Jenny Oliver's festive book- THE PARISIAN CHRISTMAS BAKE OFF is delectable as the title hints at; the pages are filled with the Parisian food descriptions, it was pretty difficult to read on without having something delicious to eat between. The story left me craving for patisserie and also wanting more books by the author. I'm going to make it a point to buy all works of Jenny Oliver now.
THE PARISIAN CHRISTMAS BAKE OFF by Jenny Oliver
Genre: Women's Fiction
Publication Date: October, 2013
Publishers: Carina UK (HQ Digital)
Rachel has become rusty at baking since she hasn't baked much for a long time after mom's death and is busy being a teacher now. When her colleagues surprise Rachel with a chance to go to Paris, to take part in a competition of winning a chance to be the assistant of a renown chef, she travels to the city of Love halfheartedly. She is taken aback knowing how fierce her fellow contestants are and by their foxy methods to win; though a tad difficult at first, Rachel manages to make it to the final round. The story revolves around how the contest persuades Rachel to follow her dreams.