A Pulpwood Queens Book Club Selection "COOKING FOR LOVE is not only a great read but a delicious one, with a luscious layer of naughtiness that leaves the reader craving more." --Kathy Patrick, Founder of The Pulpwood Queens Book Club Who says women over 40 are too old for fun, romance and sex?
In COOKING FOR LOVE, Beverly Hills cookbook author Miriam Levy dreams about food. Her best friend Kate McGrath dreams about "The One" who got away. When, after 25 years, Kate finds him on Google, and he asks her to visit him half-way around the world, she begs Miriam to go with her. It leads to an adventure that teaches both women love, life, friendship--and food. Inspired by a true story, this warm, funny novel--Chick Lit for "mature" women--includes 20 delicious recipes.
If you loved Like Water for Chocolate or The Divine Secrets of the Ya Ya Sisterhood, COOKING FOR LOVE is must reading.
"In COOKING FOR LOVE, Sharon Boorstin whips up a delicious confection of fiction and food that you'll want to devour, all the way through to the last yummy page." --Iris Rainer Dart, Author of Beaches and Some Kind of Miracle "COOKING FOR LOVE has cooked up a delicious story with all the trimmings of humor and womanspeak. Thankfully you can't gain weight from inhaling a fun read." --Suzy Gershman, Author of Born to Shop and C'est La Vie