9.21.2008

Book Review: Deep Dish

Deep Dish by Mary Kay Andrews

I actually listened to this title, a quick listen, and a fun one. Gina is the host of a southern cooking show (think Paula Deen, but with less laughing), but her show is threatened when her boyfriend (soon her ex) ruins a sponsorship deal by sleeping with the wife of the owner. Now, Gina and her crew must scramble to stay on the air, only to have a possibility emerge - a chance to be on The Cooking Channel!

But first, she has to win a "food fight" against fellow Southern cooking show hottie Tate Moody.

And that's when things get interesting. ;-)

This is another fun, feisty read from southern author Andrews, and I really enjoyed the lighthearted, fun storyline - plus, hey, great sounding recipes. ;-) It took a while to really get going, but when it did, woo!

Recommended!

Note: I listened to the audio edition, narrated by Isabel Keating. She seemed to really struggle with a couple of the male characters voices, but overall, I thought it a fine production.

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