Book Review: Menu for Romance by Kaye Dacus

Menu For Romance (Book 2 in the Brides of Bonneterre series)
by Kaye Dacus
Barbour Publishing
317 pages

I haven't had to buy any of Kaye Dacus's books since I've either won copies or mooched copies from Bookmooch but I will definitely go buy her next release A Case For Love if I'm not fortunate enough to win it. I LOVE her books!

Menu for Romance released in July through Barbour publishers is the story of 30 something party planner, Meredith Guidry and her long time friend, Chef Major O'Hara. The problem between the two, is both feel more than friendship towards each other but are afraid to express their feelings. Thrown into the mix is a hunky contractor who may just be perfect for Meredith and Major's worst nightmare.

I finished this book in two sittings. I loved all the imagery in the book, I especially loved all the kitchen scenes that made me feel like I was actually there and could taste the prime rib. Wheeew and the relationship between Mere and her family I could totally relate to as I come from a larger family and know all about meddling and lack of privacy! The relationship between Meredith and Major was really sweet...I wish I had a cute chef to bring me leftovers for lunch! This is a really nice Christian romance, not too preachy but just right for just about anyone to enjoy!

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  1. Hi, Renee! So glad you enjoyed MENU!

    Around October or November, I'll be gathering names and addresses of "influencers" to receive a copy of A CASE FOR LOVE from the publisher. I'll post the announcement on my website, so be sure to check during that time to find out how to sign up!


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