As American as Apple Pie: Four Contemporary Romance Novellas Served with a Slice of Americana
If it's true that the way to a man's heart is through his stomach, then what better way to entice the typical American male than with apple pie? Talia believes An Apple a Day and a few herbs are the key to healthy living, but Dr. Coridan scoffs at the natural products she sells in her store. Can a slice of warm pie neutralize the friction between them? Kayli wants to prove herself as a French pastry chef, but Adam prefers simple cooking, believing there's nothing as Sweet as Apple Pie. Can their plain and fancy lifestyles mesh? Apple Annie loves running her father's restaurant, and she is fast falling in love with the handsome man who always orders her apple pie. But when she is about to lose everything, can Brad help her? Lynette is a hard worker at church and not at all interested in a church romance. When she is paired with Rick on a fund-raiser, will a little Apple Pie in His Eye help Rick break down the walls around Lynette's heart? As friendship is allowed to ripen and blended with love and grace, a recipe for a wonderful, lasting relationship is formed. When it comes to romance, the sweetest desserts are no match for God's timing.
What people are saying - Write a review
We haven't found any reviews in the usual places.
Other editions - View all
Adam Harper Andrea Annie's Apple Annie apple pie Apple Valley Farm arms asked bake bakery beveled glass Billerbeck Blossom Lake Brad Brad's breath cappuccino chair church daugh dinner Dirk Butterfield door dunk tank everything eyes face father feel fingers Fountain Frank gaze glanced going grinned guess hand he'd heard heart Heiden hot dogs Judy Kayli felt kissed knew laughed leaned looked Lynette Lynette's marriage married Mike Williams Montana mother mouth never night nodded okay parking lot Pastor Chris pastry pastry chef pies pray pulled restaurant Rick Rick waited rolled shook his head shoulders smiled soap opera someone sorry stared stood stopped sure Talia talk tell Thanks thing thought tiramisu told took turned Valerie voice volleyball waiting waitress walked watched William Holden woman wonderful