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Cooking Up A Storm (English Edition) [Format Kindle]

Sue Welfare
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When newly single Sarah Peterson rents a cottage on Kit Roseberry’s country estate and swops cooking supper for rent, she isn’t expecting TV producer, Magda Holmes, to fall for Kit and his culinary skills, or offer him a slot on her TV show.

Kit can’t boil water, but he’s got the look and needs the money. Magda is keen to go for a traditional feel, happy families, picnics on the beach and birthday teas, so Sarah - along with her two boys - finds herself as undercover cook, and an instant wife and family for Kit’s TV debut.

But what will that do to Sarah's fresh start, her new man, ex-husband and the rest of her life? Is it a recipe for disaster or does it have all the ingredients of a great romance?

Cooking up a Storm is a classic Rom-Com, and includes recipes for all the dishes cooked by Sarah and Kit.

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  • Format : Format Kindle
  • Taille du fichier : 2510 KB
  • Nombre de pages de l'édition imprimée : 295 pages
  • Utilisation simultanée de l'appareil : Illimité
  • Editeur : Notting Hill Press (6 mars 2013)
  • Vendu par : Amazon Media EU S.à r.l.
  • Langue : Anglais
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4.0 étoiles sur 5 un bon moment 22 avril 2014
Format:Format Kindle|Achat vérifié
Une Rom'Com très sympa avec une héroïne qui n'est pas une "simple-fille-un-peu-idiote" mais une femme qui se retrouve dans une situation délicate suite aux événements de "la vie". Les personnages sont attachants, l'histoire se lit facilement. J'ai hâte de tester les recettes prodiguées dans le livre.
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4.0 étoiles sur 5 Cooking Up a Storm 2 avril 2013
Par jofromoz - Publié sur
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Cooking Up A Storm
Cooking Up A Storm
I have had the pleasure of reading this little beauty already and thoroughly recommend it to any reader who likes a well written light story with a happy ending.
Sarah works for a magazine which is showing all the signs of closing down and farming jobs out to freelancers. Sarah is the bread winner of the family of four, since her husband Colin decided to quit his job to write a book...a never ending book which never seems to materialise. One morning after taking her sons Alex and Harry to school, Sarah pops back home to find her next door neighbour Peony in her dressing gown and with her son's stuffed rabbit, talking seductively on the upstairs landing to her naked husband Colin, in their bedroom.
Devastated it takes Sarah some days to decide she must end the marriage and go it alone.
Her friend Melissa at work has a distant relative who would like to rent his cottage that sits in the grounds of his extensive estate complete with mansion...Kit is asset rich but cash poor.
Putting the house on the market and Colin on notice that he needs to find somewhere else to live, Sarah and her boys move to the cottage and set up home. Kit becomes a good friend to the little boys, due to the fact he has not lost his 'boyishness' himself as yet and can find fun in everything he does.
When the magazine is about to fold, one of the directors Magna, offers Sarah a job with her company. She also wants Kit for her photo shoots. Magna sets her sights on Kit in more than one way. Kit begs Sarah to cook a lunch for him to impress Magna and her staff because he needs the money and a job.....Magna is led to believe that Kit has prepared the lunch himself. And so the idea of a cooking TV show is born, with Kit as the star. With much coercion he gets Sarah to agree to teach him how to cook, and have the kitchen which has been fully decked out with the best equipment possible by the smitten Magna, set up with the ingredients ready for him to throw together as if he was born with a wooden spoon in his hand instead of a silver one. The cooking lessons and TV shoots are a scream and the reader will delight at how cleverly the plot is written....and laugh out loud!
In the meantime, Sarah tries to tie up the loose ends of her broken marriage. She meets a local man called Shaun who seems to have loose ends of his own to tie up, so they are star crossed lovers from the very beginning.
Little by little things fall into place for Sarah, and she is surprised to learn that the new man-to-be in her life was around her all the time.
This is a delightful story full of delightful and lovable characters. Well worth the read.
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 Cooking up a good plot.... 6 mai 2013
Par Mrs. R. L. Dove - Publié sur
Format:Format Kindle
I love a good rom-com book, and this book, with its lovely pink cover is just that, with some cracking recipes thrown in for good measure (I put on 2lbs reading this novel - buyer beware!)

Sarah is a good mum, good employee, and a good wife until events conspire against her and throw her into a daunting new life, which she bravely embraces and excels in, with the help of her beautiful boys, Alex and Harry, a rather pushy power-hungry career woman, Magda (Maggot DOES suit her better) and the lovely, if somewhat childlike Kit, Lord of the Manor.

There is some men in life that need mothering and a good 'man up' speech(Kit), some blokes who are nice enough but finish last (Shawn) and some specimens of the male gender who are just begging for a patio burial plot all of their own (Colin). Colin is Sarah's snivelling weasel-like ex-husband to be, who annoyed me intensely throughout the book. I wanted to scream at him, throw things at him, burn his clothes and generally poke his eyes out with a sharp stick. This is the sign of a good character, and he is certainly that!

I really enjoyed this book, the humour, the description of the surroundings, and the drawn out romances which left me with no clue if Sarah would end up with anyone till the final bit and I highly recommend it. A great summer read, and the recipes interspersed within the pages were a nice touch too.
5.0 étoiles sur 5 Invigorating! 29 novembre 2013
Par Serena Fairfax - Publié sur
Format:Format Kindle
I'd never read anything by Sue Welfare before and am now glad I have. The storyline is direct and, as a reader, you really feel for the protagonist and her ups and downs and how she handles her life. The book never falters and paints a wonderful picture of the best of country life. I love the recipes and have tried the haloumi one which went down a storm! The author neatly ties off the ends and, like a good meal, you shut the book, feeling contented and replete. The cover is inventive, too!
3.0 étoiles sur 5 3.5 stars 18 novembre 2013
Par The Every Free Chance Reader - Publié sur
Format:Format Kindle|Achat vérifié
Did I enjoy this book: I did enjoy this book. It was typical chick lit – a woman newly on her own trying to make it, a seemingly helpless man, and a romance with some cooking thrown in for good measure. It was a good story.

Sarah is a good person who is doing the best she can given her current situation. I could not imagine going through what she was going through. Sarah is strong and knows when to give in to a situation – Magda and a job! – and when to walk away – Colin! She loves her kids and tries to do right for them given the difficult-ness of Colin. She even gives him more than she should in my opinion. Sarah is a great lead in a chick lit novel. I wanted the best for her.

My favorite character was Kit. He was fantastic. I fell in love with him from the beginning. He’s that big kid that hasn’t really grown up but can be grown up and very aware when the need arises. He’s lovable and kind and funny. The interaction and chemistry between he and Sarah was well-written. I could see them together acting out this script for his cookery show. I could see them together getting along, but not getting along while she is teaching him how to cook and while he is helping with her boys.

Colin is an ass, plain and simple. I cannot stand him and every time he came around I wanted to gauge my eyes out so I didn’t have to read his drivel. He was written wonderfully. All of his unbelievable-ness was believable. Peony was a trip, especially at the end. Shaun was a wonderful match as well. Magda was a hard-nosed boss who went after what she wanted, and she usually got it.

The recipes all sound delicious. I’ll have to try some soon! My only criticism with the recipes is that the author should have included a recipe after every chapter, not just some chapters, or just left them all at the end of the book. I would have preferred to have them all at the end of the book. I found the recipes at the end of most chapters was quite distracting and took away some of the flow.

Other minor issues with Cooking Up A Storm…some typos throughout the book. They weren’t plentiful but there were a few that stood out. And the ending wrapped up very quickly in the epilogue. I wanted more out of that. I wanted to know more. It was too quick of an ending for me. I almost didn’t get what happened with the characters.

Would I recommend it: I would recommend this book if you like chick lit, and if you like British chick lit.

Will I read it again: I will not.

(I received a copy of this book for review purposes.)
5.0 étoiles sur 5 An Enjoyable Read 21 mai 2013
Par LondonChick35 - Publié sur
Format:Broché|Achat vérifié
Cooking up a Storm was the first book I have read from Sue Welfare. I am a big reader of chick-lit type books, reading about two a week, and I stumbled upon Cooking Up a Storm on an Amazon recommendation. I normally like books from Carole Matthews and Jill Mansell -- if you like those authors, you will love this book. In this novel, Sarah retreats to a cottage owned by a friend's relative, after she discovers her husband having an affair. Her and her children adjust to life in their new home, and Sarah finds herself helping the cottage's landlord Kit with his new found cooking career, ironic especially since he can't cook. The characters are really likeable and I didn't want the novel to end. You will enjoy it too.
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