A wry, entertaining story about falling in love with a man whose shirtless picture adorns every second lunchroom wall and then doing your best when the relationship takes an unexpected turn
Helen McNeil is a vet in a small rural Australian town. While taking evasive action from a dull girl at a party one night she falls over—and fails to recognize—national sports hero, Mark Tipene. For some mysterious reason Helen never really grasps, Mark finds this charming and the chemistry between them skyrockets, aided by a glass of wine or six. Still suffering the after-effects of the wine, Helen is both horrified and delighted when Mark appears the next day at the front counter of the vet clinic to ask her out. Her coworkers are just the first of many friends, family, and acquaintances to be agog at the identity of her date. Love soon blossoms between the two, but when Helen finds out that she is pregnant, things start to get seriously complicated. . . Full of warm, witty, and well-rounded characters, Chocolate Cake for Breakfast is a hugely entertaining romance set in the middle of nowhere.
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Danielle Hawkins is a large animal vet and the author of Dinner at Rose’s.Review:
An entertainment with brains Sunday Age on Dinner at Rose's Charming, warm and funny Herald Sun on Dinner at Rose's
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