Wednesday, August 12, 2015

Pizza For Two = Romance

by Mary Quast

In the book Eagle Dance, the main characters bond over pizza. There is love at first sight, so why not have love over pizza?
Dyami planned to pull out all his charms and romance this gal. Sexy as hell, with a wit to match his, she also held an appreciation for a well-made pizza.
A couple we know looked for something they could do together that would add a little spice to their marriage. They signed up for a pizza cooking class. Once they got into the kneading and tossing the dough, stress slipped away and was replaced with light hearted humor. The new activity became the charm they needed.
We have pizza night as a family. Where is the romance in that? Hubby pours a glass of wine for he and I while I prepare the dough. We often make a hard toast with toppings to snack on with our wine while the pizza cooks. After we are caught kissing a few times, the boys complain of how gross we are and exit to the living room.
Looking for a cheap date night for you and your honey? Grab a bottle of wine and a takeout pizza then head to a local park with a blanket. If the weather is yucky, do what Dyami and Amanda did in Eagle Dance. They relaxed in front of a cozy fire in the fireplace to enjoy their wine and pizza. But of course they had chocolate and caramel syrup for dessert. You’ll have to read the book to find out if they put it on ice cream or each other.

Eagle Dance
Dyami Schafer, a Native American from the Chippewa tribe, leads a lonely life due to his large size and unusual appearance. When his nesting instinct sets in, he turns to Madame Eve and 1Night Stand to help him find his spirit mate. Or at least a woman who accepts him as an eagle shifter.
Amanda Collins never stopped loving the Chippewa boy she knew from her childhood. Maybe a night with a Native American man will help her forget the past and let her move on with her life.
Sometimes, it’s necessary to take a step into the past before dancing into the future. With the help of Madame Eve, will the Spirit of the Eagle carry Dyami and Amanda?

1 comment:

  1. Sounds delicious! I truly enjoy romance books that weave in food simply because food is part of out lives. Reading a whole book where no one eats is so strange to me! I'll be nabbing this one up.