Tacos for Two by Betsy St. Amant

About the Book

Food truck owner Rory Perez enters Modest’s annual food truck festival with hopes of using the prize money to help her cousin and keep her business afloat.  However, she can’t cook—and her chef suddenly becomes ill at the last minute.  Lawyer Jude Strong is passionate about cooking and is excited to cook in the food truck festival, but if he loses, he has to give up cooking to focus on law.  Rory and Jude are both determined to win, sparking lots of spirited competition between the two.

About the Author

Betsy St. Amant is the author of more than fifteen inspirational romances, including The Key to Love, and a frequent contributor to iBelieve.com. She lives in north Louisiana with her husband, two daughters, a collection of Austen novels, and an impressive stash of pickle-flavored Pringles. When she’s not composing her next book or trying to prove unicorns are real, Betsy can usually be found somewhere in the vicinity of a white chocolate mocha–no whip. Learn more at http://www.betsystamant.com.

Purchase Links


Baker Book House

Barnes and Noble


Christian Book

My Thoughts

If you love the movie You’ve Got Mail, you are going to love Tacos for Two!  Full of spirited banter, great characters, and fun romance, this novel is an enjoyable contemporary read.  Jude is the perfect heroine—he is patient, kind, and humorous, but even better, he can cook!  I thought Rory had great growth in the story.  The secondary characters are also equally lovable.  The lighthearted humor is mixed with some wonderful spiritual truths.  I enjoyed the text messages in the story and, of course, all the yummy descriptions of food!  I liked a lot of things about this novel and definitely recommend it to those who enjoy contemporary romance!

I received a complimentary copy of this book from the author.  Opinions expressed in this review are entirely my own.

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