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Dinner For Two

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Gene Haynes is biding his time, and Dinner for Two is his best shot at meeting his expenses while building his delicatessen business. Determined to make it work, he maintains his manly image while creating intricately decorated cakes and organizing romantic dinners for couples that hire him. Misty Jones, as fresh as lemon and as intriguing as basil, is just what Gene needs ...more
Paperback, 256 pages
Published December 1st 2005 by Echelon Press Publishing
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Jul 26, 2008 Kate rated it really liked it
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This book is really cute romantic comedy. And if you're from Northern California, or if you enjoy that area, it's really fun to read about the characters traversing through Sacramento, Auburn and the Gold Country. My only beef with the book is that the editor at the publishing company didn't fix some of the typos. (As a writer and an editor, I'm especially sensitive to these things!)

My mother is the author, so I'm biased of course. It's especially meaningful to me that Mom published a novel (and
Jun 17, 2009 Teresa rated it it was amazing
A good and fun book for a quick one-day read. The author was pretty good at keeping the bad guy in the dark until the end. I thought it someone else!
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A registered nurse, Arlene Evans became interested in colorblindness/CVD when, as a school nurse, she realized how common the condition is and the life-long challenges faced by many of those with CVD.

As a result she wrote two books about CVD: One for children (Seeing Color) and one for teens and adults (Color is in the Eye of the Beholder).

Her romance novel, Dinner for Two, features a colorblind h
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