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Summary

Maura Carmody's off on the trip of a lifetime. A talented chef, she's travelling around Ireland for a month to promote Australian food and wine. Maura's expecting a straight forward business trip. But what she gets is a whirlwind of mishaps, misunderstandings, rivals and revelations, and Dominic Hanrahan, who's giving her plenty of food for thought. Set in Ireland and Australia, A Taste For It is a warm, funny novel about following your heart and pursuing your dreams.
©2001 Monica McInerney (P)2002 Bolinda Publishing Pty Ltd.

Critic reviews

"McInerney mixes just the right measure of humor and bittersweet reality in this fun-filled international romance. Audie Award-winning narrator Melissa Eccleston handles the environs perfectly. Women who enjoy laughter along with a modern love story are in for a treat." ( AudioFile Magazine)
"A humorous, romantic and sexy novel... an intriguing and highly entertaining read." ( Sunday World Ireland)

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  • Carol
  • 20-03-12

Lacks substance

What a disappointment! This story lacks substance, is predictable, and was really annoying! The main character continually jumps to stupid conclusions, the plot is simple, the dialogue is trite.

Disappointing because I've liked other books by this author.

4 of 4 people found this review helpful

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  • Nadine
  • 15-12-06

DRAMA??

The narrator of this book is FANTASTIC! If it were not for her I would have shut it off long ago. The book is just too much drama for one womans lifetime. It just gets tired and too fantastic just one drama after another. Nothing seemed to flow. It just pops up with no prior history or warning....

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  • Robin
  • 20-10-11

couldn't make it past chapter 2

couldn't make it past chapter 2 ... and the accent was a bit difficult in terms of the listening experience

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  • Bree
  • 05-01-11

FABULOUS!

What a gem! Monica McInerney writes such wonderful books but this is her absolute best! Great story - so interesting and fabulous narration! I will listen to this over and over again.

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  • L S
  • 31-01-10

Thoroughly enjoyable!

Well written and very well narrated, this book does not fail to entertain. I wish there were a lot more books like this one.

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  • Erin
  • 19-04-07

calling me back

Great narration! The accents remind me of my recent trips to both countries. I could easily follow along the main character's sightseeing of Dublin. Makes me want to go back to Ireland and Australia.

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  • Melanie Wehner
  • 04-04-07

Funny

I really enjoyed this great comedy of errors. The main character was funny in an unassuming way and really kept you enthralled. Enjoyed this book thoroughly!

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  • Paddington
  • 15-04-12

Very entertaining

“A Taste for It” was a most enjoyable read. I enjoyed it very much; it was light and entertaining. It was a good blend of the Clare Valley wine country in South Australia and County Clare in Ireland with wonderful characters and good humour. I am keen to read more Monica McInerney novels.

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  • Michele
  • 22-06-07

Tasty

Wish I could have been on this wine tour! What a colorful book of descriptive travel and pleasant characters. Great reader. I would listen to a sequel!