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Two on the Aisle

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    Available in PDF Format | Two on the Aisle.pdf | English
    Robbi McCoy(Author)
Act 1, Scene 1. Ashland, Oregon. Enter WREN LANDRY.

Wren has happily fled San Francisco and her nationally-known work as secretive food critic Eno Threlkeld for a few weeks' vacation to visit her twin brother, Raven. Enter Raven, thrilled to be playing Beatrice in this season's Much Ado About Nothing.

Enter SOPHIE WARD, former investment banker, now goat farmer and cheese monger, followed by a ruthless celebrity chef with a grudge against Eno, a zealous cupcake competitor, a baker who makes aebleskivers everybody covets, a family of Danish immigrants with a fishy back story, and a dubious seer whose predictions might just hold the key to averting disaster.
In this mixed-up story of mistaken identities, mysterious loves, miscues, merriment and mayhem, love runs amok on the streets of a Shakespearean festival, and not even the goats on the Tallulah Rose Farm know how it all ends.

Join Golden Crown Literary Award winner Robbi McCoy for an unforgettable romp through the comedy of love on the road to happiness and beautiful cheese. No pentameters, iambic or otherwise, were harmed in the writing of this romantic novel.

Robbi McCoy is a native Californian who lives in the Central Valley between the mountains and the sea. She is an avid hiker with a particular fondness for the deserts of the American Southwest. She also enjoys gardening, culinary adventures, travel and the theater. She works full-time as a software specialist and web designer for a major West Coast distribution company.

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  • PDF | 288 pages
  • Robbi McCoy(Author)
  • Bella Books (15 Dec. 2011)
  • English
  • 4
  • Gay & Lesbian
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  • By Telstar on 4 December 2011

    Undercover food critic, Eno Threlkeld, real name, Wren Landry, has left San Francisco for a vacation in Ashland, Oregon. She is visiting her brother, Raven. Raven is playing Beatrice in the play Much Ado About Nothing.Wren hasn't had much luck with women. She always seems to attract the weird sort. When her latest date maintained she was from another planet, Wren had been glad she was going to Ashland.Goatherd and cheese maker, Sophie Ward met Wren while she was in town selling her cheese. The two women hit it off right away and spend the night making wild passionate love. Wren was in heaven, she thought at last she had found the perfect woman. Sophie left the next morning though without leaving her phone number.What happens next can only be described by me as a complete fun filled book, full of misunderstandings, mistaken identities, love and laughter. A true comedy of errors.When the villain of the story, John Batard decides to find and unmask Eno Threlkeld, he bites off more than he can chew. What will happen next?Amidst all the hilarity and on a more serious note, will Wren and Sophie ever find the truth and get past the total misunderstandings to find the love they both deserve?An excellent, well written, laugh out loud book. I have to admit, when I saw Shakespeare being quoted, I thought, `oh no, not my scene'. But I couldn't have been more wrong. There is much more to this book than Shakespeare. Although I'm British and I don't always `get' the American sense of humour, I found the book so funny and the story just flows along. This is so very different to anything Robbi has written before. The one thing that is the same though, is the quality of the writing and the excellence of the story telling. The characters are superb. The whole book reminded me of going to the theatre and watching a play. I could almost smell the goats and taste the cheese.Another winner for Robbi and on my re-read shelf.

  • By Alison on 4 December 2013

    It's gone four in the morning and I've just finished 'Two on the Aisle'. I loved it; the romance, intrigue, humour, and even goats, what more could you ask for? I now have a strong urge to read a Shakespeare comedy. I highly recommend this book.

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