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French Romance Cooking Class (Young At Heart #2)

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Frannie and David Young have been married over twenty years, have two kids, busy jobs, a house in the suburbs and a dog named Max. To keep the romance alive in their relationship, they plan a “date” twice a month. Their block of time together includes very few rules—no kids or dogs, but requires an open mind. Frannie and David take turns planning dates, depending on the NF ...more
ebook, 12 pages
Published March 21st 2012 by Untreed Reads

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Christa Bistretzan
Jul 25, 2012 rated it it was amazing
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French Romance Cooking Class:
A Young at Heart Story
By Beth Mathison
Untreed Reads

This short story is a quick read that is well written. You feel like you are a part of the cooking class as an observer.
There are three couples in the story, a newlywed couple, a couple in their twilight years and our main characters, Frannie and David, who are in the middle. The story takes place at a French Cooking Class, where the Chef teaches how to cook a three course meal while teaching abo
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Charming…not an adjective I normally use to describe a story but I can’t think of another word that describes it better. It’s a quick read that had me smiling, and sometimes laughing, from first to last word. The two lead characters are fun and very realistic. I enjoyed their interaction with other couples in their French cooking class and their funny banter. I also thought the conversations with the instructor were great, too. It’s g
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I have work published in The Foliate Oak (including the 2008 and 2009 annual “best of” print editions),,, Drops of Crimson, Colored Chalk, and The Citron Review. Stories published with Untreed Reads include A Mobster’s Guide to Cranberry Sauce, A Mobster’s Recipe for Cupcakes, and A Mobster's Toast to St. Patrick's Day. In 2011, I started a new short story roman ...more
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