Monday, 10 March 2008

Let Them Eat Cake by Sandra Byrd & Aussie Giveaway

Tired of disappointing her parents with her inability to retain a job and the subsequent interference by family with inappropriate career advice, Lexi Stuart finally lands a job of her dreams. Well, it will be once she gets past the entry level! Sadly for Lexi no one is going to view her new role as counter help at a French Bakery as career advancement.

Ever the optimist, Lexi hopes that her mastery of the French language and love of cooking will soon see her move beyond the counter into a managerial position especially when the owner of L’Esperance, the attractive and very French, Luc, begins to appreciate the innovations she makes to the bakery.

Yet all her hopes seem lost when, in a fit of pique, Lexi finally loses her cool with everyone’s disapproval and let’s fly with Marie Antoinette’s infamous quote, “Let them eat cake!” in the middle of the crowded bakery, directing her frustration at a valuable L’Esperence client. It seems like her future is toast!

Let Them Eat Cake is as fresh and crisp as a buttery croissant! Sandra Byrd entertains with the likeable Lexi and her search for fulfilment in faith, career and love. Lexi’s desire to please her family while knowing their hopes will not bring her happiness or satisfaction in life is frustrating her no end. As she slowly builds the courage to be true to herself and rejoice in the talents God has given her, Lexi’s journey is sure to resonate with many a reader. Filled to the brim with delectable descriptions of French food, Lexi’s own recipes and interesting characters, Let Them Eat Cake is a fun and mouth watering read. The intermittent illustrated business cards, letters and even a job application form are delightfully unique and add fun and interest to the tale. I am looking forward to Lexi’s ongoing journey in Bon Appetit, releasing in September, 2008.

Available now from Waterbrook Multnomah.

To enter the draw for a copy of this book:~

1. Have an Aussie postal address;

2. Post by midnight on Sunday 16th March, 2008; and

3. Tell me your favourite kind of cake!


Jaana said...

I'm first to comment! How about that! My favourite kind of cake would have to be an ice-cream cake. Please enter me in.

Ausjenny said...

i love black forrest cake.
my friend and i have a birthday a week apart and she got one from the cake shop and we shared it for my birthday recently. It was very yummy and rich.
please enter me
and happy birthday to your hubby.

Jen said...

Chocolate mud cake would be one of my favourites. Thanks Rel

Anonymous said...

hmmm, favourite cake...that's a hard one! there's probably a few. :) however, i'll go with bee sting cake (bienenstich)...mmm! i've been wanting to read this book!!

Tracy said...

My favourite kind of cake, amongst many many others is hummingbird cake with cream cheese icing. Moist, fruity...yum.

Despite having just finished this book last night, I'd love to be in the draw to own a copy. It'll save me having to copy down all the recipes.

And it will be good to re-read. Everyone needs to be reminded to take responsibility for their own faith rather than hanging on someone elses faith-tails!

Anonymous said...

chocolate cake would be one of my favourite. Thank you from Angela

Leola said...

Coffee Peacan from the cheese cake shop would top my list! Thanks Rel

ad said...

This book sounds like fun and I confess to loving any sort of chocolate cake.

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