Sadie McAllister is a great cook and loves being a personal chef to some very appreciative clients. But she just can't seem to cook-up any romance in her life, although she's tried. Erik Davis is a great guy with a great sense of humor and although he has no trouble finding a girlfriend, no one seems to be the 'right one'. Erik and Sadie have been best friends for years. They enjoy each others company and always have each others backs. Erik especially enjoys his once-a-week meals with Sadie. When the family Sadie works for decides to move out west they invite Sadie to move with them. Erik realizes that in looking for the right one, he may have missed the obvious. Sadie knows moving would be a great opportunity for her but is she willing to leave her home behind; not to mention Erik, who just might be her future. Can the love between two best friends turn into to something much deeper?
This was a great little story. I enjoyed getting to know Sadie and Erik. Both were fun-loving and down-to-earth in spite of the fact that they've both had some pretty deep hurts. Hurts that have made them cautious. I just loved how Sadie's friend Mel, and Erik's friend Phillip played an important roll in each of their lives. It's a good reminder that having a good friend is as important as being a good friend; someone who knows you really well and will be honest with you, even if it's not what you want to hear. So, how does it all turn out? I recommend you pick up A November Bride and find out! The story is sure to warm your heart on a chilly November day!
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