Sunday, June 10, 2012

A Catered Romance by Cara Marsi

Look what we found! A Kindle Romance Novel for $2.99 / £1.95!

There's more than business brewing between two old high school flames...

Stubbornly self-reliant Mary Beth Kendrick needs financial backing to keep her catering business cooking. A looming corporate buyout forces her to accept help from Tom Sackett, the man who broke her heart and left her distrustful of men.

Unable to forget Mary Beth, Tom sets out to win her forgiveness. As he gets to know her again through their shared business interests, he realizes he wants more than forgiveness from her. He wants her in his life.

Grateful for Tom's support but unwilling to trust him, Mary Beth vows to keep their relationship strictly business. But his attentiveness, culminating in a night of passion, starts to melt her icy resolve and shows her the caring, sensitive man Tom has become.

Can Mary Beth learn to love and trust again? Will she and Tom open their hearts to a second chance at love?

"(Cara Marsi) whips up a delicious romance with her novel A Catered Romance. I devoured every sweet nuance in this story of reawakened love." ...RITA nominee Elizabeth Keys

"Mix together the sweetness of joy, the bitterness of betrayal, some salty angst, a dollop of spicy attraction and the luscious taste of love and you have the recipe for A Catered Romance. (Cara Marsi) has written a rich and deliciously flavored story meant to be savored." ...Donna Clayton, award-winning author

"...a delicious smorgasbord of romance and second chances." -Vickie McDonough, Women on Writing


  1. Thanks for featuring A Catered Romance on Kindle Romance Novels blog.

  2. I adored this book. What I really liked about it was the true emotions that resounded between Tom and Mary Beth. Nothing was sugarcoated. :)


  3. Marika, thank you so much for posting. I'm happy you liked A Catered Romance.

  4. I loved it, too! A very enjoyable love story.

  5. I'm a huge Cara Marsi fan! I love all her books!

  6. I can't wait to read it! I've read a couple of other books by Marsi, and they're gems.