Essex, Vicki, A Recipe for Reunion


Essex, Vicki, A Recipe for Reunion,  (Richmond, Surrey:  Mills & Boon, 2015).

Title:  A Recipe for Reunion

Author:  Vicki Essex

Imprint:  Superromance

Issues:  Learning Disability


Second time’s the charm!

Nothing about working with his former high school crush, Stephanie Stephens, is ideal. Still, if Aaron Caruthers intends to save his grandmother’s bakery, he must. Good thing he has a lot of ideas he can’t wait to implement. He never imagines Stephanie would have her own ideas for the business. Or that they would clash with his!

It doesn’t take working with her long for Aaron to realize his impression of Stephanie as a helpless ex-cheerleader is way off. And the more of her kindness and strength he sees, the more attracted he is! Now to convince her…

Dear Reader,

Welcome back to Everville, New York, the town where my second book, Back to the Good Fortune Diner (Mills & Boon SuperRomance, January 2013), was set.  I’ve gone back in time to a few months before Tiffany arrived to tell the story of how the county’s best roadside bakeshop became the very popular Georgette’s Bakery and Books.

Everville’s motto is The Town That Endures.  To me, enduring means accepting change.  As the wife of a civics nut, I enjoy learning about what makes communities work.  As the town evolves, so, too, do the lives of Aaron Caruthers and Stephanie Stephens-the bookworm and the cheerleader who never thought they could be a match.

I love to hear from readers!  Visit me on Facebook, Twitter (@VickiEssex) and my website,, and watch out for more stories from Everville!

Happy reading!

Vicki Essex


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