A Taste for Love
”Cakes, Kisses, and Confusion” by Lynn Collum
When the Earl of Sedgefield comes to pay a visit at the cottage of Miss Annabelle Hill’s aunt, he invites the unsuspecting Annabelle to Exeter, where he has set a trap for her. It seems the Earl has confused the poor girl for a scheming social climber and plans to expose her fraud. But Annabelle´s culinary magic and honey-sweet nature prove him wrong, making an enticing recipe for love.
“The Way To A Man´s Heart” by Wilma Counts
After sampling the poor fare at a soirée, Nicole Beaufort´s cousins challenge her to do better. Disguising herself as a cook, Nicole finds work at a nearby estate, where the health of her new employer, the handsome Earl of Thornwood, depends on her cooking. But she never expects to tempt his heart as well as his appetite.
“Not His Bread and Butter” by Jo Ann FergusonIncludes three delicious recipes for you to try!
Working as a cook in order to help provide for her parents, Meredith Tynedale becomes quite fond of her employer, Lord Westerly. Hoping he will notice her, she brings breakfast to him every morning, baking him her favorite raisin-cinnamon bread. Not only does the handsome Viscount take an interest in her baking, but also in the very lovely Meredith.