Sweet and Sour
Publish date: November 26th 2013
Publisher: Loose Id
Pages no: 134
Edition language: English
The setting of this story was a new one to me; a deli specializing in vegetarian, kosher food with a special focus on pickles. I am pretty sure I will never feel the urge to actually eat pickles myself, but Miles's deli sounds like a place I would love to stop by for coffee and a sandwich.Reading ab...
Reviewed by: Mandy Summary: Miles Piekus thought he and Itai would make a great team, despite the infidelities haunting their past. After all, Itai is smoking hot, they’re both driven entrepreneurs, and they love each other. What else did a person need? Well, a lot more, apparently, because not o...
4.5/5.0As you may have picked up from some of my other reviews, I love food centric books. Sweet and Sour was a fun book, filled with all sorts of delightful food descriptions and interesting characters.Miles and Itai are trying their relationship for a second time. Itai has fidelity issues but ha...
I love Astrid Amara’s holiday stories – they all feel so, ‘homey’ and down to earth. This one was no exception. It was a different kind of romance, that’s for sure. But it worked and it felt natural.Why did I say different? Well, for one thing, Miles was in relationship with his boyfriend Itai, for ...