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Love & Other Disasters
“A delicious new rom com you can really sink your teeth into! London, the first openly non-binary contestant on a popular cooking competition show, develops an instant bond with Dahlia, their fellow contestant. Dahlia, plagued by debt and complicated feelings about her recent divorce, has something to prove UNTIL she suddenly has trouble focusing what with London being all cute and incredibly, distractingly skilled. Fun! Vulnerable! Utterly relatable. I couldn't put it down.”Zinna,
A Great Good Place for Books
“It is a treat to encounter a romance where the couple works so well together. Dahlia and London meet for the first time on the set of a cooking show and they speak as if they have known each other for much longer. This queer romance, featuring a nonbinary protagonist, is as hot as chiles and sweet as mangos.”Sofia,
“This book is warm, fuzzy, laugh out loud funny, full of heart, and incredibly real. It has the classic elements rom-com fans crave, but with a modern twist. The characters work on finding themselves as much as they work on finding each other, important social issues are touched upon, and yet there are still plenty of flirty, romantic, embarrassing, and steamy scenes mixed in. To put it simply, this book is like a heaping plate of your favorite comfort food, and it's safe to say you won't want this meal to end.”Briana,
“I’m not a huge romance book person but I really enjoyed this one! This queer love story between a quirky self–taught cook and her seasoned (haha) nonbinary rival on a cooking show is incredibly charming and the perfect amount of hot, too. London’s quest to come out isn’t easy but ultimately validating. I hope to see more stories like theirs center-stage in romance and beyond!”Sam,
The first openly nonbinary contestant on America’s favorite cooking show falls for their clumsy competitor in this delicious romantic comedy debut “that is both fantastically fun and crack your heart wide open vulnerable.” (Rosie Danan, author of The Roommate)
Recently divorced and on the verge of bankruptcy, Dahlia Woodson is ready to reinvent herself on the popular reality competition show Chef’s Special. Too bad the first memorable move she makes is falling flat on her face, sending fish tacos flying—not quite the fresh start she was hoping for. Still, she's focused on winning, until she meets someone she might want a future with more than she needs the prize money.
After announcing their pronouns on national television, London Parker has enough on their mind without worrying about the klutzy competitor stationed in front of them. They’re there to prove the trolls—including a fellow contestant and their dad—wrong, and falling in love was never part of the plan.
As London and Dahlia get closer, reality starts to fall away. Goodbye, guilt about divorce, anxiety about uncertain futures, and stress from transphobia. Hello, hilarious shenanigans on set, wedding crashing, and spontaneous dips into the Pacific. But as the finale draws near, Dahlia and London’s steamy relationship starts to feel the heat both in and outside the kitchen—and they must figure out if they have the right ingredients for a happily ever after.