Cooking Up a Storm

When newly single Sarah Peterson rents a cottage on Kit Roseberry s country estate and swops cooking supper for rent, she isn t expecting TV producer, Magda Holmes, to fall for Kit and his culinary skills, or offer him a slot on her TV show Kit can t boil water, but he s got the look and needs the money Magda is keen to go for a traditional feel, happy families, picnicsWhen newly single Sarah Peterson rents a cottage on Kit Roseberry s country estate and swops cooking supper for rent, she isn t expecting TV producer, Magda Holmes, to fall for Kit and his culinary skills, or offer him a slot on her TV show Kit can t boil water, but he s got the look and needs the money Magda is keen to go for a traditional feel, happy families, picnics on the beach and birthday teas, so Sarah along with her two boys finds herself as undercover cook, and an instant wife and family for Kit s TV debut But what will that do to Sarah s fresh start, her new man, ex husband and the rest of her life Is it a recipe for disaster or does it have all the ingredients of a great romance Cooking up a Storm is a classic Rom Com, and includes recipes for all the dishes cooked by Sarah and Kit.
Cooking Up a Storm When newly single Sarah Peterson rents a cottage on Kit Roseberry s country estate and swops cooking supper for rent she isn t expecting TV producer Magda Holmes to fall for Kit and his culinary sk

  • Title: Cooking Up a Storm
  • Author: Sue Welfare
  • ISBN: 9781484007600
  • Page: 164
  • Format: Paperback
  • 1 thought on “Cooking Up a Storm”

    1. Sarah's life takes an unexpected turn in the road when she comes home to discover her husband is not working hard on his novel, but 'relaxing' with the neighbour.They decide that Sarah being the bread winner and working hard for the sake of the family, whilst hubby 'works' on his novel is just not working anymore. Sarah decides to take the boys and move away. Her friend, from work, helps her find a rental. A quaint little cottage on an estate owned by Kit. Sarah changes her work pattern to be ab [...]

    2. Really enjoyed this book. Felt like it ended too soon and I wanted more which was good. Almost wanted it to be a series. Great characters and a good story.

    3. When Sue Welfare sent me an email and asked me if I’d like to review her new, self-published novel Cooking Up A Storm, I jumped at the chance. I thought it sounded wonderful, and I adored the bright pink cover, I was so excited to read it, and I was quite disappointed to be so busy with work that I couldn’t delve in until the weekend, but once I started it, I could barely stop and I finished it in two days flat, which is a really nice record when I barely finish one Kindle book a week at the [...]

    4. 3.5 starsDid I enjoy this book: I did enjoy this book. It was typical chick lit – a woman newly on her own trying to make it, a seemingly helpless man, and a romance with some cooking thrown in for good measure. It was a good story.Sarah is a good person who is doing the best she can given her current situation. I could not imagine going through what she was going through. Sarah is strong and knows when to give in to a situation – Magda and a job! – and when to walk away – Colin! She lov [...]

    5. I have never read sue Welfare before but since I've got kindle I am "developing" new authors. New for me of course.It's such a pity that the cover of the book is black and white on kindle, because in reality it is so sweet that I wanted to eat it.There are many characters in this book but they are very easy to follow. The main character is Sarah who is a very nice ambitious working mum and who from time to time put me on the verge of my patience. There were moments that she was behaving like a l [...]

    6. I love a good rom-com book, and this book, with its lovely pink cover is just that, with some cracking recipes thrown in for good measure (I put on 2lbs reading this novel - buyer beware!) Sarah is a good mum, good employee, and a good wife until events conspire against her and throw her into a daunting new life, which she bravely embraces and excels in, with the help of her beautiful boys, Alex and Harry, a rather pushy power-hungry career woman, Magda (Maggot DOES suit her better) and the love [...]

    7. This is chick-lit at its best. Cooking Up a Storm follows the unravelling of Sarah's marriage to the self-centred Colin and the beginning of her new life at the beautiful estate in Newnham Magna. Her eccentric landlord Kit, gets in over his head with a TV producer and what follows is a gentle and humorous farce which delivers that delicious falling-in-love excitement, without adhering to a romantic formula.This is a novel for those who appreciate good food. There are recipes at the end of every [...]

    8. Another tale of adultery, with the obligatory child-like and selfish husband, starts this tale but the story really gets going once the cheated-on wife moves into a fairytale cottage with her two boys and becomes embroiled in a deceit with the Lord of the Manor involving television cookery. I really liked the interposed recipes of the dishes mentioned in each chapter, some of which looked sufficiently straightforward for even me to try (although I haven't put that to the test). Once again, all t [...]

    9. I won this book recently and it was a lovely introduction to a new author for me. I will definately read more books by Sue Welfare.Sarah splits from her husband and rents a cottage in a lovely sounding village. The landlord is her friends cousin and he spends a lot of time 'dropping' in. He finds himself with a cookery show even though he can't cook- after asking Sarah to cater a party for him. There are some delicious recipes dotted in at the enough to try.

    10. Very easy to read story that was very enjoyable. However as someone that doesnt cook, having that many pages of recipes, and full recipes between chapters was slightly annoying, but I do appreciate that lots of people would enjoy them.

    11. It took me a while to get into the story, but when I did I couldn't put it down. And I loved the ending. And Kit. And the boys. And I want to live in a big county home.I did think the book would have been just as good without all the receipes.

    12. Found my self laughing at this one I enjoyed it immensely. I love the recipes throughout the book too

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