Monday, May 25, 2015

Contradiction Series Cookbook by Peggy Martinez

While Crimson Tree Publishing doesn't specialize in non-fiction, we do have a cookbook that will be releasing on July 14, 2015. The Contradiction Series Cookbook is a companion cookbook to the Sweet Contradiction and Perfect Contradiction novels by Peggy Martinez. With over 50 perfectly sweet southern recipes, your stomach is sure to thank you. Check out the official cover reveal below. If you haven't read this new adult sweet romance series yet, we recommend you check out Sweet Contradiction today!

Ebook - Cook Book

RELEASE DATE: JULY 14, 2015

ADD TO GOODREADS

The Contradictions Series Cookbook is a recipe book based on the Contradiction Novels by Peggy Martinez. The characters and stories found in the Contradiction Novels may be fictional, but the love the author has for all things country and southern is all too real. In this recipe book, you will find over fifty recipes that have been southern-kitchen tested and country-simple approved. Some have been passed down for generations, and some are just plain easy and fun. But all of them could have easily been one of the recipes Jennifer Collins uses in Sweet Contradiction or Perfect Contradiction. So, pull a chair up, grab a glass of sweet iced tea, and expect your little heart to be blessed. We're glad y'all are here.

READ SWEET CONTRADICTION TODAY

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Sweet Contradiction

When Beth Michaels high tailed it out of the hole-in-the-road town she grew up in, she only had two goals. One--get as far away as quickly as possible, and two--never set foot in her parents' home again. But when she receives a heart breaking call from her childhood best friend, Jen, she has no choice but to turn her '56 Ford pickup back in the direction of Salem, Missouri to attend a funeral.

There's a new local in town when Beth arrives, and suddenly, it ain't all that easy for her to remember her rules for dating.

#1. Cookie-cutter-perfect guys ain't her type.

#2. Tie wearin' and church frequentin' is an automatic dismissal.

#3. Most importantly, never date anyone from small minded, conservative, Bible-thumping towns like Salem.

Unfortunately, Matthew Wright breaks all her rules and then some. Matt might be from a small town and have small town values, but that doesn't mean he fits into a little slot of Beth's preconceived notions. After all, ever so often good guys are good. Now if he could just convince Beth to let go of her past and give him a chance, he's pretty sure there's a whole lotta sweet under that prickly exterior.

His own ... Sweet Contradiction.

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