Reviewed by Betsy M. on October 2, 2012
As Angelina finds herself widowed and unemployed at too young of an age she turns toward her passion of cooking to relieve her grief and anger. With too much food for one, she delivers the sumptuous meals to her neighbors and friends. In return, a business venture is founded as Angelina opens her home to seven bachelors in search of sustenance and irresistible culinary masterpieces. Anyone who likes to read for the comfort of reading can not choose wrong by reading this novel of food. The storyline, the characters, and the cuisine envelopes one into the roux of the story. Through food and good company Angelina finds she can heal and possibly find a second chance at love.