Wednesday, November 20, 2013

A Recipe for a Sweet Romance by Grace Greene

With the holidays approaching, lots of tempting recipes are being passed around, so I decided to share one of my favorites – my recipe for a Sweet Romance. There’s lots of great options out there, and they’re all guaranteed to please a wide audience and generations of readers.

What’s my recipe for a Sweet Romance?

Basic ingredients: heart, emotion, attraction, special seasonings, and a happily-ever-after.

1) Warm the heart, add in emotion, and sprinkle in attraction. When well-blended, fold in grief or sadness or jealousy, to taste. Add a dollop of danger, if desired.

2) Stir until mixture begins to change consistency and thickens

3) Layer the batter into a well-greased dish. Bake until it rises and turns a happy, golden tone.

4) Garnish with secrets, promises, inspiration and happily-ever-after’s.

A Sweet Romance may be consumed immediately or allowed to cool. It stores well and can be enjoyed any time the mood hits.

Serving suggestions: Your enjoyment may be enhanced by consuming a Sweet Romance while in a swing beneath a tree on a spring day, or on the beach on a summer afternoon, or curled up under a fleece blanket in the fall, or in front of a fireplace in the winter.

A Sweet Romance is always best when shared. 


Grace Greene writes stories of love, suspense and inspiration. She lives in Virginia, and has many ties to North Carolina. Grace is also an artist and photographer and those interests show up on the pages of her books. Stay in touch with Grace at


Grace’s newest release, BEACH WINDS, is out this month. BEACH WINDS is the sequel to BEACH RENTAL, but you’ll enjoy it even if you haven’t yet read BEACH RENTAL. BEACH WINDS is available in print and eformat at Amazon and Smashwords, and will be available at other retailers later this month.


  1. Wonderful, Grace. What a lovely image. This so beautifully sums up what a sweet romance is.

  2. Lovely post. That's exactly how a sweet romance should taste.

  3. This is a wonderful recipe! Just love it. Thanks!

  4. What a amazing post! Loved it as well!

  5. What an awesome recipe! Your book sounds fabulous!

  6. Love the analogy. In fact, it gives me a craving for a sweet romance right about now!