(From the publisher):
Laura, a twentysomething American, is on her first trip to Italy. She;s completely enamored of the art, beauty, and, of course, food that Rome has to offer. Soon she’s enamored of the handsome and charming Tommaso, who tells her he’s a chef at the famed Templi restaurant and begins to woo her with his gastronomic creations.
But Tommaso hasen’t been entirely truthful—he’s really just a waiter.
The master chef behind the tantalizing meals is Tommaso’s talented but shy friend Bruno, who loves laura from afar. Thus begins a classic comedy of errors full of the culinary magic and the sensual stmosphere of Italy. The result is a romantic comedy in the tradition of Cyrano de Bergerac and Roxanne that tempts readers to devour it in one sitting.
Original title: The Food of Love
Genre: Fiction→ Romance→ Contemporary
Fiction→ General Fiction→ Food