Today I’m sharing a book review on Tacos for Two and offering a giveaway. Grab a cup of tea (or coffee) and read along!
About the Book
Rory Perez, a food truck owner who can’t cook, is struggling to keep the business she inherited from her aunt out of the red–and an upcoming contest during Modest’s annual food truck festival seems the best way to do it. The prize money could finally give her a solid financial footing and keep her cousin with special needs paid up at her beloved assisted living home. Then maybe Rory will have enough time to meet the man she’s been talking to via an anonymous online dating site.
Jude Strong is tired of being a puppet at his manipulative father’s law firm, and the food truck festival seems like the perfect opportunity to dive into his passion for cooking and finally call his life his own. But if he loses the contest, he’s back at the law firm for good. Failure is not an option.
Complications arise when Rory’s chef gets mono and she realizes she has to cook after all. Then Jude discovers that his stiffest competition is the same woman he’s been falling for online the past month.
Will these unlikely chefs sacrifice it all for the sake of love? Or will there only ever be tacos for one?
Tacos for Two had me with the witty text exchange.
The banter kept me hooked as Jude and Rory navigated every day life. Oh and let’s not forget that discussions were often centered around my favorite food—tacos!!
If you’re a You’ve Got Mail fan and a contemporary romance fan, then this book is for you. It’ll make you smile, make you laugh, cheer for a happily ever after, and close the book with a satisfied smile.
*I received a complimentary copy from the publisher. My review was not required nor influenced.
About the Author
Betsy St. Amant Haddox is the author of over fifteen inspirational romance novels and novellas. She resides in north Louisiana with her hero of a hubby, two total-opposite young daughters, a vast collection of coffee mugs, and an impressive stash of Pickle chips. Betsy has a B.A. in Communications and a deep-rooted passion for seeing women restored in Christ. When she’s not composing her next book or trying to prove unicorns are real, Betsy can usually be found somewhere in the vicinity of a white-chocolate mocha–no whip. She blogs frequently at www.ibelieve.com, a devotional site for women.
Betsy is proud to be represented by Tamela Hancock Murray of The Steve Laube Agency.