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I loved this story. It was a humorous take on a girl friend trying to impress her man with a fabulous dinner that goes awry.
A nice touch at the end.
02/11/16
I actually know a lot of women who can't cook, but I'm glad she met someone who could.
02/11/16
Nice story and the title seemed really appropriate, as at the end of this disaster, Bec was given a lovely surprise! Good job.
02/14/16
When I was growing up, my mom rarely cooked. Dad did it. He didn't cook gourmet but he could sure put on a delicious down home meal.

I enjoyed your story. Thank you for the touch of humor.
Well written insight into your MC's thoughts. I felt her relief at the end of this story!
02/14/16
There's so much fun throughout this story, and despite the title, I wasn't anticipating your twist at the end. Great job.
Yummy! Delightful story and terrific ending - what more could one wish for?
02/16/16
How heartwarming. I love the ending...didn't see that coming.

Your MC had the best of intents, and things didn't work out as she planned. Isn't that just how life is at times?

I can relate with your MC because, like her, I had high hopes. Assume positive intent is what I garnered from my flopped mistakes; yes plural.

An enjoyable story that felt very realistic. Nice job.
02/17/16
What a warm ending! I could sooooo empathize with Bec, shrinking down in my computer chair right with her, and then I was grinning at the finish:) well, done!
I'm reminded of all my cooking mistakes--and how love covered them. This was a good Valentine's story with a great ending.
02/18/16
Even though your story focused on making a meal, it was the theme of relationship that left a pleasant taste in my mouth. What a nice Valentine story.
02/18/16
Excellent job!

Blessings~