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Details of the Recommendation: "Vicki has talent. If this was a show on TV, audiences would be texting in votes to promote her to the final round! She is a gifted author, speaker, and cook who's talent for discovering new ways to teach people better way to a happier more fulfilled life shines through in her new dating-cook-book "He Takes The Cake".
If you have been down the road of life, you know how hard it is to find someone to love and to love you with the respect and care a healthy long term relationship requires.
Finances, food, follies, fun, and forgiveness find their way into this sugary, sometimes salty, but always true confectionary tale of how online dating transformed her life from the bitter pains of divorce into a sweet life... after discovering the right ingredients that make the right man!
Vicki masterfully conveys her 5 year real world dating adventures! Reading "He Takes The Cake" will fill you up with her stories, lessons, and actual cake recipes that parable her journey.
You'll learn about the "Upside Down Cake" date, "Fruit Cake" date, the "Dump Cake" date, the "Better Than Sex Cake" date and finally after trying all the different cakes, you finally discover along side her about the ultimate "Wedding Cake" date!
This fast, fun, and exciting book will have you cooking up your own date cakes! Like Vicki, you too can find love, happiness, fun, food, and fantasy all in one book with one bite!"
Finally, after many dates and making many cakes with a messy kitchen! We found the best recipe for love!
THE WEDDING CAKE
He Takes The Cake
by Vicki Penzell
A woman's guide to find love once again! This time around, you can have your piece
of cake and romance too!
Before there was the Internet people met their mate in the conventional way. You could
meet by chance on the street, in a bar, coffee shop, or the library, or someone would
set you up with a friend. Then there’s Aunt Harriet’s, neighbor’s son, and don’t forget t
the dentist’s nephew. The blind date has always been very popular, and I guess in
some ways it still is. Similar to the traditional blind date, you take chances when
you date someone online.
Arranged marriages from years ago often increased your risk of finding unhappy
dates. Your family would match you with someone from a nearby village and parents
would bargain for your hand in marriage. Some villagers made off better than others.
Cows, chickens, and other valuables were exchanged before for the two young
adults would walk down the aisle, not knowing if they would really like each other, let
alone fall in love. Some marriages were successful, but many lived unhappily.
Thank goodness we have moved into a new world with so many new opportunities
to discover relationships on our own terms. Welcome to Internet Dating 101.
This my version of dating for dummies.
I could eat dessert for breakfast, lunch, and dinner. As a little girl, I remember
going to the bakery with my mom and smiling all the way home thanks to the
aroma of baked delights in the boxed tied with red and white string. Life always
seemed better with sweets. A cookie and milk was all it took to put a smile on my
face. One day it occurred to me that every person has a trait that resembles some part
of a dessert. My next door neighbor reminded me of a Devil dog which was a Drakes
Cake found at the supermarket. He was very mischievous and loved to play in the dirt.
There was also a boy who always ate Moon Pies at lunch, and after a while his face
looked round like the moon.