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Breakfast in Bed by Robin Kaye Review

Title: Breakfast in Bed

Author: Robin Kaye

First published January 1, 2009

361 pages, Mass Market Paperback

ISBN: 9781402218958 (ISBN10: 1402218958)

Rating: 3.92



Robin Kaye, the talented author and winner of the Romance Writers of America GOLDEN HEART AWARD, brings you a hilarious and steamy contemporary romance that will leave you wanting more. Meet Rich Ronaldi, the almost-perfect man who’s lost his girlfriend and needs to learn how to cook and clean to win her back.

Fortunately, Becca Larsen is there to help him out. She’s never met a man who hasn’t tried to change her, but Rich is different.

As they embark on their domestic adventures together, Becca can’t help but feel drawn to Rich’s irresistible charm. But will she let him into her heart, or will she let him go to another woman’s kitchen?

Find out in Breakfast in Bed, the perfect book for fans of witty and heartfelt romances.

About the Author

Robin Kaye was born and raised in Brooklyn, New York, right next to her Sicilian grandparents and the famous Brooklyn Bridge. Growing up in a household that resembled a mix of Gilligan’s Island and The Sopranos, minus the criminal activities and deserted island, helped shape her sense of humor and inspired the unique and eccentric characters in her books.

Although she has lived in several states ranging from Idaho to Florida, the allure of Brooklyn has never faded from her heart. Today, she lives with her husband, three children, two dogs, and a feisty, three-legged cat in Maryland.

Editoral Review

Breakfast in Bed by Robin Kaye is a delightful romantic fiction novel that was first published on January 1, 2009. Robin Kaye is a well-known author of the romance genre, famous for her contemporary romantic fiction works.

Breakfast in Bed is a novel that explores the themes of love, family, and second chances.

The story of Breakfast in Bed revolves around the life of an Italian-American family living in Brooklyn, New York. The main character, Felicia, is a successful businesswoman who has put her career ahead of everything else in her life, including her family.

However, when her father falls ill, Felicia is forced to return home and take care of him. In the process, she reconnects with her family, including her childhood friend, Tony, whom she hasn’t seen in years.

As Felicia spends more time in Brooklyn, she realizes that she has been missing out on the most important things in life, including love and family. She also discovers that she has feelings for Tony, who has always been there for her, even when she was too busy to notice.

But, will Felicia be able to put her career aside and take a chance on love and family?

The author, Robin Kaye, does an excellent job of portraying the Italian-American culture and the importance of family in their lives. The characters are well-developed, and the pacing of the story is perfect.

The author also does a great job of balancing the serious and the light-hearted moments in the story.

One of the strengths of Breakfast in Bed is the author’s writing style. Robin Kaye has a way of making the reader feel like they are a part of the story.

The descriptions of the characters and the setting are vivid, and the dialogue is realistic.

However, one of the weaknesses of the book is the predictability of the plot. The story follows a typical romantic fiction formula, and there are no major surprises or twists in the plot.

Additionally, some readers may find the romance between Felicia and Tony to be a bit cheesy and unrealistic.

Overall, Breakfast in Bed is a heartwarming novel that is perfect for fans of the romance genre. The novel is well-written, and the characters are relatable.

The themes of love, family, and second chances are timeless and relevant to readers of all ages. However, readers looking for a more complex and unpredictable plot may be disappointed.

I would recommend this book to anyone who enjoys a good romance novel with a happy ending.

Rating: 4/5