Sweet treats

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Barbour Pub., Oct 1, 2004 - Fiction - 352 pages
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Is food really the way to a man's-or even a woman's-heart? Three women and a man are determined to find out! When Cynthia Lyons accepts a job at a bed and breakfast in Oregon, she faces two disappointments: a demanding, negative boss and too much time on her hands. So Cynthia starts her own online cooking class, Cynthia's Clever Concoctions. These four complete novels follow the culinary adventures-and misadventures-of Cynthia and three of her students who want to stir up a little romance and win the hearts of the sweethearts they love.

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Review: Sweet Treats: A Heapin' Helpin'of Love Is Dished Up in Four Fun Romances

User Review  - Fenixbird SandS - Goodreads

Well what is the best way to write about love? Sounds like a good place to start some research!! Read full review

Review: Sweet Treats: A Heapin' Helpin'of Love Is Dished Up in Four Fun Romances

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About the author (2004)

Award-winning, bestselling author, WANDA E. BRUNSTETTER became fascinated with the Amish way of life when she first visited her husband's Mennonite relatives living in Pennsylvania. Wanda and her husband, Richard, live in Washington State but take every opportunity to visit Amish settlements throughout the States, where they have several Amish friends.

Birdie L. Etchison is the author of the best-selling collection Oregon. She lives in Washington State, though she sets most of her books in Oregon's Williamette Valley.

Pamela Griffin juggles her time between writing, home schooling her two sons, and engaging in all the activities that make a house a home in Texas. Pamela's main goal in writing Christian romance is to help and encourage those who do know the Lord and to plant a seed of hope in those who don't.

Tamela Hancock Murray has been a writer for two decades. As a college student, she interned on Capitol Hill and at the U.S. Department of State before graduating with honors in Journalism from Lynchburg College in Virginia. Today, Tamela has more than 20 fiction and nonfiction books to her credit, plus magazines and newspaper articles. Her published titles include Maryland Brides, The Music of Home and Virginia Hearts. She is a member of the ACFW and also works as a literary agent for Hartline Literary Agency. Tamela lives in Virginia with her husband and their two daughters. They enjoy traveling together and discussing current events. You can learn more about Tamela by visiting her website, www.tamelahancockmurray.com.