Thursday, 11 November 2010

Book Review: Dining with Joy

Dining with Joy (A Lowcountry Romance)Dining with Joy
BY: Rachel Hauck
PUBLISHED BY: Thomas Nelson
PUBLISHED IN: 2010
ISBN: 978-1-59554-339-4
Pages: 309
Reviewed by Billy Burgess

Joy Ballard is an author and host of a syndicated cooking show, Dining with Joy. She is excited with her show is picked up by a major network. Dining with Joy will now be in a prime time slot. However, Joy has one problem, she cannot cook.

The producers of the show hire a creative cook, Luke Redmond, to co-host the show. Joy thinks this is the perfect idea. Now she has time to write her books and spend time with her friends. Soon she starts having feelings for Redmond.

Joy and her rival Wenda Devine have a cooking competition on live television and Joy’s secret comes out.

Dining with Joy was a fun delight to read. After reading the book, I wondered how many other cooking show hosts cannot cook. LoL! The characters are believably written. Any romance fan will enjoy reading this book.

*I would like to thank Thomas Nelson for sending me a copy to review.

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