Two on the Aisle

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Act 1, Scene 1. Ashland, Oregon. Enter WREN LANDRY.

Wren has happily fled San Francisco and her nationally-known work as secretive food critic Eno Threlkeld for a few weeks’ vacation to visit her twin brother, Raven. Enter Raven, thrilled to be playing Beatrice in this season’s Much Ado About Nothing.

Enter SOPHIE WARD, former investment banker, now goat farmer and cheese monger, followed by a ruthless celebrity chef with a grudge against Eno,...

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Act 1, Scene 1. Ashland, Oregon. Enter WREN LANDRY.

Wren has happily fled San Francisco and her nationally-known work as secretive food critic Eno Threlkeld for a few weeks’ vacation to visit her twin brother, Raven. Enter Raven, thrilled to be playing Beatrice in this season’s Much Ado About Nothing.

Enter SOPHIE WARD, former investment banker, now goat farmer and cheese monger, followed by a ruthless celebrity chef with a grudge against Eno, a zealous cupcake competitor, a baker who makes aebleskivers everybody covets, a family of Danish immigrants with a fishy back story, and a dubious seer whose predictions might just hold the key to averting disaster.
In this mixed-up story of mistaken identities, mysterious loves, miscues, merriment and mayhem, love runs amok on the streets of a Shakespearean festival, and not even the goats on the Tallulah Rose Farm know how it all ends.

Join Golden Crown Literary Award winner Robbi McCoy for an unforgettable romp through the comedy of love on the road to happiness and beautiful cheese. No pentameters, iambic or otherwise, were harmed in the writing of this romantic novel.

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781594932595
  • Publisher: Bella Books, Inc.
  • Publication date: 11/29/2011
  • Pages: 288
  • Product dimensions: 5.30 (w) x 8.20 (h) x 0.70 (d)

Meet the Author


Robbi McCoy is a native Californian who lives in the Central Valley between the mountains and the sea. She is an avid hiker with a particular fondness for the deserts of the American Southwest. She also enjoys gardening, culinary adventures, travel and the theater. She works full-time as a software specialist and web designer for a major West Coast distribution company.
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  • Anonymous

    Posted February 23, 2013

    Funy Funny

    This one is funny with lots of twists on the shakespeare theme

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