Monday, October 20, 2008

Blog Tour: Bon Appetit by Sandra Byrd

About the Book:
In this second book in the French Twist series, readers join Lexi Stuart in a crème de la crème adventure!
Deciding to leave her familiar home in Seattle and her could-be boyfriend Dan, Lexi moves to a quaint village in France to pursue her dream of becoming a pastry chef. Life among the French initially proves to be less than easy as Lexi is challenged by her coworkers, missing her friends, and failing to master the perfect baguette.
Determined to find her place, Lexi settles into the culture and life becomes la perfection. She finds a church, meets a new friend, and makes the acquaintance of a child named Celine—as well as Celine’s attractive, widowed father, Philippe. Even Patricia, the gruff pastry cook, shows a softer side as she mentors Lexi in the art of baking.
Fast, fun, and packed with French culture, foodie appeal, and unique recipes readers will love accompanying Lexi on her journey in Bon Appetit as she tries to choose between two countries, two men and the faith to lean on God while savoring the surprises life brings!

About the Author:
Best-selling author Sandra Byrd enjoys a successful career writing adult, teen, and children’s books, including the Friends for a Season, Secret Sisters series and the French Twist series, including the first Lexi Stuart novel, Let them Eat Cake. She is also a regular contributor to newspapers and magazines. Sandra lives in Washington state with her husband and two children.

  • published September 16th 2008 by WaterBrook Press
  • binding Paperback, 304 pages
  • isbn 1400073286 (isbn13: 9781400073283)

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One copy of this book is available, it is book two in the series, but stands alone for enjoyment. No limitations. For an entry, email me cherryblossommj (at) gmail [dot] com or leave a comment (on this post, click here) about why you would enjoy this book. Contest ends on midnight October 21st, 2008.

1 comments and creative thoughts:

Carole said...

I normally would pass this book by, but after reading the description and some reviews, I'm sure I would love it. Thanks for the chance to win a copy.

cjarvis [at] bellsouth [dot] net

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