Love à la Mode

Love à la Mode

Take two American teen chefs, add one heaping cup of Paris, toss in a pinch of romance, and stir. . . . Rosie Radeke firmly believes that happiness can be found at the bottom of a mixing bowl. But she never expected that she, a random nobody from East Liberty, Ohio, would be accepted to celebrity chef Denis Laurent's school in Paris, the most prestigious cooking program for Take two American teen chefs, add one heaping cup of Paris, toss in a pinch of romance, and stir. . . . Rosie Rade...

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Title:Love à la Mode
Author:Stephanie Kate Strohm
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Genres:Young Adult
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Format Type:Hardcover
Number of Pages:304 pages pages

Love à la Mode Reviews

  • Andrea at Reading Lark
    Nov 25, 2018

    "...part of the magic of food. It didn't last. It couldn't. Each bite was only a moment transformed into a memory." FOODIES REJOICE!!! This book stole my heart right out of the gate. A departure gate at Chicago O'Hare International Airport to be specific. We meet our main c...

    SO FREAKING CUTE OMFGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGG *salty about the cover change but the book is amazing so its fine* ...

    4.5 stars I totally did not realize just how much I needed an adorable romance until I picked this up! But yes. I did need this book. And you probably do too. Because not only was it absolutely adorable and swoon-worthy and filled with delicious baked goods + foods I couldn?t g...

    This book is so adorable! It's not very similar to Anna and the French Kiss at all other than Paris boarding school & a great friend group, but those Paris vibes took me back! I think the characters were all very realistically and authentically written, as teens and their individua...

    This review originally appeared on Novel Ink. I received this book for free in exchange for an honest review. This does not affect my opinion of the book or the content of my review. As soon as I saw Love a la Mode, I was here for it. Two teens falling in love at cooking school i...

    As a fan of any book with cooking, boarding schools, and Paris, Love la Mode by Stephanie Kate Strohm seemed like the perfect book for me. The story is about a French cooking school and contains characters from all over the world. I especially enjoyed the descriptions of food. Fans ...

    *I received an e-ARC of this book from the publisher for an honest review - thank you so much, but it didn't affect my review at all. My love of Stephanie Kate Strohm books probably did, though.* This book is everything that is amazing about contemporary: fluffy, fun, funnies, and c...

    Rating: 4.5 Stars Paris is a city associated with lights, love, and culinary delights. Henry and Rosie were both making their way there to join an elite high school culinary program, which was an important stepping stone for them both. For Rosie, it was a way for her to discover the...

    Super cute - if you're a foodie and/or a fan of Food Network shows and/or a fan of Anna and the French Kiss, this one is for you. Review to come. Read more of my reviews on JenRyland.com! Check out my Bookstagram! Or check out my Jen In Ten reviews on Youtube - get the lowdown on...

    I just love books set in Paris. With food. And an adorable romance to boot. So it will come as no shock that I found this book completely adorkable. Kids who love cooking getting a chance to learn from a master chef in Paris? C'mon! That's too cute to pass up. The characters were so re...

    I received a copy from the publisher in exchange for an honest review. My thoughts and opinions are my own. Love la Mode was a lovely book that I enjoyed from start to finish! It was a book I thought about even when I wasn't reading it, and one I looked forward to sitting down wi...

    First and most important: If you plan on reading this cute and fun contemporary novel based at a school for chefs in Paris, be prepared to be hungry. For anything from mashed potatoes, to bread to decadent desserts. Love la Mode was a fun and cute read. I am no chef, in fact I'm ...

    2.75 stars. I received a digital ARC from Netgalley in exchange for an honest review. This was a cute book about two aspiring teen cooks who make it into an exclusive cooking school. Henry is a fantastic cook while Rosie struggles with the basics but excels at baking. It is her everyt...

    I received Love la Mode by Stephanie Kate Strohm from Netgalley. This has no impact on my thoughts. My thoughts are my own. Love la Mode was a three star rating for me. I liked the cooking school plot very much and the friendships, though I wasn't a fan of the instant romance...

    OH MY GOSH YOU PRECIOUS, ADORABLE, CUTE LITTLE BOOK. I love you. I love food. I like cute romance. I like amazing friendship groups. I love baking. I love this book. And now I want to watch cooking and baking shows all day. Well done, cute book, well done. ...

    Love the thrill of Chopped Teen? Kids Baking Championship? Throw those together with some of the cutest elements of romance tropes and you've got Stephanie Kate Strohm's latest novel, LOVE A LA MODE. Embracing one of my favorite genres of television, this book was fun to read, fro...

    This was absolutely ADORABLE! I will post my review as part of the blog tour. --------- Full review can be found here: https://agingerlyreview.wordpress.com... This book was far more adorable than I could have possibly imagine it would be. It was a super quick read but super l...

    Fluffy, light YA romances have been a kind of guilty pleasure for me for quite a while. They tend to be safer and slightly more fun. "Love a la Mode" did not disappoint in this regard either. Rosie and Henry were sweet characters and their differing passions for food (one for cooki...

    A sweet culinary romance, Love a la Mode follows two American teens on their way to a year studying at an elite culinary school in Paris. There is a meet cute on a plane, miscommunication, a hint of a love triangle, and lots of delicious sounding food! Rosie wants to be a pastry chef a...

    *** 3.5-4 Stars*** This book is the cuteeesssttttt. How could you not love a story that is set in Paris and involves a love story and food!? Rose and Henry meet on a plane and instantly have a weird, young adult awkward crush/connection. Turns out they both were accepted to Ecole, a...

    3.5, rounded up to 4 stars, because Strohm's style is always worth it. Rosie and Henry share a passion for cooking, although the two come from very different backgrounds. Together with kids from all over the world, they have enrolled into a famous cooking school in Paris for a whole...

    Ive read " love a la mode " ,, the romance was bad but the story was okay ,, i gave it 2.5 out of 5 ...

    Rose and Henry have connected quickly since their first meeting, finding that they are in the same teen cooking school, the connection only increases. Amidst challenges, new friendships and great rivalries, this couple will see their friendship tested. I liked the way the writer built...

    Love la Mode is just so darn stinking cute. It is one of those books that constantly hits you with moments that will make your heart melt like the ice cream on the front cover. There's just enough angst and drama, to make the whole thing sweeter. full review: https://utopia-state...

    I received an ARC of this book during the Texas Library Association Annual Conference. I really enjoyed this book, the premise is cute and the drama isn't so much that it overwhelms the other parts of the book. I was pleasantly surprised to find that neither Rosie nor Henry were relega...

    To see review with finger carnage and fudge click here. I really didn?t care for the love interest in this rom com. That being said it?s not a bad book. It?s actually quite enjoyable. It?s warm and fluffy and reminded me of a lot like Anna and the French Kiss if it had some ...

    Review Posted on Reading Lark 11/27/18: https://readinglark.blogspot.com/2018... One of my favorite evening pastimes is to curl up with my husband and watch Food Network. Our favorites are Chopped, Cutthroat Kitchen, and the various holiday baking challenges. As someone who has read...

  • Thamy
    Nov 16, 2018

    "...part of the magic of food. It didn't last. It couldn't. Each bite was only a moment transformed into a memory." FOODIES REJOICE!!! This book stole my heart right out of the gate. A departure gate at Chicago O'Hare International Airport to be specific. We meet our main c...

    SO FREAKING CUTE OMFGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGG *salty about the cover change but the book is amazing so its fine* ...

    4.5 stars I totally did not realize just how much I needed an adorable romance until I picked this up! But yes. I did need this book. And you probably do too. Because not only was it absolutely adorable and swoon-worthy and filled with delicious baked goods + foods I couldn?t g...

    This book is so adorable! It's not very similar to Anna and the French Kiss at all other than Paris boarding school & a great friend group, but those Paris vibes took me back! I think the characters were all very realistically and authentically written, as teens and their individua...

    This review originally appeared on Novel Ink. I received this book for free in exchange for an honest review. This does not affect my opinion of the book or the content of my review. As soon as I saw Love a la Mode, I was here for it. Two teens falling in love at cooking school i...

    As a fan of any book with cooking, boarding schools, and Paris, Love la Mode by Stephanie Kate Strohm seemed like the perfect book for me. The story is about a French cooking school and contains characters from all over the world. I especially enjoyed the descriptions of food. Fans ...

    *I received an e-ARC of this book from the publisher for an honest review - thank you so much, but it didn't affect my review at all. My love of Stephanie Kate Strohm books probably did, though.* This book is everything that is amazing about contemporary: fluffy, fun, funnies, and c...

    Rating: 4.5 Stars Paris is a city associated with lights, love, and culinary delights. Henry and Rosie were both making their way there to join an elite high school culinary program, which was an important stepping stone for them both. For Rosie, it was a way for her to discover the...

    Super cute - if you're a foodie and/or a fan of Food Network shows and/or a fan of Anna and the French Kiss, this one is for you. Review to come. Read more of my reviews on JenRyland.com! Check out my Bookstagram! Or check out my Jen In Ten reviews on Youtube - get the lowdown on...

    I just love books set in Paris. With food. And an adorable romance to boot. So it will come as no shock that I found this book completely adorkable. Kids who love cooking getting a chance to learn from a master chef in Paris? C'mon! That's too cute to pass up. The characters were so re...

    I received a copy from the publisher in exchange for an honest review. My thoughts and opinions are my own. Love la Mode was a lovely book that I enjoyed from start to finish! It was a book I thought about even when I wasn't reading it, and one I looked forward to sitting down wi...

    First and most important: If you plan on reading this cute and fun contemporary novel based at a school for chefs in Paris, be prepared to be hungry. For anything from mashed potatoes, to bread to decadent desserts. Love la Mode was a fun and cute read. I am no chef, in fact I'm ...

    2.75 stars. I received a digital ARC from Netgalley in exchange for an honest review. This was a cute book about two aspiring teen cooks who make it into an exclusive cooking school. Henry is a fantastic cook while Rosie struggles with the basics but excels at baking. It is her everyt...

    I received Love la Mode by Stephanie Kate Strohm from Netgalley. This has no impact on my thoughts. My thoughts are my own. Love la Mode was a three star rating for me. I liked the cooking school plot very much and the friendships, though I wasn't a fan of the instant romance...

    OH MY GOSH YOU PRECIOUS, ADORABLE, CUTE LITTLE BOOK. I love you. I love food. I like cute romance. I like amazing friendship groups. I love baking. I love this book. And now I want to watch cooking and baking shows all day. Well done, cute book, well done. ...

    Love the thrill of Chopped Teen? Kids Baking Championship? Throw those together with some of the cutest elements of romance tropes and you've got Stephanie Kate Strohm's latest novel, LOVE A LA MODE. Embracing one of my favorite genres of television, this book was fun to read, fro...

    This was absolutely ADORABLE! I will post my review as part of the blog tour. --------- Full review can be found here: https://agingerlyreview.wordpress.com... This book was far more adorable than I could have possibly imagine it would be. It was a super quick read but super l...

    Fluffy, light YA romances have been a kind of guilty pleasure for me for quite a while. They tend to be safer and slightly more fun. "Love a la Mode" did not disappoint in this regard either. Rosie and Henry were sweet characters and their differing passions for food (one for cooki...

    A sweet culinary romance, Love a la Mode follows two American teens on their way to a year studying at an elite culinary school in Paris. There is a meet cute on a plane, miscommunication, a hint of a love triangle, and lots of delicious sounding food! Rosie wants to be a pastry chef a...

    *** 3.5-4 Stars*** This book is the cuteeesssttttt. How could you not love a story that is set in Paris and involves a love story and food!? Rose and Henry meet on a plane and instantly have a weird, young adult awkward crush/connection. Turns out they both were accepted to Ecole, a...

    3.5, rounded up to 4 stars, because Strohm's style is always worth it. Rosie and Henry share a passion for cooking, although the two come from very different backgrounds. Together with kids from all over the world, they have enrolled into a famous cooking school in Paris for a whole...

  • Bethany
    Nov 18, 2018

    "...part of the magic of food. It didn't last. It couldn't. Each bite was only a moment transformed into a memory." FOODIES REJOICE!!! This book stole my heart right out of the gate. A departure gate at Chicago O'Hare International Airport to be specific. We meet our main c...

    SO FREAKING CUTE OMFGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGG *salty about the cover change but the book is amazing so its fine* ...

    4.5 stars I totally did not realize just how much I needed an adorable romance until I picked this up! But yes. I did need this book. And you probably do too. Because not only was it absolutely adorable and swoon-worthy and filled with delicious baked goods + foods I couldn?t g...

    This book is so adorable! It's not very similar to Anna and the French Kiss at all other than Paris boarding school & a great friend group, but those Paris vibes took me back! I think the characters were all very realistically and authentically written, as teens and their individua...

    This review originally appeared on Novel Ink. I received this book for free in exchange for an honest review. This does not affect my opinion of the book or the content of my review. As soon as I saw Love a la Mode, I was here for it. Two teens falling in love at cooking school i...

    As a fan of any book with cooking, boarding schools, and Paris, Love la Mode by Stephanie Kate Strohm seemed like the perfect book for me. The story is about a French cooking school and contains characters from all over the world. I especially enjoyed the descriptions of food. Fans ...

    *I received an e-ARC of this book from the publisher for an honest review - thank you so much, but it didn't affect my review at all. My love of Stephanie Kate Strohm books probably did, though.* This book is everything that is amazing about contemporary: fluffy, fun, funnies, and c...

    Rating: 4.5 Stars Paris is a city associated with lights, love, and culinary delights. Henry and Rosie were both making their way there to join an elite high school culinary program, which was an important stepping stone for them both. For Rosie, it was a way for her to discover the...

    Super cute - if you're a foodie and/or a fan of Food Network shows and/or a fan of Anna and the French Kiss, this one is for you. Review to come. Read more of my reviews on JenRyland.com! Check out my Bookstagram! Or check out my Jen In Ten reviews on Youtube - get the lowdown on...

    I just love books set in Paris. With food. And an adorable romance to boot. So it will come as no shock that I found this book completely adorkable. Kids who love cooking getting a chance to learn from a master chef in Paris? C'mon! That's too cute to pass up. The characters were so re...

    I received a copy from the publisher in exchange for an honest review. My thoughts and opinions are my own. Love la Mode was a lovely book that I enjoyed from start to finish! It was a book I thought about even when I wasn't reading it, and one I looked forward to sitting down wi...

    First and most important: If you plan on reading this cute and fun contemporary novel based at a school for chefs in Paris, be prepared to be hungry. For anything from mashed potatoes, to bread to decadent desserts. Love la Mode was a fun and cute read. I am no chef, in fact I'm ...

    2.75 stars. I received a digital ARC from Netgalley in exchange for an honest review. This was a cute book about two aspiring teen cooks who make it into an exclusive cooking school. Henry is a fantastic cook while Rosie struggles with the basics but excels at baking. It is her everyt...

    I received Love la Mode by Stephanie Kate Strohm from Netgalley. This has no impact on my thoughts. My thoughts are my own. Love la Mode was a three star rating for me. I liked the cooking school plot very much and the friendships, though I wasn't a fan of the instant romance...

    OH MY GOSH YOU PRECIOUS, ADORABLE, CUTE LITTLE BOOK. I love you. I love food. I like cute romance. I like amazing friendship groups. I love baking. I love this book. And now I want to watch cooking and baking shows all day. Well done, cute book, well done. ...

    Love the thrill of Chopped Teen? Kids Baking Championship? Throw those together with some of the cutest elements of romance tropes and you've got Stephanie Kate Strohm's latest novel, LOVE A LA MODE. Embracing one of my favorite genres of television, this book was fun to read, fro...

    This was absolutely ADORABLE! I will post my review as part of the blog tour. --------- Full review can be found here: https://agingerlyreview.wordpress.com... This book was far more adorable than I could have possibly imagine it would be. It was a super quick read but super l...

    Fluffy, light YA romances have been a kind of guilty pleasure for me for quite a while. They tend to be safer and slightly more fun. "Love a la Mode" did not disappoint in this regard either. Rosie and Henry were sweet characters and their differing passions for food (one for cooki...

    A sweet culinary romance, Love a la Mode follows two American teens on their way to a year studying at an elite culinary school in Paris. There is a meet cute on a plane, miscommunication, a hint of a love triangle, and lots of delicious sounding food! Rosie wants to be a pastry chef a...

  • Nasty Lady MJ
    Nov 28, 2018

    "...part of the magic of food. It didn't last. It couldn't. Each bite was only a moment transformed into a memory." FOODIES REJOICE!!! This book stole my heart right out of the gate. A departure gate at Chicago O'Hare International Airport to be specific. We meet our main c...

    SO FREAKING CUTE OMFGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGG *salty about the cover change but the book is amazing so its fine* ...

    4.5 stars I totally did not realize just how much I needed an adorable romance until I picked this up! But yes. I did need this book. And you probably do too. Because not only was it absolutely adorable and swoon-worthy and filled with delicious baked goods + foods I couldn?t g...

    This book is so adorable! It's not very similar to Anna and the French Kiss at all other than Paris boarding school & a great friend group, but those Paris vibes took me back! I think the characters were all very realistically and authentically written, as teens and their individua...

    This review originally appeared on Novel Ink. I received this book for free in exchange for an honest review. This does not affect my opinion of the book or the content of my review. As soon as I saw Love a la Mode, I was here for it. Two teens falling in love at cooking school i...

    As a fan of any book with cooking, boarding schools, and Paris, Love la Mode by Stephanie Kate Strohm seemed like the perfect book for me. The story is about a French cooking school and contains characters from all over the world. I especially enjoyed the descriptions of food. Fans ...

    *I received an e-ARC of this book from the publisher for an honest review - thank you so much, but it didn't affect my review at all. My love of Stephanie Kate Strohm books probably did, though.* This book is everything that is amazing about contemporary: fluffy, fun, funnies, and c...

    Rating: 4.5 Stars Paris is a city associated with lights, love, and culinary delights. Henry and Rosie were both making their way there to join an elite high school culinary program, which was an important stepping stone for them both. For Rosie, it was a way for her to discover the...

    Super cute - if you're a foodie and/or a fan of Food Network shows and/or a fan of Anna and the French Kiss, this one is for you. Review to come. Read more of my reviews on JenRyland.com! Check out my Bookstagram! Or check out my Jen In Ten reviews on Youtube - get the lowdown on...

    I just love books set in Paris. With food. And an adorable romance to boot. So it will come as no shock that I found this book completely adorkable. Kids who love cooking getting a chance to learn from a master chef in Paris? C'mon! That's too cute to pass up. The characters were so re...

    I received a copy from the publisher in exchange for an honest review. My thoughts and opinions are my own. Love la Mode was a lovely book that I enjoyed from start to finish! It was a book I thought about even when I wasn't reading it, and one I looked forward to sitting down wi...

    First and most important: If you plan on reading this cute and fun contemporary novel based at a school for chefs in Paris, be prepared to be hungry. For anything from mashed potatoes, to bread to decadent desserts. Love la Mode was a fun and cute read. I am no chef, in fact I'm ...

    2.75 stars. I received a digital ARC from Netgalley in exchange for an honest review. This was a cute book about two aspiring teen cooks who make it into an exclusive cooking school. Henry is a fantastic cook while Rosie struggles with the basics but excels at baking. It is her everyt...

    I received Love la Mode by Stephanie Kate Strohm from Netgalley. This has no impact on my thoughts. My thoughts are my own. Love la Mode was a three star rating for me. I liked the cooking school plot very much and the friendships, though I wasn't a fan of the instant romance...

    OH MY GOSH YOU PRECIOUS, ADORABLE, CUTE LITTLE BOOK. I love you. I love food. I like cute romance. I like amazing friendship groups. I love baking. I love this book. And now I want to watch cooking and baking shows all day. Well done, cute book, well done. ...

    Love the thrill of Chopped Teen? Kids Baking Championship? Throw those together with some of the cutest elements of romance tropes and you've got Stephanie Kate Strohm's latest novel, LOVE A LA MODE. Embracing one of my favorite genres of television, this book was fun to read, fro...

    This was absolutely ADORABLE! I will post my review as part of the blog tour. --------- Full review can be found here: https://agingerlyreview.wordpress.com... This book was far more adorable than I could have possibly imagine it would be. It was a super quick read but super l...

    Fluffy, light YA romances have been a kind of guilty pleasure for me for quite a while. They tend to be safer and slightly more fun. "Love a la Mode" did not disappoint in this regard either. Rosie and Henry were sweet characters and their differing passions for food (one for cooki...

    A sweet culinary romance, Love a la Mode follows two American teens on their way to a year studying at an elite culinary school in Paris. There is a meet cute on a plane, miscommunication, a hint of a love triangle, and lots of delicious sounding food! Rosie wants to be a pastry chef a...

    *** 3.5-4 Stars*** This book is the cuteeesssttttt. How could you not love a story that is set in Paris and involves a love story and food!? Rose and Henry meet on a plane and instantly have a weird, young adult awkward crush/connection. Turns out they both were accepted to Ecole, a...

    3.5, rounded up to 4 stars, because Strohm's style is always worth it. Rosie and Henry share a passion for cooking, although the two come from very different backgrounds. Together with kids from all over the world, they have enrolled into a famous cooking school in Paris for a whole...

    Ive read " love a la mode " ,, the romance was bad but the story was okay ,, i gave it 2.5 out of 5 ...

    Rose and Henry have connected quickly since their first meeting, finding that they are in the same teen cooking school, the connection only increases. Amidst challenges, new friendships and great rivalries, this couple will see their friendship tested. I liked the way the writer built...

    Love la Mode is just so darn stinking cute. It is one of those books that constantly hits you with moments that will make your heart melt like the ice cream on the front cover. There's just enough angst and drama, to make the whole thing sweeter. full review: https://utopia-state...

    I received an ARC of this book during the Texas Library Association Annual Conference. I really enjoyed this book, the premise is cute and the drama isn't so much that it overwhelms the other parts of the book. I was pleasantly surprised to find that neither Rosie nor Henry were relega...

    To see review with finger carnage and fudge click here. I really didn?t care for the love interest in this rom com. That being said it?s not a bad book. It?s actually quite enjoyable. It?s warm and fluffy and reminded me of a lot like Anna and the French Kiss if it had some ...

  • Liralen
    Dec 02, 2018

    "...part of the magic of food. It didn't last. It couldn't. Each bite was only a moment transformed into a memory." FOODIES REJOICE!!! This book stole my heart right out of the gate. A departure gate at Chicago O'Hare International Airport to be specific. We meet our main c...

    SO FREAKING CUTE OMFGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGG *salty about the cover change but the book is amazing so its fine* ...

    4.5 stars I totally did not realize just how much I needed an adorable romance until I picked this up! But yes. I did need this book. And you probably do too. Because not only was it absolutely adorable and swoon-worthy and filled with delicious baked goods + foods I couldn?t g...

    This book is so adorable! It's not very similar to Anna and the French Kiss at all other than Paris boarding school & a great friend group, but those Paris vibes took me back! I think the characters were all very realistically and authentically written, as teens and their individua...

    This review originally appeared on Novel Ink. I received this book for free in exchange for an honest review. This does not affect my opinion of the book or the content of my review. As soon as I saw Love a la Mode, I was here for it. Two teens falling in love at cooking school i...

    As a fan of any book with cooking, boarding schools, and Paris, Love la Mode by Stephanie Kate Strohm seemed like the perfect book for me. The story is about a French cooking school and contains characters from all over the world. I especially enjoyed the descriptions of food. Fans ...

    *I received an e-ARC of this book from the publisher for an honest review - thank you so much, but it didn't affect my review at all. My love of Stephanie Kate Strohm books probably did, though.* This book is everything that is amazing about contemporary: fluffy, fun, funnies, and c...

    Rating: 4.5 Stars Paris is a city associated with lights, love, and culinary delights. Henry and Rosie were both making their way there to join an elite high school culinary program, which was an important stepping stone for them both. For Rosie, it was a way for her to discover the...

    Super cute - if you're a foodie and/or a fan of Food Network shows and/or a fan of Anna and the French Kiss, this one is for you. Review to come. Read more of my reviews on JenRyland.com! Check out my Bookstagram! Or check out my Jen In Ten reviews on Youtube - get the lowdown on...

    I just love books set in Paris. With food. And an adorable romance to boot. So it will come as no shock that I found this book completely adorkable. Kids who love cooking getting a chance to learn from a master chef in Paris? C'mon! That's too cute to pass up. The characters were so re...

    I received a copy from the publisher in exchange for an honest review. My thoughts and opinions are my own. Love la Mode was a lovely book that I enjoyed from start to finish! It was a book I thought about even when I wasn't reading it, and one I looked forward to sitting down wi...

    First and most important: If you plan on reading this cute and fun contemporary novel based at a school for chefs in Paris, be prepared to be hungry. For anything from mashed potatoes, to bread to decadent desserts. Love la Mode was a fun and cute read. I am no chef, in fact I'm ...

    2.75 stars. I received a digital ARC from Netgalley in exchange for an honest review. This was a cute book about two aspiring teen cooks who make it into an exclusive cooking school. Henry is a fantastic cook while Rosie struggles with the basics but excels at baking. It is her everyt...

    I received Love la Mode by Stephanie Kate Strohm from Netgalley. This has no impact on my thoughts. My thoughts are my own. Love la Mode was a three star rating for me. I liked the cooking school plot very much and the friendships, though I wasn't a fan of the instant romance...

    OH MY GOSH YOU PRECIOUS, ADORABLE, CUTE LITTLE BOOK. I love you. I love food. I like cute romance. I like amazing friendship groups. I love baking. I love this book. And now I want to watch cooking and baking shows all day. Well done, cute book, well done. ...

    Love the thrill of Chopped Teen? Kids Baking Championship? Throw those together with some of the cutest elements of romance tropes and you've got Stephanie Kate Strohm's latest novel, LOVE A LA MODE. Embracing one of my favorite genres of television, this book was fun to read, fro...

    This was absolutely ADORABLE! I will post my review as part of the blog tour. --------- Full review can be found here: https://agingerlyreview.wordpress.com... This book was far more adorable than I could have possibly imagine it would be. It was a super quick read but super l...

    Fluffy, light YA romances have been a kind of guilty pleasure for me for quite a while. They tend to be safer and slightly more fun. "Love a la Mode" did not disappoint in this regard either. Rosie and Henry were sweet characters and their differing passions for food (one for cooki...

    A sweet culinary romance, Love a la Mode follows two American teens on their way to a year studying at an elite culinary school in Paris. There is a meet cute on a plane, miscommunication, a hint of a love triangle, and lots of delicious sounding food! Rosie wants to be a pastry chef a...

    *** 3.5-4 Stars*** This book is the cuteeesssttttt. How could you not love a story that is set in Paris and involves a love story and food!? Rose and Henry meet on a plane and instantly have a weird, young adult awkward crush/connection. Turns out they both were accepted to Ecole, a...

    3.5, rounded up to 4 stars, because Strohm's style is always worth it. Rosie and Henry share a passion for cooking, although the two come from very different backgrounds. Together with kids from all over the world, they have enrolled into a famous cooking school in Paris for a whole...

    Ive read " love a la mode " ,, the romance was bad but the story was okay ,, i gave it 2.5 out of 5 ...

    Rose and Henry have connected quickly since their first meeting, finding that they are in the same teen cooking school, the connection only increases. Amidst challenges, new friendships and great rivalries, this couple will see their friendship tested. I liked the way the writer built...

    Love la Mode is just so darn stinking cute. It is one of those books that constantly hits you with moments that will make your heart melt like the ice cream on the front cover. There's just enough angst and drama, to make the whole thing sweeter. full review: https://utopia-state...

    I received an ARC of this book during the Texas Library Association Annual Conference. I really enjoyed this book, the premise is cute and the drama isn't so much that it overwhelms the other parts of the book. I was pleasantly surprised to find that neither Rosie nor Henry were relega...

    To see review with finger carnage and fudge click here. I really didn?t care for the love interest in this rom com. That being said it?s not a bad book. It?s actually quite enjoyable. It?s warm and fluffy and reminded me of a lot like Anna and the French Kiss if it had some ...

    Review Posted on Reading Lark 11/27/18: https://readinglark.blogspot.com/2018... One of my favorite evening pastimes is to curl up with my husband and watch Food Network. Our favorites are Chopped, Cutthroat Kitchen, and the various holiday baking challenges. As someone who has read...

    It's a testament to the strength of the supporting characters here that I would follow any of them into a sequel. I might not follow Henry...but Priya or Yumi or Hampus? Yes please. This is a case where an extra bit of quirk works in the characters' favour: it falls comfortably on the ...

  • Rmsooon
    Nov 29, 2018

    "...part of the magic of food. It didn't last. It couldn't. Each bite was only a moment transformed into a memory." FOODIES REJOICE!!! This book stole my heart right out of the gate. A departure gate at Chicago O'Hare International Airport to be specific. We meet our main c...

    SO FREAKING CUTE OMFGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGG *salty about the cover change but the book is amazing so its fine* ...

    4.5 stars I totally did not realize just how much I needed an adorable romance until I picked this up! But yes. I did need this book. And you probably do too. Because not only was it absolutely adorable and swoon-worthy and filled with delicious baked goods + foods I couldn?t g...

    This book is so adorable! It's not very similar to Anna and the French Kiss at all other than Paris boarding school & a great friend group, but those Paris vibes took me back! I think the characters were all very realistically and authentically written, as teens and their individua...

    This review originally appeared on Novel Ink. I received this book for free in exchange for an honest review. This does not affect my opinion of the book or the content of my review. As soon as I saw Love a la Mode, I was here for it. Two teens falling in love at cooking school i...

    As a fan of any book with cooking, boarding schools, and Paris, Love la Mode by Stephanie Kate Strohm seemed like the perfect book for me. The story is about a French cooking school and contains characters from all over the world. I especially enjoyed the descriptions of food. Fans ...

    *I received an e-ARC of this book from the publisher for an honest review - thank you so much, but it didn't affect my review at all. My love of Stephanie Kate Strohm books probably did, though.* This book is everything that is amazing about contemporary: fluffy, fun, funnies, and c...

    Rating: 4.5 Stars Paris is a city associated with lights, love, and culinary delights. Henry and Rosie were both making their way there to join an elite high school culinary program, which was an important stepping stone for them both. For Rosie, it was a way for her to discover the...

    Super cute - if you're a foodie and/or a fan of Food Network shows and/or a fan of Anna and the French Kiss, this one is for you. Review to come. Read more of my reviews on JenRyland.com! Check out my Bookstagram! Or check out my Jen In Ten reviews on Youtube - get the lowdown on...

    I just love books set in Paris. With food. And an adorable romance to boot. So it will come as no shock that I found this book completely adorkable. Kids who love cooking getting a chance to learn from a master chef in Paris? C'mon! That's too cute to pass up. The characters were so re...

    I received a copy from the publisher in exchange for an honest review. My thoughts and opinions are my own. Love la Mode was a lovely book that I enjoyed from start to finish! It was a book I thought about even when I wasn't reading it, and one I looked forward to sitting down wi...

    First and most important: If you plan on reading this cute and fun contemporary novel based at a school for chefs in Paris, be prepared to be hungry. For anything from mashed potatoes, to bread to decadent desserts. Love la Mode was a fun and cute read. I am no chef, in fact I'm ...

    2.75 stars. I received a digital ARC from Netgalley in exchange for an honest review. This was a cute book about two aspiring teen cooks who make it into an exclusive cooking school. Henry is a fantastic cook while Rosie struggles with the basics but excels at baking. It is her everyt...

    I received Love la Mode by Stephanie Kate Strohm from Netgalley. This has no impact on my thoughts. My thoughts are my own. Love la Mode was a three star rating for me. I liked the cooking school plot very much and the friendships, though I wasn't a fan of the instant romance...

    OH MY GOSH YOU PRECIOUS, ADORABLE, CUTE LITTLE BOOK. I love you. I love food. I like cute romance. I like amazing friendship groups. I love baking. I love this book. And now I want to watch cooking and baking shows all day. Well done, cute book, well done. ...

    Love the thrill of Chopped Teen? Kids Baking Championship? Throw those together with some of the cutest elements of romance tropes and you've got Stephanie Kate Strohm's latest novel, LOVE A LA MODE. Embracing one of my favorite genres of television, this book was fun to read, fro...

    This was absolutely ADORABLE! I will post my review as part of the blog tour. --------- Full review can be found here: https://agingerlyreview.wordpress.com... This book was far more adorable than I could have possibly imagine it would be. It was a super quick read but super l...

    Fluffy, light YA romances have been a kind of guilty pleasure for me for quite a while. They tend to be safer and slightly more fun. "Love a la Mode" did not disappoint in this regard either. Rosie and Henry were sweet characters and their differing passions for food (one for cooki...

    A sweet culinary romance, Love a la Mode follows two American teens on their way to a year studying at an elite culinary school in Paris. There is a meet cute on a plane, miscommunication, a hint of a love triangle, and lots of delicious sounding food! Rosie wants to be a pastry chef a...

    *** 3.5-4 Stars*** This book is the cuteeesssttttt. How could you not love a story that is set in Paris and involves a love story and food!? Rose and Henry meet on a plane and instantly have a weird, young adult awkward crush/connection. Turns out they both were accepted to Ecole, a...

    3.5, rounded up to 4 stars, because Strohm's style is always worth it. Rosie and Henry share a passion for cooking, although the two come from very different backgrounds. Together with kids from all over the world, they have enrolled into a famous cooking school in Paris for a whole...

    Ive read " love a la mode " ,, the romance was bad but the story was okay ,, i gave it 2.5 out of 5 ...

  • Mary H
    Aug 27, 2018

    "...part of the magic of food. It didn't last. It couldn't. Each bite was only a moment transformed into a memory." FOODIES REJOICE!!! This book stole my heart right out of the gate. A departure gate at Chicago O'Hare International Airport to be specific. We meet our main c...

    SO FREAKING CUTE OMFGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGG *salty about the cover change but the book is amazing so its fine* ...

    4.5 stars I totally did not realize just how much I needed an adorable romance until I picked this up! But yes. I did need this book. And you probably do too. Because not only was it absolutely adorable and swoon-worthy and filled with delicious baked goods + foods I couldn?t g...

    This book is so adorable! It's not very similar to Anna and the French Kiss at all other than Paris boarding school & a great friend group, but those Paris vibes took me back! I think the characters were all very realistically and authentically written, as teens and their individua...

  • Jen (The Starry-Eyed Revue)
    Jul 02, 2018

    "...part of the magic of food. It didn't last. It couldn't. Each bite was only a moment transformed into a memory." FOODIES REJOICE!!! This book stole my heart right out of the gate. A departure gate at Chicago O'Hare International Airport to be specific. We meet our main c...

    SO FREAKING CUTE OMFGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGG *salty about the cover change but the book is amazing so its fine* ...

    4.5 stars I totally did not realize just how much I needed an adorable romance until I picked this up! But yes. I did need this book. And you probably do too. Because not only was it absolutely adorable and swoon-worthy and filled with delicious baked goods + foods I couldn?t g...

    This book is so adorable! It's not very similar to Anna and the French Kiss at all other than Paris boarding school & a great friend group, but those Paris vibes took me back! I think the characters were all very realistically and authentically written, as teens and their individua...

    This review originally appeared on Novel Ink. I received this book for free in exchange for an honest review. This does not affect my opinion of the book or the content of my review. As soon as I saw Love a la Mode, I was here for it. Two teens falling in love at cooking school i...

    As a fan of any book with cooking, boarding schools, and Paris, Love la Mode by Stephanie Kate Strohm seemed like the perfect book for me. The story is about a French cooking school and contains characters from all over the world. I especially enjoyed the descriptions of food. Fans ...

    *I received an e-ARC of this book from the publisher for an honest review - thank you so much, but it didn't affect my review at all. My love of Stephanie Kate Strohm books probably did, though.* This book is everything that is amazing about contemporary: fluffy, fun, funnies, and c...

    Rating: 4.5 Stars Paris is a city associated with lights, love, and culinary delights. Henry and Rosie were both making their way there to join an elite high school culinary program, which was an important stepping stone for them both. For Rosie, it was a way for her to discover the...

    Super cute - if you're a foodie and/or a fan of Food Network shows and/or a fan of Anna and the French Kiss, this one is for you. Review to come. Read more of my reviews on JenRyland.com! Check out my Bookstagram! Or check out my Jen In Ten reviews on Youtube - get the lowdown on...

    I just love books set in Paris. With food. And an adorable romance to boot. So it will come as no shock that I found this book completely adorkable. Kids who love cooking getting a chance to learn from a master chef in Paris? C'mon! That's too cute to pass up. The characters were so re...

  • Juliana
    Aug 22, 2018

    "...part of the magic of food. It didn't last. It couldn't. Each bite was only a moment transformed into a memory." FOODIES REJOICE!!! This book stole my heart right out of the gate. A departure gate at Chicago O'Hare International Airport to be specific. We meet our main c...

    SO FREAKING CUTE OMFGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGG *salty about the cover change but the book is amazing so its fine* ...

    4.5 stars I totally did not realize just how much I needed an adorable romance until I picked this up! But yes. I did need this book. And you probably do too. Because not only was it absolutely adorable and swoon-worthy and filled with delicious baked goods + foods I couldn?t g...

    This book is so adorable! It's not very similar to Anna and the French Kiss at all other than Paris boarding school & a great friend group, but those Paris vibes took me back! I think the characters were all very realistically and authentically written, as teens and their individua...

    This review originally appeared on Novel Ink. I received this book for free in exchange for an honest review. This does not affect my opinion of the book or the content of my review. As soon as I saw Love a la Mode, I was here for it. Two teens falling in love at cooking school i...

    As a fan of any book with cooking, boarding schools, and Paris, Love la Mode by Stephanie Kate Strohm seemed like the perfect book for me. The story is about a French cooking school and contains characters from all over the world. I especially enjoyed the descriptions of food. Fans ...

    *I received an e-ARC of this book from the publisher for an honest review - thank you so much, but it didn't affect my review at all. My love of Stephanie Kate Strohm books probably did, though.* This book is everything that is amazing about contemporary: fluffy, fun, funnies, and c...

    Rating: 4.5 Stars Paris is a city associated with lights, love, and culinary delights. Henry and Rosie were both making their way there to join an elite high school culinary program, which was an important stepping stone for them both. For Rosie, it was a way for her to discover the...

    Super cute - if you're a foodie and/or a fan of Food Network shows and/or a fan of Anna and the French Kiss, this one is for you. Review to come. Read more of my reviews on JenRyland.com! Check out my Bookstagram! Or check out my Jen In Ten reviews on Youtube - get the lowdown on...

    I just love books set in Paris. With food. And an adorable romance to boot. So it will come as no shock that I found this book completely adorkable. Kids who love cooking getting a chance to learn from a master chef in Paris? C'mon! That's too cute to pass up. The characters were so re...

    I received a copy from the publisher in exchange for an honest review. My thoughts and opinions are my own. Love la Mode was a lovely book that I enjoyed from start to finish! It was a book I thought about even when I wasn't reading it, and one I looked forward to sitting down wi...

    First and most important: If you plan on reading this cute and fun contemporary novel based at a school for chefs in Paris, be prepared to be hungry. For anything from mashed potatoes, to bread to decadent desserts. Love la Mode was a fun and cute read. I am no chef, in fact I'm ...

    2.75 stars. I received a digital ARC from Netgalley in exchange for an honest review. This was a cute book about two aspiring teen cooks who make it into an exclusive cooking school. Henry is a fantastic cook while Rosie struggles with the basics but excels at baking. It is her everyt...

  • Jen Ryland
    Nov 24, 2018

    "...part of the magic of food. It didn't last. It couldn't. Each bite was only a moment transformed into a memory." FOODIES REJOICE!!! This book stole my heart right out of the gate. A departure gate at Chicago O'Hare International Airport to be specific. We meet our main c...

    SO FREAKING CUTE OMFGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGG *salty about the cover change but the book is amazing so its fine* ...

    4.5 stars I totally did not realize just how much I needed an adorable romance until I picked this up! But yes. I did need this book. And you probably do too. Because not only was it absolutely adorable and swoon-worthy and filled with delicious baked goods + foods I couldn?t g...

    This book is so adorable! It's not very similar to Anna and the French Kiss at all other than Paris boarding school & a great friend group, but those Paris vibes took me back! I think the characters were all very realistically and authentically written, as teens and their individua...

    This review originally appeared on Novel Ink. I received this book for free in exchange for an honest review. This does not affect my opinion of the book or the content of my review. As soon as I saw Love a la Mode, I was here for it. Two teens falling in love at cooking school i...

    As a fan of any book with cooking, boarding schools, and Paris, Love la Mode by Stephanie Kate Strohm seemed like the perfect book for me. The story is about a French cooking school and contains characters from all over the world. I especially enjoyed the descriptions of food. Fans ...

    *I received an e-ARC of this book from the publisher for an honest review - thank you so much, but it didn't affect my review at all. My love of Stephanie Kate Strohm books probably did, though.* This book is everything that is amazing about contemporary: fluffy, fun, funnies, and c...

    Rating: 4.5 Stars Paris is a city associated with lights, love, and culinary delights. Henry and Rosie were both making their way there to join an elite high school culinary program, which was an important stepping stone for them both. For Rosie, it was a way for her to discover the...

    Super cute - if you're a foodie and/or a fan of Food Network shows and/or a fan of Anna and the French Kiss, this one is for you. Review to come. Read more of my reviews on JenRyland.com! Check out my Bookstagram! Or check out my Jen In Ten reviews on Youtube - get the lowdown on...

  • Sara (A Gingerly Review)
    Nov 28, 2018

    "...part of the magic of food. It didn't last. It couldn't. Each bite was only a moment transformed into a memory." FOODIES REJOICE!!! This book stole my heart right out of the gate. A departure gate at Chicago O'Hare International Airport to be specific. We meet our main c...

    SO FREAKING CUTE OMFGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGG *salty about the cover change but the book is amazing so its fine* ...

    4.5 stars I totally did not realize just how much I needed an adorable romance until I picked this up! But yes. I did need this book. And you probably do too. Because not only was it absolutely adorable and swoon-worthy and filled with delicious baked goods + foods I couldn?t g...

    This book is so adorable! It's not very similar to Anna and the French Kiss at all other than Paris boarding school & a great friend group, but those Paris vibes took me back! I think the characters were all very realistically and authentically written, as teens and their individua...

    This review originally appeared on Novel Ink. I received this book for free in exchange for an honest review. This does not affect my opinion of the book or the content of my review. As soon as I saw Love a la Mode, I was here for it. Two teens falling in love at cooking school i...

    As a fan of any book with cooking, boarding schools, and Paris, Love la Mode by Stephanie Kate Strohm seemed like the perfect book for me. The story is about a French cooking school and contains characters from all over the world. I especially enjoyed the descriptions of food. Fans ...

    *I received an e-ARC of this book from the publisher for an honest review - thank you so much, but it didn't affect my review at all. My love of Stephanie Kate Strohm books probably did, though.* This book is everything that is amazing about contemporary: fluffy, fun, funnies, and c...

    Rating: 4.5 Stars Paris is a city associated with lights, love, and culinary delights. Henry and Rosie were both making their way there to join an elite high school culinary program, which was an important stepping stone for them both. For Rosie, it was a way for her to discover the...

    Super cute - if you're a foodie and/or a fan of Food Network shows and/or a fan of Anna and the French Kiss, this one is for you. Review to come. Read more of my reviews on JenRyland.com! Check out my Bookstagram! Or check out my Jen In Ten reviews on Youtube - get the lowdown on...

    I just love books set in Paris. With food. And an adorable romance to boot. So it will come as no shock that I found this book completely adorkable. Kids who love cooking getting a chance to learn from a master chef in Paris? C'mon! That's too cute to pass up. The characters were so re...

    I received a copy from the publisher in exchange for an honest review. My thoughts and opinions are my own. Love la Mode was a lovely book that I enjoyed from start to finish! It was a book I thought about even when I wasn't reading it, and one I looked forward to sitting down wi...

    First and most important: If you plan on reading this cute and fun contemporary novel based at a school for chefs in Paris, be prepared to be hungry. For anything from mashed potatoes, to bread to decadent desserts. Love la Mode was a fun and cute read. I am no chef, in fact I'm ...

    2.75 stars. I received a digital ARC from Netgalley in exchange for an honest review. This was a cute book about two aspiring teen cooks who make it into an exclusive cooking school. Henry is a fantastic cook while Rosie struggles with the basics but excels at baking. It is her everyt...

    I received Love la Mode by Stephanie Kate Strohm from Netgalley. This has no impact on my thoughts. My thoughts are my own. Love la Mode was a three star rating for me. I liked the cooking school plot very much and the friendships, though I wasn't a fan of the instant romance...

    OH MY GOSH YOU PRECIOUS, ADORABLE, CUTE LITTLE BOOK. I love you. I love food. I like cute romance. I like amazing friendship groups. I love baking. I love this book. And now I want to watch cooking and baking shows all day. Well done, cute book, well done. ...

    Love the thrill of Chopped Teen? Kids Baking Championship? Throw those together with some of the cutest elements of romance tropes and you've got Stephanie Kate Strohm's latest novel, LOVE A LA MODE. Embracing one of my favorite genres of television, this book was fun to read, fro...

    This was absolutely ADORABLE! I will post my review as part of the blog tour. --------- Full review can be found here: https://agingerlyreview.wordpress.com... This book was far more adorable than I could have possibly imagine it would be. It was a super quick read but super l...

  • Harker
    Dec 05, 2018

    "...part of the magic of food. It didn't last. It couldn't. Each bite was only a moment transformed into a memory." FOODIES REJOICE!!! This book stole my heart right out of the gate. A departure gate at Chicago O'Hare International Airport to be specific. We meet our main c...

    SO FREAKING CUTE OMFGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGG *salty about the cover change but the book is amazing so its fine* ...

    4.5 stars I totally did not realize just how much I needed an adorable romance until I picked this up! But yes. I did need this book. And you probably do too. Because not only was it absolutely adorable and swoon-worthy and filled with delicious baked goods + foods I couldn?t g...

    This book is so adorable! It's not very similar to Anna and the French Kiss at all other than Paris boarding school & a great friend group, but those Paris vibes took me back! I think the characters were all very realistically and authentically written, as teens and their individua...

    This review originally appeared on Novel Ink. I received this book for free in exchange for an honest review. This does not affect my opinion of the book or the content of my review. As soon as I saw Love a la Mode, I was here for it. Two teens falling in love at cooking school i...

    As a fan of any book with cooking, boarding schools, and Paris, Love la Mode by Stephanie Kate Strohm seemed like the perfect book for me. The story is about a French cooking school and contains characters from all over the world. I especially enjoyed the descriptions of food. Fans ...

    *I received an e-ARC of this book from the publisher for an honest review - thank you so much, but it didn't affect my review at all. My love of Stephanie Kate Strohm books probably did, though.* This book is everything that is amazing about contemporary: fluffy, fun, funnies, and c...

    Rating: 4.5 Stars Paris is a city associated with lights, love, and culinary delights. Henry and Rosie were both making their way there to join an elite high school culinary program, which was an important stepping stone for them both. For Rosie, it was a way for her to discover the...

    Super cute - if you're a foodie and/or a fan of Food Network shows and/or a fan of Anna and the French Kiss, this one is for you. Review to come. Read more of my reviews on JenRyland.com! Check out my Bookstagram! Or check out my Jen In Ten reviews on Youtube - get the lowdown on...

    I just love books set in Paris. With food. And an adorable romance to boot. So it will come as no shock that I found this book completely adorkable. Kids who love cooking getting a chance to learn from a master chef in Paris? C'mon! That's too cute to pass up. The characters were so re...

    I received a copy from the publisher in exchange for an honest review. My thoughts and opinions are my own. Love la Mode was a lovely book that I enjoyed from start to finish! It was a book I thought about even when I wasn't reading it, and one I looked forward to sitting down wi...

    First and most important: If you plan on reading this cute and fun contemporary novel based at a school for chefs in Paris, be prepared to be hungry. For anything from mashed potatoes, to bread to decadent desserts. Love la Mode was a fun and cute read. I am no chef, in fact I'm ...

    2.75 stars. I received a digital ARC from Netgalley in exchange for an honest review. This was a cute book about two aspiring teen cooks who make it into an exclusive cooking school. Henry is a fantastic cook while Rosie struggles with the basics but excels at baking. It is her everyt...

    I received Love la Mode by Stephanie Kate Strohm from Netgalley. This has no impact on my thoughts. My thoughts are my own. Love la Mode was a three star rating for me. I liked the cooking school plot very much and the friendships, though I wasn't a fan of the instant romance...

    OH MY GOSH YOU PRECIOUS, ADORABLE, CUTE LITTLE BOOK. I love you. I love food. I like cute romance. I like amazing friendship groups. I love baking. I love this book. And now I want to watch cooking and baking shows all day. Well done, cute book, well done. ...

    Love the thrill of Chopped Teen? Kids Baking Championship? Throw those together with some of the cutest elements of romance tropes and you've got Stephanie Kate Strohm's latest novel, LOVE A LA MODE. Embracing one of my favorite genres of television, this book was fun to read, fro...

  • Colleen's Conclusions
    Aug 09, 2018

    "...part of the magic of food. It didn't last. It couldn't. Each bite was only a moment transformed into a memory." FOODIES REJOICE!!! This book stole my heart right out of the gate. A departure gate at Chicago O'Hare International Airport to be specific. We meet our main c...

    SO FREAKING CUTE OMFGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGG *salty about the cover change but the book is amazing so its fine* ...

    4.5 stars I totally did not realize just how much I needed an adorable romance until I picked this up! But yes. I did need this book. And you probably do too. Because not only was it absolutely adorable and swoon-worthy and filled with delicious baked goods + foods I couldn?t g...

    This book is so adorable! It's not very similar to Anna and the French Kiss at all other than Paris boarding school & a great friend group, but those Paris vibes took me back! I think the characters were all very realistically and authentically written, as teens and their individua...

    This review originally appeared on Novel Ink. I received this book for free in exchange for an honest review. This does not affect my opinion of the book or the content of my review. As soon as I saw Love a la Mode, I was here for it. Two teens falling in love at cooking school i...

    As a fan of any book with cooking, boarding schools, and Paris, Love la Mode by Stephanie Kate Strohm seemed like the perfect book for me. The story is about a French cooking school and contains characters from all over the world. I especially enjoyed the descriptions of food. Fans ...

    *I received an e-ARC of this book from the publisher for an honest review - thank you so much, but it didn't affect my review at all. My love of Stephanie Kate Strohm books probably did, though.* This book is everything that is amazing about contemporary: fluffy, fun, funnies, and c...

    Rating: 4.5 Stars Paris is a city associated with lights, love, and culinary delights. Henry and Rosie were both making their way there to join an elite high school culinary program, which was an important stepping stone for them both. For Rosie, it was a way for her to discover the...

    Super cute - if you're a foodie and/or a fan of Food Network shows and/or a fan of Anna and the French Kiss, this one is for you. Review to come. Read more of my reviews on JenRyland.com! Check out my Bookstagram! Or check out my Jen In Ten reviews on Youtube - get the lowdown on...

    I just love books set in Paris. With food. And an adorable romance to boot. So it will come as no shock that I found this book completely adorkable. Kids who love cooking getting a chance to learn from a master chef in Paris? C'mon! That's too cute to pass up. The characters were so re...

    I received a copy from the publisher in exchange for an honest review. My thoughts and opinions are my own. Love la Mode was a lovely book that I enjoyed from start to finish! It was a book I thought about even when I wasn't reading it, and one I looked forward to sitting down wi...

    First and most important: If you plan on reading this cute and fun contemporary novel based at a school for chefs in Paris, be prepared to be hungry. For anything from mashed potatoes, to bread to decadent desserts. Love la Mode was a fun and cute read. I am no chef, in fact I'm ...

    2.75 stars. I received a digital ARC from Netgalley in exchange for an honest review. This was a cute book about two aspiring teen cooks who make it into an exclusive cooking school. Henry is a fantastic cook while Rosie struggles with the basics but excels at baking. It is her everyt...

    I received Love la Mode by Stephanie Kate Strohm from Netgalley. This has no impact on my thoughts. My thoughts are my own. Love la Mode was a three star rating for me. I liked the cooking school plot very much and the friendships, though I wasn't a fan of the instant romance...

  • USOM
    Nov 08, 2018

    "...part of the magic of food. It didn't last. It couldn't. Each bite was only a moment transformed into a memory." FOODIES REJOICE!!! This book stole my heart right out of the gate. A departure gate at Chicago O'Hare International Airport to be specific. We meet our main c...

    SO FREAKING CUTE OMFGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGG *salty about the cover change but the book is amazing so its fine* ...

    4.5 stars I totally did not realize just how much I needed an adorable romance until I picked this up! But yes. I did need this book. And you probably do too. Because not only was it absolutely adorable and swoon-worthy and filled with delicious baked goods + foods I couldn?t g...

    This book is so adorable! It's not very similar to Anna and the French Kiss at all other than Paris boarding school & a great friend group, but those Paris vibes took me back! I think the characters were all very realistically and authentically written, as teens and their individua...

    This review originally appeared on Novel Ink. I received this book for free in exchange for an honest review. This does not affect my opinion of the book or the content of my review. As soon as I saw Love a la Mode, I was here for it. Two teens falling in love at cooking school i...

    As a fan of any book with cooking, boarding schools, and Paris, Love la Mode by Stephanie Kate Strohm seemed like the perfect book for me. The story is about a French cooking school and contains characters from all over the world. I especially enjoyed the descriptions of food. Fans ...

    *I received an e-ARC of this book from the publisher for an honest review - thank you so much, but it didn't affect my review at all. My love of Stephanie Kate Strohm books probably did, though.* This book is everything that is amazing about contemporary: fluffy, fun, funnies, and c...

    Rating: 4.5 Stars Paris is a city associated with lights, love, and culinary delights. Henry and Rosie were both making their way there to join an elite high school culinary program, which was an important stepping stone for them both. For Rosie, it was a way for her to discover the...

    Super cute - if you're a foodie and/or a fan of Food Network shows and/or a fan of Anna and the French Kiss, this one is for you. Review to come. Read more of my reviews on JenRyland.com! Check out my Bookstagram! Or check out my Jen In Ten reviews on Youtube - get the lowdown on...

    I just love books set in Paris. With food. And an adorable romance to boot. So it will come as no shock that I found this book completely adorkable. Kids who love cooking getting a chance to learn from a master chef in Paris? C'mon! That's too cute to pass up. The characters were so re...

    I received a copy from the publisher in exchange for an honest review. My thoughts and opinions are my own. Love la Mode was a lovely book that I enjoyed from start to finish! It was a book I thought about even when I wasn't reading it, and one I looked forward to sitting down wi...

    First and most important: If you plan on reading this cute and fun contemporary novel based at a school for chefs in Paris, be prepared to be hungry. For anything from mashed potatoes, to bread to decadent desserts. Love la Mode was a fun and cute read. I am no chef, in fact I'm ...

    2.75 stars. I received a digital ARC from Netgalley in exchange for an honest review. This was a cute book about two aspiring teen cooks who make it into an exclusive cooking school. Henry is a fantastic cook while Rosie struggles with the basics but excels at baking. It is her everyt...

    I received Love la Mode by Stephanie Kate Strohm from Netgalley. This has no impact on my thoughts. My thoughts are my own. Love la Mode was a three star rating for me. I liked the cooking school plot very much and the friendships, though I wasn't a fan of the instant romance...

    OH MY GOSH YOU PRECIOUS, ADORABLE, CUTE LITTLE BOOK. I love you. I love food. I like cute romance. I like amazing friendship groups. I love baking. I love this book. And now I want to watch cooking and baking shows all day. Well done, cute book, well done. ...

    Love the thrill of Chopped Teen? Kids Baking Championship? Throw those together with some of the cutest elements of romance tropes and you've got Stephanie Kate Strohm's latest novel, LOVE A LA MODE. Embracing one of my favorite genres of television, this book was fun to read, fro...

    This was absolutely ADORABLE! I will post my review as part of the blog tour. --------- Full review can be found here: https://agingerlyreview.wordpress.com... This book was far more adorable than I could have possibly imagine it would be. It was a super quick read but super l...

    Fluffy, light YA romances have been a kind of guilty pleasure for me for quite a while. They tend to be safer and slightly more fun. "Love a la Mode" did not disappoint in this regard either. Rosie and Henry were sweet characters and their differing passions for food (one for cooki...

    A sweet culinary romance, Love a la Mode follows two American teens on their way to a year studying at an elite culinary school in Paris. There is a meet cute on a plane, miscommunication, a hint of a love triangle, and lots of delicious sounding food! Rosie wants to be a pastry chef a...

    *** 3.5-4 Stars*** This book is the cuteeesssttttt. How could you not love a story that is set in Paris and involves a love story and food!? Rose and Henry meet on a plane and instantly have a weird, young adult awkward crush/connection. Turns out they both were accepted to Ecole, a...

    3.5, rounded up to 4 stars, because Strohm's style is always worth it. Rosie and Henry share a passion for cooking, although the two come from very different backgrounds. Together with kids from all over the world, they have enrolled into a famous cooking school in Paris for a whole...

    Ive read " love a la mode " ,, the romance was bad but the story was okay ,, i gave it 2.5 out of 5 ...

    Rose and Henry have connected quickly since their first meeting, finding that they are in the same teen cooking school, the connection only increases. Amidst challenges, new friendships and great rivalries, this couple will see their friendship tested. I liked the way the writer built...

    Love la Mode is just so darn stinking cute. It is one of those books that constantly hits you with moments that will make your heart melt like the ice cream on the front cover. There's just enough angst and drama, to make the whole thing sweeter. full review: https://utopia-state...

  • Madalyn (Novel Ink)
    Sep 03, 2018

    "...part of the magic of food. It didn't last. It couldn't. Each bite was only a moment transformed into a memory." FOODIES REJOICE!!! This book stole my heart right out of the gate. A departure gate at Chicago O'Hare International Airport to be specific. We meet our main c...

    SO FREAKING CUTE OMFGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGG *salty about the cover change but the book is amazing so its fine* ...

    4.5 stars I totally did not realize just how much I needed an adorable romance until I picked this up! But yes. I did need this book. And you probably do too. Because not only was it absolutely adorable and swoon-worthy and filled with delicious baked goods + foods I couldn?t g...

    This book is so adorable! It's not very similar to Anna and the French Kiss at all other than Paris boarding school & a great friend group, but those Paris vibes took me back! I think the characters were all very realistically and authentically written, as teens and their individua...

    This review originally appeared on Novel Ink. I received this book for free in exchange for an honest review. This does not affect my opinion of the book or the content of my review. As soon as I saw Love a la Mode, I was here for it. Two teens falling in love at cooking school i...

  • Olivia (The Candid Cover)
    May 24, 2018

    "...part of the magic of food. It didn't last. It couldn't. Each bite was only a moment transformed into a memory." FOODIES REJOICE!!! This book stole my heart right out of the gate. A departure gate at Chicago O'Hare International Airport to be specific. We meet our main c...

    SO FREAKING CUTE OMFGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGG *salty about the cover change but the book is amazing so its fine* ...

    4.5 stars I totally did not realize just how much I needed an adorable romance until I picked this up! But yes. I did need this book. And you probably do too. Because not only was it absolutely adorable and swoon-worthy and filled with delicious baked goods + foods I couldn?t g...

    This book is so adorable! It's not very similar to Anna and the French Kiss at all other than Paris boarding school & a great friend group, but those Paris vibes took me back! I think the characters were all very realistically and authentically written, as teens and their individua...

    This review originally appeared on Novel Ink. I received this book for free in exchange for an honest review. This does not affect my opinion of the book or the content of my review. As soon as I saw Love a la Mode, I was here for it. Two teens falling in love at cooking school i...

    As a fan of any book with cooking, boarding schools, and Paris, Love la Mode by Stephanie Kate Strohm seemed like the perfect book for me. The story is about a French cooking school and contains characters from all over the world. I especially enjoyed the descriptions of food. Fans ...

  • Linsy
    Apr 23, 2018

    "...part of the magic of food. It didn't last. It couldn't. Each bite was only a moment transformed into a memory." FOODIES REJOICE!!! This book stole my heart right out of the gate. A departure gate at Chicago O'Hare International Airport to be specific. We meet our main c...

    SO FREAKING CUTE OMFGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGG *salty about the cover change but the book is amazing so its fine* ...

    4.5 stars I totally did not realize just how much I needed an adorable romance until I picked this up! But yes. I did need this book. And you probably do too. Because not only was it absolutely adorable and swoon-worthy and filled with delicious baked goods + foods I couldn?t g...

    This book is so adorable! It's not very similar to Anna and the French Kiss at all other than Paris boarding school & a great friend group, but those Paris vibes took me back! I think the characters were all very realistically and authentically written, as teens and their individua...

    This review originally appeared on Novel Ink. I received this book for free in exchange for an honest review. This does not affect my opinion of the book or the content of my review. As soon as I saw Love a la Mode, I was here for it. Two teens falling in love at cooking school i...

    As a fan of any book with cooking, boarding schools, and Paris, Love la Mode by Stephanie Kate Strohm seemed like the perfect book for me. The story is about a French cooking school and contains characters from all over the world. I especially enjoyed the descriptions of food. Fans ...

    *I received an e-ARC of this book from the publisher for an honest review - thank you so much, but it didn't affect my review at all. My love of Stephanie Kate Strohm books probably did, though.* This book is everything that is amazing about contemporary: fluffy, fun, funnies, and c...

    Rating: 4.5 Stars Paris is a city associated with lights, love, and culinary delights. Henry and Rosie were both making their way there to join an elite high school culinary program, which was an important stepping stone for them both. For Rosie, it was a way for her to discover the...

    Super cute - if you're a foodie and/or a fan of Food Network shows and/or a fan of Anna and the French Kiss, this one is for you. Review to come. Read more of my reviews on JenRyland.com! Check out my Bookstagram! Or check out my Jen In Ten reviews on Youtube - get the lowdown on...

    I just love books set in Paris. With food. And an adorable romance to boot. So it will come as no shock that I found this book completely adorkable. Kids who love cooking getting a chance to learn from a master chef in Paris? C'mon! That's too cute to pass up. The characters were so re...

    I received a copy from the publisher in exchange for an honest review. My thoughts and opinions are my own. Love la Mode was a lovely book that I enjoyed from start to finish! It was a book I thought about even when I wasn't reading it, and one I looked forward to sitting down wi...

    First and most important: If you plan on reading this cute and fun contemporary novel based at a school for chefs in Paris, be prepared to be hungry. For anything from mashed potatoes, to bread to decadent desserts. Love la Mode was a fun and cute read. I am no chef, in fact I'm ...

    2.75 stars. I received a digital ARC from Netgalley in exchange for an honest review. This was a cute book about two aspiring teen cooks who make it into an exclusive cooking school. Henry is a fantastic cook while Rosie struggles with the basics but excels at baking. It is her everyt...

    I received Love la Mode by Stephanie Kate Strohm from Netgalley. This has no impact on my thoughts. My thoughts are my own. Love la Mode was a three star rating for me. I liked the cooking school plot very much and the friendships, though I wasn't a fan of the instant romance...

    OH MY GOSH YOU PRECIOUS, ADORABLE, CUTE LITTLE BOOK. I love you. I love food. I like cute romance. I like amazing friendship groups. I love baking. I love this book. And now I want to watch cooking and baking shows all day. Well done, cute book, well done. ...

    Love the thrill of Chopped Teen? Kids Baking Championship? Throw those together with some of the cutest elements of romance tropes and you've got Stephanie Kate Strohm's latest novel, LOVE A LA MODE. Embracing one of my favorite genres of television, this book was fun to read, fro...

    This was absolutely ADORABLE! I will post my review as part of the blog tour. --------- Full review can be found here: https://agingerlyreview.wordpress.com... This book was far more adorable than I could have possibly imagine it would be. It was a super quick read but super l...

    Fluffy, light YA romances have been a kind of guilty pleasure for me for quite a while. They tend to be safer and slightly more fun. "Love a la Mode" did not disappoint in this regard either. Rosie and Henry were sweet characters and their differing passions for food (one for cooki...

    A sweet culinary romance, Love a la Mode follows two American teens on their way to a year studying at an elite culinary school in Paris. There is a meet cute on a plane, miscommunication, a hint of a love triangle, and lots of delicious sounding food! Rosie wants to be a pastry chef a...

    *** 3.5-4 Stars*** This book is the cuteeesssttttt. How could you not love a story that is set in Paris and involves a love story and food!? Rose and Henry meet on a plane and instantly have a weird, young adult awkward crush/connection. Turns out they both were accepted to Ecole, a...

    3.5, rounded up to 4 stars, because Strohm's style is always worth it. Rosie and Henry share a passion for cooking, although the two come from very different backgrounds. Together with kids from all over the world, they have enrolled into a famous cooking school in Paris for a whole...

    Ive read " love a la mode " ,, the romance was bad but the story was okay ,, i gave it 2.5 out of 5 ...

    Rose and Henry have connected quickly since their first meeting, finding that they are in the same teen cooking school, the connection only increases. Amidst challenges, new friendships and great rivalries, this couple will see their friendship tested. I liked the way the writer built...

    Love la Mode is just so darn stinking cute. It is one of those books that constantly hits you with moments that will make your heart melt like the ice cream on the front cover. There's just enough angst and drama, to make the whole thing sweeter. full review: https://utopia-state...

    I received an ARC of this book during the Texas Library Association Annual Conference. I really enjoyed this book, the premise is cute and the drama isn't so much that it overwhelms the other parts of the book. I was pleasantly surprised to find that neither Rosie nor Henry were relega...

  • Christina
    Oct 18, 2018

    "...part of the magic of food. It didn't last. It couldn't. Each bite was only a moment transformed into a memory." FOODIES REJOICE!!! This book stole my heart right out of the gate. A departure gate at Chicago O'Hare International Airport to be specific. We meet our main c...

    SO FREAKING CUTE OMFGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGG *salty about the cover change but the book is amazing so its fine* ...

    4.5 stars I totally did not realize just how much I needed an adorable romance until I picked this up! But yes. I did need this book. And you probably do too. Because not only was it absolutely adorable and swoon-worthy and filled with delicious baked goods + foods I couldn?t g...

    This book is so adorable! It's not very similar to Anna and the French Kiss at all other than Paris boarding school & a great friend group, but those Paris vibes took me back! I think the characters were all very realistically and authentically written, as teens and their individua...

    This review originally appeared on Novel Ink. I received this book for free in exchange for an honest review. This does not affect my opinion of the book or the content of my review. As soon as I saw Love a la Mode, I was here for it. Two teens falling in love at cooking school i...

    As a fan of any book with cooking, boarding schools, and Paris, Love la Mode by Stephanie Kate Strohm seemed like the perfect book for me. The story is about a French cooking school and contains characters from all over the world. I especially enjoyed the descriptions of food. Fans ...

    *I received an e-ARC of this book from the publisher for an honest review - thank you so much, but it didn't affect my review at all. My love of Stephanie Kate Strohm books probably did, though.* This book is everything that is amazing about contemporary: fluffy, fun, funnies, and c...

    Rating: 4.5 Stars Paris is a city associated with lights, love, and culinary delights. Henry and Rosie were both making their way there to join an elite high school culinary program, which was an important stepping stone for them both. For Rosie, it was a way for her to discover the...

    Super cute - if you're a foodie and/or a fan of Food Network shows and/or a fan of Anna and the French Kiss, this one is for you. Review to come. Read more of my reviews on JenRyland.com! Check out my Bookstagram! Or check out my Jen In Ten reviews on Youtube - get the lowdown on...

    I just love books set in Paris. With food. And an adorable romance to boot. So it will come as no shock that I found this book completely adorkable. Kids who love cooking getting a chance to learn from a master chef in Paris? C'mon! That's too cute to pass up. The characters were so re...

    I received a copy from the publisher in exchange for an honest review. My thoughts and opinions are my own. Love la Mode was a lovely book that I enjoyed from start to finish! It was a book I thought about even when I wasn't reading it, and one I looked forward to sitting down wi...

    First and most important: If you plan on reading this cute and fun contemporary novel based at a school for chefs in Paris, be prepared to be hungry. For anything from mashed potatoes, to bread to decadent desserts. Love la Mode was a fun and cute read. I am no chef, in fact I'm ...

    2.75 stars. I received a digital ARC from Netgalley in exchange for an honest review. This was a cute book about two aspiring teen cooks who make it into an exclusive cooking school. Henry is a fantastic cook while Rosie struggles with the basics but excels at baking. It is her everyt...

    I received Love la Mode by Stephanie Kate Strohm from Netgalley. This has no impact on my thoughts. My thoughts are my own. Love la Mode was a three star rating for me. I liked the cooking school plot very much and the friendships, though I wasn't a fan of the instant romance...

    OH MY GOSH YOU PRECIOUS, ADORABLE, CUTE LITTLE BOOK. I love you. I love food. I like cute romance. I like amazing friendship groups. I love baking. I love this book. And now I want to watch cooking and baking shows all day. Well done, cute book, well done. ...

    Love the thrill of Chopped Teen? Kids Baking Championship? Throw those together with some of the cutest elements of romance tropes and you've got Stephanie Kate Strohm's latest novel, LOVE A LA MODE. Embracing one of my favorite genres of television, this book was fun to read, fro...

    This was absolutely ADORABLE! I will post my review as part of the blog tour. --------- Full review can be found here: https://agingerlyreview.wordpress.com... This book was far more adorable than I could have possibly imagine it would be. It was a super quick read but super l...

    Fluffy, light YA romances have been a kind of guilty pleasure for me for quite a while. They tend to be safer and slightly more fun. "Love a la Mode" did not disappoint in this regard either. Rosie and Henry were sweet characters and their differing passions for food (one for cooki...

  • Nicole (FearYourEx)
    Sep 03, 2018

    "...part of the magic of food. It didn't last. It couldn't. Each bite was only a moment transformed into a memory." FOODIES REJOICE!!! This book stole my heart right out of the gate. A departure gate at Chicago O'Hare International Airport to be specific. We meet our main c...

    SO FREAKING CUTE OMFGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGG *salty about the cover change but the book is amazing so its fine* ...

    4.5 stars I totally did not realize just how much I needed an adorable romance until I picked this up! But yes. I did need this book. And you probably do too. Because not only was it absolutely adorable and swoon-worthy and filled with delicious baked goods + foods I couldn?t g...

    This book is so adorable! It's not very similar to Anna and the French Kiss at all other than Paris boarding school & a great friend group, but those Paris vibes took me back! I think the characters were all very realistically and authentically written, as teens and their individua...

    This review originally appeared on Novel Ink. I received this book for free in exchange for an honest review. This does not affect my opinion of the book or the content of my review. As soon as I saw Love a la Mode, I was here for it. Two teens falling in love at cooking school i...

    As a fan of any book with cooking, boarding schools, and Paris, Love la Mode by Stephanie Kate Strohm seemed like the perfect book for me. The story is about a French cooking school and contains characters from all over the world. I especially enjoyed the descriptions of food. Fans ...

    *I received an e-ARC of this book from the publisher for an honest review - thank you so much, but it didn't affect my review at all. My love of Stephanie Kate Strohm books probably did, though.* This book is everything that is amazing about contemporary: fluffy, fun, funnies, and c...

    Rating: 4.5 Stars Paris is a city associated with lights, love, and culinary delights. Henry and Rosie were both making their way there to join an elite high school culinary program, which was an important stepping stone for them both. For Rosie, it was a way for her to discover the...

    Super cute - if you're a foodie and/or a fan of Food Network shows and/or a fan of Anna and the French Kiss, this one is for you. Review to come. Read more of my reviews on JenRyland.com! Check out my Bookstagram! Or check out my Jen In Ten reviews on Youtube - get the lowdown on...

    I just love books set in Paris. With food. And an adorable romance to boot. So it will come as no shock that I found this book completely adorkable. Kids who love cooking getting a chance to learn from a master chef in Paris? C'mon! That's too cute to pass up. The characters were so re...

    I received a copy from the publisher in exchange for an honest review. My thoughts and opinions are my own. Love la Mode was a lovely book that I enjoyed from start to finish! It was a book I thought about even when I wasn't reading it, and one I looked forward to sitting down wi...

    First and most important: If you plan on reading this cute and fun contemporary novel based at a school for chefs in Paris, be prepared to be hungry. For anything from mashed potatoes, to bread to decadent desserts. Love la Mode was a fun and cute read. I am no chef, in fact I'm ...

  • Mandy
    Nov 15, 2018

    "...part of the magic of food. It didn't last. It couldn't. Each bite was only a moment transformed into a memory." FOODIES REJOICE!!! This book stole my heart right out of the gate. A departure gate at Chicago O'Hare International Airport to be specific. We meet our main c...

    SO FREAKING CUTE OMFGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGG *salty about the cover change but the book is amazing so its fine* ...

    4.5 stars I totally did not realize just how much I needed an adorable romance until I picked this up! But yes. I did need this book. And you probably do too. Because not only was it absolutely adorable and swoon-worthy and filled with delicious baked goods + foods I couldn?t g...

    This book is so adorable! It's not very similar to Anna and the French Kiss at all other than Paris boarding school & a great friend group, but those Paris vibes took me back! I think the characters were all very realistically and authentically written, as teens and their individua...

    This review originally appeared on Novel Ink. I received this book for free in exchange for an honest review. This does not affect my opinion of the book or the content of my review. As soon as I saw Love a la Mode, I was here for it. Two teens falling in love at cooking school i...

    As a fan of any book with cooking, boarding schools, and Paris, Love la Mode by Stephanie Kate Strohm seemed like the perfect book for me. The story is about a French cooking school and contains characters from all over the world. I especially enjoyed the descriptions of food. Fans ...

    *I received an e-ARC of this book from the publisher for an honest review - thank you so much, but it didn't affect my review at all. My love of Stephanie Kate Strohm books probably did, though.* This book is everything that is amazing about contemporary: fluffy, fun, funnies, and c...

  • Lindsay
    Jul 10, 2018

    "...part of the magic of food. It didn't last. It couldn't. Each bite was only a moment transformed into a memory." FOODIES REJOICE!!! This book stole my heart right out of the gate. A departure gate at Chicago O'Hare International Airport to be specific. We meet our main c...

    SO FREAKING CUTE OMFGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGG *salty about the cover change but the book is amazing so its fine* ...

    4.5 stars I totally did not realize just how much I needed an adorable romance until I picked this up! But yes. I did need this book. And you probably do too. Because not only was it absolutely adorable and swoon-worthy and filled with delicious baked goods + foods I couldn?t g...

    This book is so adorable! It's not very similar to Anna and the French Kiss at all other than Paris boarding school & a great friend group, but those Paris vibes took me back! I think the characters were all very realistically and authentically written, as teens and their individua...

    This review originally appeared on Novel Ink. I received this book for free in exchange for an honest review. This does not affect my opinion of the book or the content of my review. As soon as I saw Love a la Mode, I was here for it. Two teens falling in love at cooking school i...

    As a fan of any book with cooking, boarding schools, and Paris, Love la Mode by Stephanie Kate Strohm seemed like the perfect book for me. The story is about a French cooking school and contains characters from all over the world. I especially enjoyed the descriptions of food. Fans ...

    *I received an e-ARC of this book from the publisher for an honest review - thank you so much, but it didn't affect my review at all. My love of Stephanie Kate Strohm books probably did, though.* This book is everything that is amazing about contemporary: fluffy, fun, funnies, and c...

    Rating: 4.5 Stars Paris is a city associated with lights, love, and culinary delights. Henry and Rosie were both making their way there to join an elite high school culinary program, which was an important stepping stone for them both. For Rosie, it was a way for her to discover the...

    Super cute - if you're a foodie and/or a fan of Food Network shows and/or a fan of Anna and the French Kiss, this one is for you. Review to come. Read more of my reviews on JenRyland.com! Check out my Bookstagram! Or check out my Jen In Ten reviews on Youtube - get the lowdown on...

    I just love books set in Paris. With food. And an adorable romance to boot. So it will come as no shock that I found this book completely adorkable. Kids who love cooking getting a chance to learn from a master chef in Paris? C'mon! That's too cute to pass up. The characters were so re...

    I received a copy from the publisher in exchange for an honest review. My thoughts and opinions are my own. Love la Mode was a lovely book that I enjoyed from start to finish! It was a book I thought about even when I wasn't reading it, and one I looked forward to sitting down wi...

    First and most important: If you plan on reading this cute and fun contemporary novel based at a school for chefs in Paris, be prepared to be hungry. For anything from mashed potatoes, to bread to decadent desserts. Love la Mode was a fun and cute read. I am no chef, in fact I'm ...

    2.75 stars. I received a digital ARC from Netgalley in exchange for an honest review. This was a cute book about two aspiring teen cooks who make it into an exclusive cooking school. Henry is a fantastic cook while Rosie struggles with the basics but excels at baking. It is her everyt...

    I received Love la Mode by Stephanie Kate Strohm from Netgalley. This has no impact on my thoughts. My thoughts are my own. Love la Mode was a three star rating for me. I liked the cooking school plot very much and the friendships, though I wasn't a fan of the instant romance...

    OH MY GOSH YOU PRECIOUS, ADORABLE, CUTE LITTLE BOOK. I love you. I love food. I like cute romance. I like amazing friendship groups. I love baking. I love this book. And now I want to watch cooking and baking shows all day. Well done, cute book, well done. ...

  • Samantha (WLABB)
    Nov 03, 2018

    "...part of the magic of food. It didn't last. It couldn't. Each bite was only a moment transformed into a memory." FOODIES REJOICE!!! This book stole my heart right out of the gate. A departure gate at Chicago O'Hare International Airport to be specific. We meet our main c...

    SO FREAKING CUTE OMFGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGG *salty about the cover change but the book is amazing so its fine* ...

    4.5 stars I totally did not realize just how much I needed an adorable romance until I picked this up! But yes. I did need this book. And you probably do too. Because not only was it absolutely adorable and swoon-worthy and filled with delicious baked goods + foods I couldn?t g...

    This book is so adorable! It's not very similar to Anna and the French Kiss at all other than Paris boarding school & a great friend group, but those Paris vibes took me back! I think the characters were all very realistically and authentically written, as teens and their individua...

    This review originally appeared on Novel Ink. I received this book for free in exchange for an honest review. This does not affect my opinion of the book or the content of my review. As soon as I saw Love a la Mode, I was here for it. Two teens falling in love at cooking school i...

    As a fan of any book with cooking, boarding schools, and Paris, Love la Mode by Stephanie Kate Strohm seemed like the perfect book for me. The story is about a French cooking school and contains characters from all over the world. I especially enjoyed the descriptions of food. Fans ...

    *I received an e-ARC of this book from the publisher for an honest review - thank you so much, but it didn't affect my review at all. My love of Stephanie Kate Strohm books probably did, though.* This book is everything that is amazing about contemporary: fluffy, fun, funnies, and c...

    Rating: 4.5 Stars Paris is a city associated with lights, love, and culinary delights. Henry and Rosie were both making their way there to join an elite high school culinary program, which was an important stepping stone for them both. For Rosie, it was a way for her to discover the...

  • Ana
    Jul 18, 2018

    "...part of the magic of food. It didn't last. It couldn't. Each bite was only a moment transformed into a memory." FOODIES REJOICE!!! This book stole my heart right out of the gate. A departure gate at Chicago O'Hare International Airport to be specific. We meet our main c...

    SO FREAKING CUTE OMFGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGG *salty about the cover change but the book is amazing so its fine* ...

    4.5 stars I totally did not realize just how much I needed an adorable romance until I picked this up! But yes. I did need this book. And you probably do too. Because not only was it absolutely adorable and swoon-worthy and filled with delicious baked goods + foods I couldn?t g...

    This book is so adorable! It's not very similar to Anna and the French Kiss at all other than Paris boarding school & a great friend group, but those Paris vibes took me back! I think the characters were all very realistically and authentically written, as teens and their individua...

    This review originally appeared on Novel Ink. I received this book for free in exchange for an honest review. This does not affect my opinion of the book or the content of my review. As soon as I saw Love a la Mode, I was here for it. Two teens falling in love at cooking school i...

    As a fan of any book with cooking, boarding schools, and Paris, Love la Mode by Stephanie Kate Strohm seemed like the perfect book for me. The story is about a French cooking school and contains characters from all over the world. I especially enjoyed the descriptions of food. Fans ...

    *I received an e-ARC of this book from the publisher for an honest review - thank you so much, but it didn't affect my review at all. My love of Stephanie Kate Strohm books probably did, though.* This book is everything that is amazing about contemporary: fluffy, fun, funnies, and c...

    Rating: 4.5 Stars Paris is a city associated with lights, love, and culinary delights. Henry and Rosie were both making their way there to join an elite high school culinary program, which was an important stepping stone for them both. For Rosie, it was a way for her to discover the...

    Super cute - if you're a foodie and/or a fan of Food Network shows and/or a fan of Anna and the French Kiss, this one is for you. Review to come. Read more of my reviews on JenRyland.com! Check out my Bookstagram! Or check out my Jen In Ten reviews on Youtube - get the lowdown on...

    I just love books set in Paris. With food. And an adorable romance to boot. So it will come as no shock that I found this book completely adorkable. Kids who love cooking getting a chance to learn from a master chef in Paris? C'mon! That's too cute to pass up. The characters were so re...

    I received a copy from the publisher in exchange for an honest review. My thoughts and opinions are my own. Love la Mode was a lovely book that I enjoyed from start to finish! It was a book I thought about even when I wasn't reading it, and one I looked forward to sitting down wi...

    First and most important: If you plan on reading this cute and fun contemporary novel based at a school for chefs in Paris, be prepared to be hungry. For anything from mashed potatoes, to bread to decadent desserts. Love la Mode was a fun and cute read. I am no chef, in fact I'm ...

    2.75 stars. I received a digital ARC from Netgalley in exchange for an honest review. This was a cute book about two aspiring teen cooks who make it into an exclusive cooking school. Henry is a fantastic cook while Rosie struggles with the basics but excels at baking. It is her everyt...

    I received Love la Mode by Stephanie Kate Strohm from Netgalley. This has no impact on my thoughts. My thoughts are my own. Love la Mode was a three star rating for me. I liked the cooking school plot very much and the friendships, though I wasn't a fan of the instant romance...

    OH MY GOSH YOU PRECIOUS, ADORABLE, CUTE LITTLE BOOK. I love you. I love food. I like cute romance. I like amazing friendship groups. I love baking. I love this book. And now I want to watch cooking and baking shows all day. Well done, cute book, well done. ...

    Love the thrill of Chopped Teen? Kids Baking Championship? Throw those together with some of the cutest elements of romance tropes and you've got Stephanie Kate Strohm's latest novel, LOVE A LA MODE. Embracing one of my favorite genres of television, this book was fun to read, fro...

    This was absolutely ADORABLE! I will post my review as part of the blog tour. --------- Full review can be found here: https://agingerlyreview.wordpress.com... This book was far more adorable than I could have possibly imagine it would be. It was a super quick read but super l...

    Fluffy, light YA romances have been a kind of guilty pleasure for me for quite a while. They tend to be safer and slightly more fun. "Love a la Mode" did not disappoint in this regard either. Rosie and Henry were sweet characters and their differing passions for food (one for cooki...

    A sweet culinary romance, Love a la Mode follows two American teens on their way to a year studying at an elite culinary school in Paris. There is a meet cute on a plane, miscommunication, a hint of a love triangle, and lots of delicious sounding food! Rosie wants to be a pastry chef a...

    *** 3.5-4 Stars*** This book is the cuteeesssttttt. How could you not love a story that is set in Paris and involves a love story and food!? Rose and Henry meet on a plane and instantly have a weird, young adult awkward crush/connection. Turns out they both were accepted to Ecole, a...

    3.5, rounded up to 4 stars, because Strohm's style is always worth it. Rosie and Henry share a passion for cooking, although the two come from very different backgrounds. Together with kids from all over the world, they have enrolled into a famous cooking school in Paris for a whole...

    Ive read " love a la mode " ,, the romance was bad but the story was okay ,, i gave it 2.5 out of 5 ...

    Rose and Henry have connected quickly since their first meeting, finding that they are in the same teen cooking school, the connection only increases. Amidst challenges, new friendships and great rivalries, this couple will see their friendship tested. I liked the way the writer built...

    Love la Mode is just so darn stinking cute. It is one of those books that constantly hits you with moments that will make your heart melt like the ice cream on the front cover. There's just enough angst and drama, to make the whole thing sweeter. full review: https://utopia-state...

    I received an ARC of this book during the Texas Library Association Annual Conference. I really enjoyed this book, the premise is cute and the drama isn't so much that it overwhelms the other parts of the book. I was pleasantly surprised to find that neither Rosie nor Henry were relega...

    To see review with finger carnage and fudge click here. I really didn?t care for the love interest in this rom com. That being said it?s not a bad book. It?s actually quite enjoyable. It?s warm and fluffy and reminded me of a lot like Anna and the French Kiss if it had some ...

    Review Posted on Reading Lark 11/27/18: https://readinglark.blogspot.com/2018... One of my favorite evening pastimes is to curl up with my husband and watch Food Network. Our favorites are Chopped, Cutthroat Kitchen, and the various holiday baking challenges. As someone who has read...

    It's a testament to the strength of the supporting characters here that I would follow any of them into a sequel. I might not follow Henry...but Priya or Yumi or Hampus? Yes please. This is a case where an extra bit of quirk works in the characters' favour: it falls comfortably on the ...

    I received an ARC from NetGalley in exchange for an honest review. Ms. Strohm has done it again. Her fluffy romances always grab at heartstrings, with an underlying layer of the power of friendship. This is the story of Rosie. Shy Rosie is the middle child (and only girl!) in her...

    **E-ARC provided for an honest review. So Love a la Mode follows Rosie and Henry in their journey through the first semester of a cooking program for teenagers in one of the most exciting cities in the world, Paris. They have an amazing meet cute (which I will not tell you about bec...

  • Amy
    Nov 07, 2018

    "...part of the magic of food. It didn't last. It couldn't. Each bite was only a moment transformed into a memory." FOODIES REJOICE!!! This book stole my heart right out of the gate. A departure gate at Chicago O'Hare International Airport to be specific. We meet our main c...

    SO FREAKING CUTE OMFGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGG *salty about the cover change but the book is amazing so its fine* ...

    4.5 stars I totally did not realize just how much I needed an adorable romance until I picked this up! But yes. I did need this book. And you probably do too. Because not only was it absolutely adorable and swoon-worthy and filled with delicious baked goods + foods I couldn?t g...

    This book is so adorable! It's not very similar to Anna and the French Kiss at all other than Paris boarding school & a great friend group, but those Paris vibes took me back! I think the characters were all very realistically and authentically written, as teens and their individua...

    This review originally appeared on Novel Ink. I received this book for free in exchange for an honest review. This does not affect my opinion of the book or the content of my review. As soon as I saw Love a la Mode, I was here for it. Two teens falling in love at cooking school i...

    As a fan of any book with cooking, boarding schools, and Paris, Love la Mode by Stephanie Kate Strohm seemed like the perfect book for me. The story is about a French cooking school and contains characters from all over the world. I especially enjoyed the descriptions of food. Fans ...

    *I received an e-ARC of this book from the publisher for an honest review - thank you so much, but it didn't affect my review at all. My love of Stephanie Kate Strohm books probably did, though.* This book is everything that is amazing about contemporary: fluffy, fun, funnies, and c...

    Rating: 4.5 Stars Paris is a city associated with lights, love, and culinary delights. Henry and Rosie were both making their way there to join an elite high school culinary program, which was an important stepping stone for them both. For Rosie, it was a way for her to discover the...

    Super cute - if you're a foodie and/or a fan of Food Network shows and/or a fan of Anna and the French Kiss, this one is for you. Review to come. Read more of my reviews on JenRyland.com! Check out my Bookstagram! Or check out my Jen In Ten reviews on Youtube - get the lowdown on...

    I just love books set in Paris. With food. And an adorable romance to boot. So it will come as no shock that I found this book completely adorkable. Kids who love cooking getting a chance to learn from a master chef in Paris? C'mon! That's too cute to pass up. The characters were so re...

    I received a copy from the publisher in exchange for an honest review. My thoughts and opinions are my own. Love la Mode was a lovely book that I enjoyed from start to finish! It was a book I thought about even when I wasn't reading it, and one I looked forward to sitting down wi...

    First and most important: If you plan on reading this cute and fun contemporary novel based at a school for chefs in Paris, be prepared to be hungry. For anything from mashed potatoes, to bread to decadent desserts. Love la Mode was a fun and cute read. I am no chef, in fact I'm ...

    2.75 stars. I received a digital ARC from Netgalley in exchange for an honest review. This was a cute book about two aspiring teen cooks who make it into an exclusive cooking school. Henry is a fantastic cook while Rosie struggles with the basics but excels at baking. It is her everyt...

    I received Love la Mode by Stephanie Kate Strohm from Netgalley. This has no impact on my thoughts. My thoughts are my own. Love la Mode was a three star rating for me. I liked the cooking school plot very much and the friendships, though I wasn't a fan of the instant romance...

    OH MY GOSH YOU PRECIOUS, ADORABLE, CUTE LITTLE BOOK. I love you. I love food. I like cute romance. I like amazing friendship groups. I love baking. I love this book. And now I want to watch cooking and baking shows all day. Well done, cute book, well done. ...

    Love the thrill of Chopped Teen? Kids Baking Championship? Throw those together with some of the cutest elements of romance tropes and you've got Stephanie Kate Strohm's latest novel, LOVE A LA MODE. Embracing one of my favorite genres of television, this book was fun to read, fro...

    This was absolutely ADORABLE! I will post my review as part of the blog tour. --------- Full review can be found here: https://agingerlyreview.wordpress.com... This book was far more adorable than I could have possibly imagine it would be. It was a super quick read but super l...

    Fluffy, light YA romances have been a kind of guilty pleasure for me for quite a while. They tend to be safer and slightly more fun. "Love a la Mode" did not disappoint in this regard either. Rosie and Henry were sweet characters and their differing passions for food (one for cooki...

    A sweet culinary romance, Love a la Mode follows two American teens on their way to a year studying at an elite culinary school in Paris. There is a meet cute on a plane, miscommunication, a hint of a love triangle, and lots of delicious sounding food! Rosie wants to be a pastry chef a...

    *** 3.5-4 Stars*** This book is the cuteeesssttttt. How could you not love a story that is set in Paris and involves a love story and food!? Rose and Henry meet on a plane and instantly have a weird, young adult awkward crush/connection. Turns out they both were accepted to Ecole, a...

  • Laura
    Nov 19, 2018

    "...part of the magic of food. It didn't last. It couldn't. Each bite was only a moment transformed into a memory." FOODIES REJOICE!!! This book stole my heart right out of the gate. A departure gate at Chicago O'Hare International Airport to be specific. We meet our main c...

    SO FREAKING CUTE OMFGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGG *salty about the cover change but the book is amazing so its fine* ...

    4.5 stars I totally did not realize just how much I needed an adorable romance until I picked this up! But yes. I did need this book. And you probably do too. Because not only was it absolutely adorable and swoon-worthy and filled with delicious baked goods + foods I couldn?t g...

    This book is so adorable! It's not very similar to Anna and the French Kiss at all other than Paris boarding school & a great friend group, but those Paris vibes took me back! I think the characters were all very realistically and authentically written, as teens and their individua...

    This review originally appeared on Novel Ink. I received this book for free in exchange for an honest review. This does not affect my opinion of the book or the content of my review. As soon as I saw Love a la Mode, I was here for it. Two teens falling in love at cooking school i...

    As a fan of any book with cooking, boarding schools, and Paris, Love la Mode by Stephanie Kate Strohm seemed like the perfect book for me. The story is about a French cooking school and contains characters from all over the world. I especially enjoyed the descriptions of food. Fans ...

    *I received an e-ARC of this book from the publisher for an honest review - thank you so much, but it didn't affect my review at all. My love of Stephanie Kate Strohm books probably did, though.* This book is everything that is amazing about contemporary: fluffy, fun, funnies, and c...

    Rating: 4.5 Stars Paris is a city associated with lights, love, and culinary delights. Henry and Rosie were both making their way there to join an elite high school culinary program, which was an important stepping stone for them both. For Rosie, it was a way for her to discover the...

    Super cute - if you're a foodie and/or a fan of Food Network shows and/or a fan of Anna and the French Kiss, this one is for you. Review to come. Read more of my reviews on JenRyland.com! Check out my Bookstagram! Or check out my Jen In Ten reviews on Youtube - get the lowdown on...

    I just love books set in Paris. With food. And an adorable romance to boot. So it will come as no shock that I found this book completely adorkable. Kids who love cooking getting a chance to learn from a master chef in Paris? C'mon! That's too cute to pass up. The characters were so re...

    I received a copy from the publisher in exchange for an honest review. My thoughts and opinions are my own. Love la Mode was a lovely book that I enjoyed from start to finish! It was a book I thought about even when I wasn't reading it, and one I looked forward to sitting down wi...

    First and most important: If you plan on reading this cute and fun contemporary novel based at a school for chefs in Paris, be prepared to be hungry. For anything from mashed potatoes, to bread to decadent desserts. Love la Mode was a fun and cute read. I am no chef, in fact I'm ...

    2.75 stars. I received a digital ARC from Netgalley in exchange for an honest review. This was a cute book about two aspiring teen cooks who make it into an exclusive cooking school. Henry is a fantastic cook while Rosie struggles with the basics but excels at baking. It is her everyt...

    I received Love la Mode by Stephanie Kate Strohm from Netgalley. This has no impact on my thoughts. My thoughts are my own. Love la Mode was a three star rating for me. I liked the cooking school plot very much and the friendships, though I wasn't a fan of the instant romance...

    OH MY GOSH YOU PRECIOUS, ADORABLE, CUTE LITTLE BOOK. I love you. I love food. I like cute romance. I like amazing friendship groups. I love baking. I love this book. And now I want to watch cooking and baking shows all day. Well done, cute book, well done. ...

    Love the thrill of Chopped Teen? Kids Baking Championship? Throw those together with some of the cutest elements of romance tropes and you've got Stephanie Kate Strohm's latest novel, LOVE A LA MODE. Embracing one of my favorite genres of television, this book was fun to read, fro...

    This was absolutely ADORABLE! I will post my review as part of the blog tour. --------- Full review can be found here: https://agingerlyreview.wordpress.com... This book was far more adorable than I could have possibly imagine it would be. It was a super quick read but super l...

    Fluffy, light YA romances have been a kind of guilty pleasure for me for quite a while. They tend to be safer and slightly more fun. "Love a la Mode" did not disappoint in this regard either. Rosie and Henry were sweet characters and their differing passions for food (one for cooki...

    A sweet culinary romance, Love a la Mode follows two American teens on their way to a year studying at an elite culinary school in Paris. There is a meet cute on a plane, miscommunication, a hint of a love triangle, and lots of delicious sounding food! Rosie wants to be a pastry chef a...

    *** 3.5-4 Stars*** This book is the cuteeesssttttt. How could you not love a story that is set in Paris and involves a love story and food!? Rose and Henry meet on a plane and instantly have a weird, young adult awkward crush/connection. Turns out they both were accepted to Ecole, a...

    3.5, rounded up to 4 stars, because Strohm's style is always worth it. Rosie and Henry share a passion for cooking, although the two come from very different backgrounds. Together with kids from all over the world, they have enrolled into a famous cooking school in Paris for a whole...

    Ive read " love a la mode " ,, the romance was bad but the story was okay ,, i gave it 2.5 out of 5 ...

    Rose and Henry have connected quickly since their first meeting, finding that they are in the same teen cooking school, the connection only increases. Amidst challenges, new friendships and great rivalries, this couple will see their friendship tested. I liked the way the writer built...

    Love la Mode is just so darn stinking cute. It is one of those books that constantly hits you with moments that will make your heart melt like the ice cream on the front cover. There's just enough angst and drama, to make the whole thing sweeter. full review: https://utopia-state...

    I received an ARC of this book during the Texas Library Association Annual Conference. I really enjoyed this book, the premise is cute and the drama isn't so much that it overwhelms the other parts of the book. I was pleasantly surprised to find that neither Rosie nor Henry were relega...

    To see review with finger carnage and fudge click here. I really didn?t care for the love interest in this rom com. That being said it?s not a bad book. It?s actually quite enjoyable. It?s warm and fluffy and reminded me of a lot like Anna and the French Kiss if it had some ...

    Review Posted on Reading Lark 11/27/18: https://readinglark.blogspot.com/2018... One of my favorite evening pastimes is to curl up with my husband and watch Food Network. Our favorites are Chopped, Cutthroat Kitchen, and the various holiday baking challenges. As someone who has read...

    It's a testament to the strength of the supporting characters here that I would follow any of them into a sequel. I might not follow Henry...but Priya or Yumi or Hampus? Yes please. This is a case where an extra bit of quirk works in the characters' favour: it falls comfortably on the ...

    I received an ARC from NetGalley in exchange for an honest review. Ms. Strohm has done it again. Her fluffy romances always grab at heartstrings, with an underlying layer of the power of friendship. This is the story of Rosie. Shy Rosie is the middle child (and only girl!) in her...

  • Rachel Strolle
    Feb 10, 2018

    "...part of the magic of food. It didn't last. It couldn't. Each bite was only a moment transformed into a memory." FOODIES REJOICE!!! This book stole my heart right out of the gate. A departure gate at Chicago O'Hare International Airport to be specific. We meet our main c...

    SO FREAKING CUTE OMFGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGG *salty about the cover change but the book is amazing so its fine* ...

  • megs_bookrack
    Aug 07, 2018

    "...part of the magic of food. It didn't last. It couldn't. Each bite was only a moment transformed into a memory." FOODIES REJOICE!!! This book stole my heart right out of the gate. A departure gate at Chicago O'Hare International Airport to be specific. We meet our main c...

  • Gata Leitora / Cat reader
    Nov 26, 2018

    "...part of the magic of food. It didn't last. It couldn't. Each bite was only a moment transformed into a memory." FOODIES REJOICE!!! This book stole my heart right out of the gate. A departure gate at Chicago O'Hare International Airport to be specific. We meet our main c...

    SO FREAKING CUTE OMFGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGG *salty about the cover change but the book is amazing so its fine* ...

    4.5 stars I totally did not realize just how much I needed an adorable romance until I picked this up! But yes. I did need this book. And you probably do too. Because not only was it absolutely adorable and swoon-worthy and filled with delicious baked goods + foods I couldn?t g...

    This book is so adorable! It's not very similar to Anna and the French Kiss at all other than Paris boarding school & a great friend group, but those Paris vibes took me back! I think the characters were all very realistically and authentically written, as teens and their individua...

    This review originally appeared on Novel Ink. I received this book for free in exchange for an honest review. This does not affect my opinion of the book or the content of my review. As soon as I saw Love a la Mode, I was here for it. Two teens falling in love at cooking school i...

    As a fan of any book with cooking, boarding schools, and Paris, Love la Mode by Stephanie Kate Strohm seemed like the perfect book for me. The story is about a French cooking school and contains characters from all over the world. I especially enjoyed the descriptions of food. Fans ...

    *I received an e-ARC of this book from the publisher for an honest review - thank you so much, but it didn't affect my review at all. My love of Stephanie Kate Strohm books probably did, though.* This book is everything that is amazing about contemporary: fluffy, fun, funnies, and c...

    Rating: 4.5 Stars Paris is a city associated with lights, love, and culinary delights. Henry and Rosie were both making their way there to join an elite high school culinary program, which was an important stepping stone for them both. For Rosie, it was a way for her to discover the...

    Super cute - if you're a foodie and/or a fan of Food Network shows and/or a fan of Anna and the French Kiss, this one is for you. Review to come. Read more of my reviews on JenRyland.com! Check out my Bookstagram! Or check out my Jen In Ten reviews on Youtube - get the lowdown on...

    I just love books set in Paris. With food. And an adorable romance to boot. So it will come as no shock that I found this book completely adorkable. Kids who love cooking getting a chance to learn from a master chef in Paris? C'mon! That's too cute to pass up. The characters were so re...

    I received a copy from the publisher in exchange for an honest review. My thoughts and opinions are my own. Love la Mode was a lovely book that I enjoyed from start to finish! It was a book I thought about even when I wasn't reading it, and one I looked forward to sitting down wi...

    First and most important: If you plan on reading this cute and fun contemporary novel based at a school for chefs in Paris, be prepared to be hungry. For anything from mashed potatoes, to bread to decadent desserts. Love la Mode was a fun and cute read. I am no chef, in fact I'm ...

    2.75 stars. I received a digital ARC from Netgalley in exchange for an honest review. This was a cute book about two aspiring teen cooks who make it into an exclusive cooking school. Henry is a fantastic cook while Rosie struggles with the basics but excels at baking. It is her everyt...

    I received Love la Mode by Stephanie Kate Strohm from Netgalley. This has no impact on my thoughts. My thoughts are my own. Love la Mode was a three star rating for me. I liked the cooking school plot very much and the friendships, though I wasn't a fan of the instant romance...

    OH MY GOSH YOU PRECIOUS, ADORABLE, CUTE LITTLE BOOK. I love you. I love food. I like cute romance. I like amazing friendship groups. I love baking. I love this book. And now I want to watch cooking and baking shows all day. Well done, cute book, well done. ...

    Love the thrill of Chopped Teen? Kids Baking Championship? Throw those together with some of the cutest elements of romance tropes and you've got Stephanie Kate Strohm's latest novel, LOVE A LA MODE. Embracing one of my favorite genres of television, this book was fun to read, fro...

    This was absolutely ADORABLE! I will post my review as part of the blog tour. --------- Full review can be found here: https://agingerlyreview.wordpress.com... This book was far more adorable than I could have possibly imagine it would be. It was a super quick read but super l...

    Fluffy, light YA romances have been a kind of guilty pleasure for me for quite a while. They tend to be safer and slightly more fun. "Love a la Mode" did not disappoint in this regard either. Rosie and Henry were sweet characters and their differing passions for food (one for cooki...

    A sweet culinary romance, Love a la Mode follows two American teens on their way to a year studying at an elite culinary school in Paris. There is a meet cute on a plane, miscommunication, a hint of a love triangle, and lots of delicious sounding food! Rosie wants to be a pastry chef a...

    *** 3.5-4 Stars*** This book is the cuteeesssttttt. How could you not love a story that is set in Paris and involves a love story and food!? Rose and Henry meet on a plane and instantly have a weird, young adult awkward crush/connection. Turns out they both were accepted to Ecole, a...

    3.5, rounded up to 4 stars, because Strohm's style is always worth it. Rosie and Henry share a passion for cooking, although the two come from very different backgrounds. Together with kids from all over the world, they have enrolled into a famous cooking school in Paris for a whole...

    Ive read " love a la mode " ,, the romance was bad but the story was okay ,, i gave it 2.5 out of 5 ...

    Rose and Henry have connected quickly since their first meeting, finding that they are in the same teen cooking school, the connection only increases. Amidst challenges, new friendships and great rivalries, this couple will see their friendship tested. I liked the way the writer built...

  • Vicky Who Reads
    Oct 12, 2018

    "...part of the magic of food. It didn't last. It couldn't. Each bite was only a moment transformed into a memory." FOODIES REJOICE!!! This book stole my heart right out of the gate. A departure gate at Chicago O'Hare International Airport to be specific. We meet our main c...

    SO FREAKING CUTE OMFGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGG *salty about the cover change but the book is amazing so its fine* ...

    4.5 stars I totally did not realize just how much I needed an adorable romance until I picked this up! But yes. I did need this book. And you probably do too. Because not only was it absolutely adorable and swoon-worthy and filled with delicious baked goods + foods I couldn?t g...

  • Lindsi (Do You Dog-ear?)
    Dec 06, 2018

    "...part of the magic of food. It didn't last. It couldn't. Each bite was only a moment transformed into a memory." FOODIES REJOICE!!! This book stole my heart right out of the gate. A departure gate at Chicago O'Hare International Airport to be specific. We meet our main c...

    SO FREAKING CUTE OMFGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGG *salty about the cover change but the book is amazing so its fine* ...

    4.5 stars I totally did not realize just how much I needed an adorable romance until I picked this up! But yes. I did need this book. And you probably do too. Because not only was it absolutely adorable and swoon-worthy and filled with delicious baked goods + foods I couldn?t g...

    This book is so adorable! It's not very similar to Anna and the French Kiss at all other than Paris boarding school & a great friend group, but those Paris vibes took me back! I think the characters were all very realistically and authentically written, as teens and their individua...

    This review originally appeared on Novel Ink. I received this book for free in exchange for an honest review. This does not affect my opinion of the book or the content of my review. As soon as I saw Love a la Mode, I was here for it. Two teens falling in love at cooking school i...

    As a fan of any book with cooking, boarding schools, and Paris, Love la Mode by Stephanie Kate Strohm seemed like the perfect book for me. The story is about a French cooking school and contains characters from all over the world. I especially enjoyed the descriptions of food. Fans ...

    *I received an e-ARC of this book from the publisher for an honest review - thank you so much, but it didn't affect my review at all. My love of Stephanie Kate Strohm books probably did, though.* This book is everything that is amazing about contemporary: fluffy, fun, funnies, and c...

    Rating: 4.5 Stars Paris is a city associated with lights, love, and culinary delights. Henry and Rosie were both making their way there to join an elite high school culinary program, which was an important stepping stone for them both. For Rosie, it was a way for her to discover the...

    Super cute - if you're a foodie and/or a fan of Food Network shows and/or a fan of Anna and the French Kiss, this one is for you. Review to come. Read more of my reviews on JenRyland.com! Check out my Bookstagram! Or check out my Jen In Ten reviews on Youtube - get the lowdown on...

    I just love books set in Paris. With food. And an adorable romance to boot. So it will come as no shock that I found this book completely adorkable. Kids who love cooking getting a chance to learn from a master chef in Paris? C'mon! That's too cute to pass up. The characters were so re...

    I received a copy from the publisher in exchange for an honest review. My thoughts and opinions are my own. Love la Mode was a lovely book that I enjoyed from start to finish! It was a book I thought about even when I wasn't reading it, and one I looked forward to sitting down wi...