Recipe For Love: Escape to Italy with this deliciously romantic romp

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Headline, Mar 1, 2012 - Fiction - 454 pages
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Summer in a luxurious Italian villa should be a taste of heaven, shouldn't it?

Sasha Wagstaff transports readers to the Sorrento sunshine in Recipe For Love, for delectable food and even more delicious men, making for a sizzling Italian escape. The perfect read for fans of Lucy Diamond and Cathy Bramley.

Talented, passionate and notoriously private, Italian chef Rocco Disanti never talks to journalists. So why, when Cassia Blake has just three months to organise her wedding, has he suddenly granted her magazine an exclusive, all-access interview?

Against Cassia's better judgement, she hands the wedding planning over to her frosty mother-in-law, and flies out to Italy to spend time with Rocco. But Rocco isn't exactly looking forward to Cassia's arrival. Persuaded to do the interview to help publicise his business, he has enough on his plate with his fiery girlfriend, wedding-obsessed sister and fiercely protective grandmother. And now it seems as if someone is trying to sabotage his restaurants too...

Cassia's summer in Sorrento is shaping up to be a recipe for disaster. But could it also be a recipe for love?

What readers are saying about Recipe For Love:

'The whole book has a wonderful sense of place, and the food descriptions make this book one to avoid if you're on a diet!'

'Totally and utterly transports you away from the reality of your everyday life'

'I could not put this book down it was so enthralling'

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About the author (2012)

Sasha Wagstaff had a high-flying career in the City before walking away to follow her dream of becoming a writer. She lives with her husband and two daughters in Essex.

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