Reviewed by Anne-Marie Reynolds for Readers’ Favorite
Food for Love by Erin Evans is a humorous tale of love and food! They say that to get to a man’s heart you should aim for his stomach, but for Cordelia McKellen that simply isn’t true. You see, she comes from a gastronomic family, but it seems she is the only one who can’t cook! Give her a piano and she’s happy; give her a set of saucepans and she goes into meltdown. When her grandmother dies, it comes as a shock to find that she will inherit her business, but she must meet some strict rules first. A gift from her grandmother, a chafing dish that can truly work magic is the only thing that she and her best friend have to help them conquer the world of catering. Add a handsome neighbor who isn’t all that he seems to be into the mix and you have the perfect ingredients for a laugh-out-loud comedy of errors.
Food for Love by Erin Evans was a hilarious read. The story line was truly unique and it had me hooked from the very first page. This is one of those books that can easily be read in one sitting because you won’t want to put it down. The plot is ingenious, full of magic, laughter and love, with a few disputes along the way. The character development was second to none and the main protagonist is one that we should all be able to identify with. This is a great read for anyone who feels a bit low because I guarantee it will lift you up and shake the blues away. Great story, and I will definitely be reading more from Erin Evans.