Thursday, October 8
Summary:When Stella Madison's food-loving parents help her land a summer job at the local newspaper, there’s only one catch: she’s expected to write about food. Luckily, Stella has Jeremy, the hot new intern at her mom’s restaurant, who’s more than happy to help. But where does that leave Stella’s boyfriend, Max, who recently dropped the L-word? And could her separated parents be cooking up romances of their own?
My Thoughts: I really liked this one. And, the first thing I will say is, have some food on hand because this book will make you want to eat. I really could identify with Stella. The way on one hand she had this amazing boyfriend, Max, the one all girls want, the perfect guy, but on the other she had Jeremy, the new mysterious older guy who she couldn't stop thinking about. I liked the way Jeremy understood that she had a boyfriend but still tried to keep his feelings under-wrap. I even felt myself torn between the two guys because I really liked both of them! I liked the way she related with her parents and finally told them how she felt. It seems like a lot of people go through this with parents. This book was sweet, had more than enough laughs and its just an overall fun read. FYI: Be sure to have snacks on hand before starting this one!
Overall: I really enjoyed this one. I finished it in a day because I wanted to know what happened next. Really really cute!!!
Cover: Its really sweet. I'm not sure if I imagined Stella to look like this girl or not, but she fits ok. What exactly is she eating? it reminds me of pudding.