Friday, December 9, 2016

The Tiny Blue House by R.A. Padmos


I am Molly Knowles. Please, marry me.

Young chef Molly Knowles travels with her tiny blue house through the country. She isn’t sure what she is looking for, but when she tastes the food of Chiara Loss, she knows that she has found it.

After two years of hiding from the world, mourning the unexpected death of her lover, Chiara is ready to fall in love again. When Molly stumbles into Chiara’s life, both women have no choice but to accept that there is no way back.

Sometimes one day filled with food and love is all it takes.

Publisher's Note: This book has previously been released as part of the Ladies Only anthology with Pride Publishing.

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Reviews by the Wicked Reads Review Team

Ruthie☆☆☆☆
This little gem of a story leaves the reader in a happy place, but possibly also wanting the story to continue. Molly is a woman who throws a coin to decide where to travel to next with her house on a trailer. She is searching out the best chefs and learns from them at every stop. We join her as she hits Seatown, where she discovers a treasure she'd dreamed about, and we get to share those first steps to a brighter future. Sexy, seductive, and special – if you like food as an expression of passion, and love of common values, this will please you. It certainly pleased me!



In no particular order: woman, writer, in a relationship with my wife since 1981 (though we had to wait until 2001 until we could actually get married), mother of two grown sons, owner of cats (I can pretend, can’t I?), reader and a lot more.

I write in different genres under different names. I’m also S. Dora for my M/M erotic romance and Ella Laurance for my M/F erotic romance.

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Reviewers on the Wicked Reads Review Team were provided a free copy of The Tiny Blue House by R.A. Padmos to read and review.

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