is told largely through e-mails between them. Wonderful chemistry between the characters, and very funny at times.
Coffee Cake Chaos by Ryan Jo Summers is the story of why Avianna agrees to cater her ex-boyfriend’s engagement party. Supposedly it is because she needs a new roof.
Apple Pie Delight by Sonja Gunter. After forty years, can lost loves really be reunited? And can an apple pie be the vehicle to make that happen?
Peanut Butter Kisses by Jody Vitek. Most people who go to their ten-year class reunion do so out of curiosity, to see how their classmates have fared. For Beth and her old flame, it’s far more complex.
The Chocolate Queen by April & Holly Marcom. The story begins at an 8th grade school party, but certainly doesn’t end there. It’s about super powers and whether we all have them. And chocolate candy cake sounds wonderful.
Each of these writers will pull you in and keep you engaged to the end. We all love good food and good romance. In this anthology there is plenty of both.