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The I Do Deli by Josie Castel

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The I Do Deli, September 2018
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The I Do Deli
Josie Castel


Author Self-Published
September 2018
On Sale: September 12, 2018
Featuring: Marc Ratzenberger; Carmine Cafarelli; Kid Cafarelli
187 pages
ISBN: 1724006932
EAN: 9781724006936
Kindle: B07H9SHK55
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Multicultural Romance | Romance Chick-Lit | Women's Fiction Contemporary

Kid Cafarelli is in love, and in her traditional Italian Catholic family that’s a big problem. By day she works behind the counter of her family’s New York delicatessen with her three older sisters, Teresa, Rose and Grace. By night she sneaks away to a forbidden French cooking class, led by the mouth-watering Jewish chef Marc Ratzenberger. Watching over the Cafarelli clan is her widowed father Carmine, who hates everything French except for the Statue of Liberty, which he insists was made with Italian steel. He also insists his girls marry in birth order, leaving Kid stuck behind Teresa the mouth, Rose the nerd, and Grace the prude.

And Carmine guards his girls like a meatball guards spaghetti. But from New York to Italy Kid is determined to do whatever it takes to get her man and find her sisters true love. Will her search for three suitable husbands, and surviving Carmine, prove to be too much for the matchmaking rookie? Or can she make the impossible happen?

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Re: The I Do Deli

This sounds SO good ! Thanks for the review!
(Kathleen Bylsma 3:43pm January 4)

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