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A Batch Made in Heaven

Kate Harrison

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Fiction, Modern & contemporary fiction (post c 1945)

Could the Pudding Lake Bakery reveal the recipe for true love? From the author of the 5:2 Diet, a delicious romance previous published as The Bride Hunter.

Is there a recipe for true love? Becca Orchard believes the ingredients are science, psychology and faultless date planning. It's a formula that's made her one of the most successful match-makers in London.

Craft baker Adam Hill is more interested in recipes for bread than love: at his Pudding Lane Bakery in the heart of the City, he mixes old and new to create irresistible food, from Elizabethan Maids of Honour to flowerpot rolls.

But then Becca the Bride Hunter sets Adam up with one of her most awkward clients - and in the chaos that follows, she begins to wonder if she knows anything about finding the perfect match.

From the author of the 5:2 Diet Book, A Batch Made in Heaven is a delicious romance celebrating love, loaves and London - previously published as The Bride Hunter.

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Praise for A Batch Made in Heaven

  • [Her] novels are always warm and witty, and this one is no exception - HEAT

  • Well written, well crafted and confident... the sort of book you want to take everywhere - TRASHIONISTA

  • A poignant, very funny story, full of warmth and insight

  • [A] slick, bittersweet comedy - MAIL ON SUNDAY

  • Captures the ups and downs of life and love so beautifully and in such a real way, you'll find yourself wishing you could dash out and meet her characters in the pub when you've finished reading it

  • Fresh, feisty and fun - COMPANY

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Kate Harrison

Kate Harrison is the author of 16 fiction and non-fiction books, including The 5:2 Diet Book, The Secret Shopper's Revenge, and the Soul Beach trilogy for teenagers.

Kate was born in north-west England, and moved home more than a dozen times as a child. Despite writing many 'novels' at school (including a four-part thriller set in Paris), her careers officer told her she'd never make a living from stories, so instead she became a journalist at the BBC, working on news and current affairs programmes including Newsround and Panorama.

In 2012, Kate set up a Facebook group with friends following a fasting diet, and later that year, she combined her own experiences and recipes, plus the group members' own tips, in The 5:2 Diet Book, which became a Kindle and print bestseller, and has now been published all over the world. Her Ultimate 5:2 Recipe Book contains delicious recipes and meal plans, plus stories from people whose lives have been transformed by intermittent fasting. In 2013, she published 5:2 Your Life, which explores how making tiny changes on just two days each week can make you happier as well as healthier! And in 2015, her latest recipe book, 5:2 Good Food Kitchen was published, with great meals for both fast and non-fasting days, plus Making Sense of... a guide to understanding diet research, myths and advice.

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