This book starts off with an upbeat, light tone due to the funny dialogue and a cute plot. However, as readers continue, they will find a lot of hidden depth in the story as the plot intensifies without losing its playfulness. The characters are wonderfully written and very realistic, which makes it easy for readers to connect with them. The idea of karma in the novel is a bit overused, but with such complex characters some eccentricities are to be expected.

Food critic Miranda Storme is a professional. She would never let her personal feelings affect her reviews, even if she is reviewing her ex-boyfriend's restaurant. This doesn’t mean she doesn't relish in the fact that the food at his establishment is terrible. Gavin Luciano is back to help his parents struggling Italian restaurant, but one night everything goes wrong in the kitchen just as Miranda — the woman he still loves with no hope of winning back — walks in. He thinks things can’t get any worse until he reads her scathing review the next day. But he now has the perfect excuse to see her again. Gavin needs to get Miranda to change her review of his restaurant — and her mind about giving him another chance with her heart. (ENTANGLED, Mar., dl., $2.99)

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Reviewed by: 
Eve Polak