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Texas Cooking by Lisa Wingate
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Apr 08, 2009

really liked it
bookshelves: fiction
Read in May, 2005

Ahhh, Lisa Wingate is such a breath of fresh air!

From back cover:

"No one is more surprised than Colleen Collins when she's offered a job writing fluffy magazine articles about rural Texas cooking. The big-city investigative reporter knows nothing about goats, prickly pears, or peafowl, and to make matters worse, she can't even cook. But thanks to a political scandal that cost Collie her job, her boyfriend, and now-with this demeaning assignment-her self-respect, she has no choice but to drag herself out of bed and head to the Texas hill country.

After only a few days in the charming little town of San Saline, Collie finds her affection growing for its bighearted residents. And despite her intentions to the contrary, she's finding it impossible to resist the infuriating True McKitrick, a local boy made good whose mere presence makes her feel utterly alive...and inexplicably at home. Soon, this unlikely romantic pairing is stirring up more than just desire. It's making Collie wonder about the life that once seemed perfect-and the chance of starting over...with a man who's True."

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