Thursday, February 27, 2014

Dinner For Two by Emily Porterfield

Lucy is a revered food critic. One poor review from her can shut a restaurant down, but what happen when she finds the best haute cuisine served out of a food truck? Russ is the one who owns and operates this food truck and has an absolute love of food and of cooking. These two have completely different personalities, but can they over come their differences?

The opposites attract cliche at it's finest. A little bit too scripted for my taste, the characters are basic archetypes with very little about them to make them stand out. It's a decent little book but with the sheer amount of books available, it's easily forgettable.

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