Excellent, Young Adult, Kirsten Hobbs, Romance, Baking, Coming of Age, Relationships, Family
Adrian leaves behind her confining family to discover her life’s path in college. Yet homesickness creeps in on Adrian. Her cure? Healthy doses of fresh baked-goods crafted by her own gifted hands. As school progresses, she meets Charlie, a charmingly spontaneous guy who is attracted to both Adrian and her amazing culinary skills. A relationship blossoms, but Adrian can’t avoid some worrying signs with Charlie: his forgetfulness, his inconsiderateness, and his erratic temper. After holding on as long as she can, the two break up. But her old friend, Dale, re-enters her life to bring Adrian love, stability, and inspiration. With his urgings, Dale encourages her to pursue her baking passion by taking a job at a Vermont bakery. The distance proves a strain on their relationship and the two slowly drift apart. But when Dale moves to New York City, the shorter distance reignites their attraction and love for one another.
BYU ScholarsArchive Citation
"The Passion and Perils of the Insatiably Hungry,"
Children's Book and Media Review: Vol. 37
, Article 13.
Available at: http://scholarsarchive.byu.edu/cbmr/vol37/iss1/13