How to Cook Up a Disaster
by Rachel Elizabeth Cole
Overview (from B&N.com): Her mother is in labour.
The guests are due to arrive any minute for her great-grandfather’s 100th birthday party.
And she hasn’t a clue how to cook a turkey.
Why did the man of her dreams have to show up on her doorstep now?
Sadie Dawson is overwhelmed–and that’s putting it lightly–but with the help of her two best friends she just might pull it off and land Mr. Right too.
Full Disclosure: I received a copy of this book from the author, via LibraryThing, in exchange for an honest review.
My Thoughts: Sometimes you just want a cute, quick read that’ll take your mind off of things. I generally don’t like to put a lot of brain power into things like that because I usually need the escape from a buttload of stress.
How to Cook Up a Disaster was perfect for this. It’s short, sweet and doesn’t try to extend itself into a drawn out novel. It was a clean, sweet story that kind of makes me wish I had a reason to meet an attractive fireman.
The main character, Sadie was easy to follow. She wasn’t irksome or frustrating (except that she really isn’t a very good cook). Her friends didn’t seem very helpful, but that may have been the point. I’d like to read more by this author in the future. I would recommend How to Cook Up a Disaster.
3 out of 5 Bookmarks = It was just unbelievably cute.