The Food of Love
Publish date: June 28th 2005
Pages no: 320
Edition language: English
, Food And Drink
, Book Club
, Womens Fiction
, Chick Lit
Laura Patterson is a visiting student in Rome studying Art History. After several disastrous dates with Italian men she swears that the next man she's going to date is going to be a cook. Tommaso Massi tells her he's a chef to impress her, and he has the patter, however thats because he's a waiter...
This book is amazing. And sexy. Mmm, very sexy.
The Food of Love contains everything you need for relaxation, yet it is not cheap. It seems Capella has figured out a perfect recipe for a light but satisfying meal. You take one American, a love triangle, plenty of good Italian food, some humorous cross-cultural misunderstandings, mix it all togeth...
It didn't blow me away like "The Wedding Officer" did, but Capella's debut novel is an entertaining read and a charming love story, a remix of "Cyrano de Bergerac".
Why is Italian food so incredibly erotic? Oh, come on, of course it is! Just think of, to take the first example that pops into my head, the Bella Notte scene from Lady and the Tramp:Or how about the Ninja Turtles? Would they be the sex gods they are if they didn't have Italian names and eat pizza? ...
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