Win! 2 Signed Copies of Cooking Up A Storm by Sue Welfare to give away!

cookingupastormWe have two SIGNED copies of Sue Welfare’s latest novel ‘Cooking Up A Storm’ to give away to UK and Ireland based entrants. To enter, just let us know: What is your favourite thing to cook?

MORE ABOUT COOKING UP A STORM.

When newly single Sarah Peterson rents a cottage on Kit Roseberry’s country estate and swops cooking supper for rent, she isn’t expecting TV producer, Magda Holmes, to fall for Kit and his culinary skills, or offer him a slot on her TV show.

Kit can’t boil water, but he’s got the look and needs the money. Magda is keen to go for a traditional feel, happy families, picnics on the beach and birthday teas, so Sarah – along with her two boys – finds herself as undercover cook, and an instant wife and family for Kit’s TV debut.

But what will that do to Sarah’s fresh start, her new man, ex-husband and the rest of her life? Is it a recipe for disaster or does it have all the ingredients of a great romance?

Cooking up a Storm is a classic Rom-Com, and includes recipes for all the dishes cooked by Sarah and Kit.

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7 Responses to Win! 2 Signed Copies of Cooking Up A Storm by Sue Welfare to give away!

  1. Adele says:

    To be honest I love making cottage pie. It’s one of my favourite family meals, very tasty and warming. It’s great t get the family together enjoying a meal.

  2. Amanda Crawford says:

    Fridge cake. It’s fairly simple
    And even I can make it without too many dramas!

  3. Summer Grinstead says:

    Anything sweet. Desserts seem to be my favorite!

    sumsum085@aol.com

  4. Emma Miller says:

    pasta bake, always goes down a treat in my house! 🙂

  5. Clare F says:

    The thing my family most like me to cook is . . . nothing ! They hate my cooking and I hate doing it too ! 😦

  6. Melinda Garza says:

    My fav thing to cook is Mexican food!

  7. Laura Delve says:

    I love to cook curries especially when it’s cold- love the spiciness and warm feeling it gives you 🙂

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