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Dinner at Home
     

Dinner at Home

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by Rick R. Reed
 

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It only takes a few days for Ollie D'Angelo to lose his boyfriend, his job, and his home. Instead of mourning what he doesn’t have, Ollie celebrates what he does: the freedom to pursue his real passion—cooking. He begins Dinner at Home, a home-catering business, and it takes off.

Late one night, Ollie catches Hank Mellinger, a streetwise hood

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It only takes a few days for Ollie D'Angelo to lose his boyfriend, his job, and his home. Instead of mourning what he doesn’t have, Ollie celebrates what he does: the freedom to pursue his real passion—cooking. He begins Dinner at Home, a home-catering business, and it takes off.

Late one night, Ollie catches Hank Mellinger, a streetwise hood down on his luck, about to rob his car. Ollie soon discovers that appearances aren’t necessarily what they seem. Hank isn’t a criminal caught red-handed, but a hungry young man trying to make a life for himself and the four-year-old niece he’s trying desperately to take care of.

Instead of calling the cops, Ollie offers Hank a job and a way to pull himself up by his bootstraps. Together, they discover they can really cook... and that their shared passion for food just might lead to a passion for each other.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9781627988353
Publisher:
Dreamspinner Press
Publication date:
05/09/2014
Pages:
206
Product dimensions:
6.00(w) x 9.00(h) x 0.44(d)

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Dinner at Home 4.3 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 4 reviews.
edcsdc More than 1 year ago
Very enjoyable. The character are likable and the storyline in engaging. I loved Ollie's big heart. He saw a real person when he looked at Hank. From the very beginning Hank was never a "project" to Ollie but a real human. Hank made me like him. He was real. The good and bad were all out in the open. His commitment to Addison just added to his appeal. Rose broke my heart and made me want to hug her. The gentle way the boys treated her, allowing her to come to them in her own time and way was wonderful. Addison was too brash, too hard, too much a product of her harsh life. I liked watching her let loose and play with Rose, becoming the child she should've been. The family these characters created was heartwarming. Adult read
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