Item description for What's Cooking? (Heartsong Presents #642) (Heartsong Audio Book) by Gail Sattler...
One of your favorite Heartsong Presents romances, What's Cooking?, is now available as a complete and unabridged audiobook. When twenty-four-year-old Mitchell Farris signed up for an evening cooking class he wasn't expecting to meet the woman of his dreams. Now, if he can just convince the teacher he's the man of her dreams and that age doesn't matter, he'll be fine. Carolyn Rutherford is quickly approaching her thirty-third birthday and knows that the time to settle down is fast approaching, but with whom? She has a mental image of her ideal mate - and it's not Mitchell Farris. Would the Lord call her to marry someone nine years her junior? Or will everyone just wonder what's cooking? Heartsong Audiobooks are perfect for in the car, for mom's that just can't seem to find enough time in the day to read, and for grandmother's who don't enjoy reading for long periods of time. Now with the Heartsong Audiobooks you can simply listen, relax, and enjoy!
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Studio: Barbour Publishing, Inc
Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 5.3" Width: 4.7" Height: 0.4" Weight: 0.24 lbs.
Release Date Jun 30, 2006
Publisher Barbour Publishing Company
ISBN 1597895032 ISBN13 9781597895033
Availability 0 units.
More About Gail Sattler
Gail Sattler is a prolific author whose past works include Mennonite fiction, faith-based romance novels, devotional Bible contributions, and more. Also a talented musician, she plays piano at church, upright electric bass in a mod- ern jazz band, and acoustic double bass in a concert band. She lives with her husband and three sons in Vancouver, British Columbia.
Reviews - What do customers think about What's Cooking? (Heartsong Presents #642) (Heartsong Audio Book)?
I'ts more than food cooking when Mitch learns to cook for Sarah's wedding Mar 21, 2007
Reviewed by Kelli Glesige for Reader Views (2/07)
Mitchell Farris is in a bind, for he has promised he will cook the wedding rehearsal food for his younger sister Sarah and his best friend Jake's wedding, and it is only a few months away. Unfortunately, Mitch knows nothing about cooking.
Hoping to solve his problem, Mitch enrolls in a cooking class at the local high school. Being the only male in the class, the ladies assume Mitch must be very knowledgeable in cooking. It is soon quite apparent how little Mitch knows about food preparation, and teacher Carolyn suggests Mitch switch to the beginners' cooking class. After explaining to Carolyn that he simply must learn to cook in order to be ready for the wedding, it is agreed Mitch can continue with the class, but he will need some individual, one-on-one lessons taught by Carolyn.
The 24-year old Mitch finds himself falling for his almost 33-year old teacher. Carolyn is attracted to Mitch also, but she views their age difference as a problem. Mitch's friends have been her former students! To Carolyn, this is totally embarrassing and inappropriate. After much thinking and praying, Carolyn decides she must allow Mitch to be a friend only. That is until she meets Mitch's parents who are only a few years older than herself. It seems Mitch is a quite mature young man because his parents conceived him at the very young age of 16, and Mitch was three years old when his parents accepted God as their Savior, married, and put their lives in order. In essence, he grew up right along WITH his parents.
Before meeting Mitch, Carolyn had dated Hank who attends her church, is a few years older than herself, and who is well-established in his life. Hank has properly proposed marriage only a few days ago, and Carolyn had always thought he would be the type she would someday marry. But Carolyn's heart never sparks when she thinks of Hank, and she decides she just cannot marry someone she does not deeply love. Is the fun seeking, spontaneous 24-year old, devoted Christian, Mitch, who seems to be everything wrong, actually the right choice for Carolyn? He is definitely enjoyable to be around, and Carolyn's heart flutters when she thinks of him. Time to do more praying.
"What's Cooking?" is a delightful story, and the fact that it is in audio form is a nice change from reading a book. The Christian message is a worthy one, and the story is upbeat and entertaining. Take it along while driving or exercising. It is appropriate for those who enjoy Christian Romance, and cooks might find it particularly appealing. For good entertainment, I give "What's Cooking?" a high recommendation.