After much hand wringing and nervous waiting, Wyatt’s Recipes for Wooing Rock Stars, my new Dreamspinner Press book with Clancy Nacht is out today! Here, collected for your convenience, are a podcast, the reviews so far, the blog tour links, plus some handy dandy buy links if you’re so inclined to honor us by reading our novel.
Behind the Book Podcast
“I loved these MC’s and their journey. I was utterly engrossed in this novella from page one, and read it in one sitting. If you are looking for something fun, light, and very well written, then this is the book for you. A novella that reads like a book and translates into a movie in your mind. A perfect weekend read.”
“This was an absolutely adorable read!! I would really like to see more of these two, I can’t recommend it enough.”
This was wonderful!
“I’d been in a reading slump lately – only tried and true had been working for me – then I read this – and POW – we’re back on track – two authors that are new to me but totally hit one out of the park!”
“It is only fair for me to disclose that I am a complete closet junkie for cooking shows and one of my guilty pleasures is reality television – so when I saw this book and saw that it combined two of my favorite things, I just had to have it. Let me just say, it did not disappoint! This book was a mixture of Big Brother, Hell’s Kitchen, Chopped, Iron Chef, and Rock Band all rolled into one for a delightful and decadent read.”
“For those who lose food competition shows, this story should be right up their alley. Centered around a competition to become the personal chef to a famous drummer, it’s has enough of what I imagine are the ins and outs of one of these shows to hold interest among those who love to watch that kind of thing.”
“I thought this was a really cute story. Tully and Wyatt were adorable together and they definitely shared some pretty good chemistry in and out of the kitchen.”
“I enjoyed how shy and timid Wyatt appeared in the beginning, especially how humble he was about his cooking. He was calm when faced with the different competition challenges and fielded off the professional chefs’ condescending looks and remarks with ease. Tully and Wyatt did not take long to follow their attraction to its inevitable conclusion, with an explosive sex scene that was pretty damn steamy. There was sweetness and baking and home cooking reminiscent of days passed, all culminating to a warm-hearted reading experience.”
- Thursday Euclid on body image and writing a bear
- Clancy Nacht on being a drummer
- Thursday Euclid’s awesome tasty peach cobbler recipe