To enter your name for a chance to win this book, just follow the directions. It's easy. This week I have a fun question for you. Do you think foreign accents are sexy? I have to say that I do. They make me take a second look at the person speaking, that's for sure. :) Now by foreign I mean out of country, not NY City or Southern drawl. My personal favorite is European/Eastern European (not European English) such as from French, Italian, Russian-speaking people, etc. Anyone have a favorite accent they would like to share? I will pick a winner by random selection next Sunday.
About the book:
Sadie Spencer has learned that in life, as well as in food, sour balances sweet. Returning to her hometown of Hershey with a five-year-old daughter, she manages to rise from the ashes following the death of her husband and the passing of her mother and the dissolution of her career as a TV chef. She opens a restaurant and looks forward to savoring the sweet side of life until a handsome Russian entrepreneur arrives in town, apparently intent on opening up his own restaurant in direct competition to hers. Sadie becomes obsessed with honing the one skill she's never had--creating desserts to keep up with her adversary, and in the process, she finds a love that's simply icing on the cake.
I love Hershey, PA. I don't have this book though (wah!) so I don't know if I like it. However, it does sound like my kind of romance. Maybe I'll get a copy to review. If I do I will post one here in the future. :)