I don’t sit still without working on something very well, which is probably why I love reading fiction books. The stories are an escape from the to-do list, all the things on my mind, and whatever obligations are before me.
I started “Tacos for Two” and then several days passed before I could get back to it. I was eager to get back to it because the story was good even if it was fairly predictable. I loved the premise of a girl who couldn’t cook owning a food truck and then giving cooking lessons to the boy who becomes her competition and love interest.
Plus the characters quote “You’ve Got Mail” in their online chatting, having no idea how their story will unfold quite like Kathleen Kelly and Joe Fox. (Side note: When I started blogging forever ago, my blog was called 152 Insights to My Soul, taken from a line also from “You’ve Got Mail.”)
“Tacos for Two” is a cute story with heart and humor. This book was good for me to sit down with, giving me a great excuse to ignore all the other tasks I could have been doing.
About the book
“Tacos for Two” is a 384-page paperback book published by Revell (Oct. 12, 2021). It’s also available in hardback and ebook versions.
About the author
Betsy St. Amant is the author of more than 15 inspirational romances. She lives in north Louisiana with her husband, two daughters, a collection of Austen novels, and an impressive stash of pickle-flavored Pringles. When she’s not composing her next book or trying to prove unicorns are real, Betsy can usually be found somewhere in the vicinity of a white chocolate mocha, no whip. Learn more at www.betsystamant.com.
I received a free paperback copy of this book from the publisher Revell in exchange for an honest review.