A Recipe for Love: a deliciously witty Christmassy culinary romcom. True!

From the author found on Amazon: “

Carol Gabriel hates Christmas. Not just a little bit, but quite a damn lot.

She can’t even stand having a boyfriend over the Christmas period and habitually dumps them just before the season begins.

Even the restaurant she co-owns, a French bistro called Carol’s, doesn’t do a Christmas menu and doesn’t do Christmas decorations, either.

In short, there is no Christmas at Carol’s.

But then she gets some bad news. The bistro is failing. There’s too much local competition, they don’t have enough customers and there’s a risk that the business may need to be sold.

As it’s early December, her mother and some of her colleagues suggest that she may like to reconsider her attitude to Christmas. Maybe cook up a Christmas menu for once. Maybe even risk putting up some decorations and a few sprigs of mistletoe.

But it’s an uphill struggle. There’s a reason that Carol doesn’t like Christmas and it’s one that she keeps to herself.

Eventually, she reluctantly agrees to give it a go, for the sake of the restaurant, her glamorous, eccentric partner Roksana and all its much-loved employees.

But the minutes are ticking by. Has she left it too late? Can she catch up and compete with her competitors?

Will there be Christmas at Carol’s?

Nicola Yeager was born in Lincoln to Dutch parents and is married with two children. She currently lives in London and Amsterdam. She is the author of two novellas, Picture Imperfect and The Spa Day and three novels, Summer Loving, Miss Match and A Recipe for Love. This book was previously published under the title ‘Christmas at Carol’s’.”

My review: I loved this book! First, this book is almost without errors which is awesome. I loved this story. Honestly, at times I laughed out loud as it is good – GREAT! Kudos to the author for such a dramatic, funny, loving Christmas romance read! Happy New Year with more bubbles and fuzz! PS: This book will make you hungry.

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