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Ramón and Julieta
Ramón and Julieta | Alana Quintana Albertson
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When fate and tacos bring Ramón and Julieta together on the Day of the Dead, the star-crossed pair must make a choice: accept the bitter food rivalry that drives them apart or surrender to a love that consumes them—perfect for fans of Jane the Virgin! Ramón Montez always achieves his goals. Whether that means collecting Ivy League degrees or growing his father’s fast-food empire, nothing sets Ramón off course. So when the sexy señorita who kissed him on the Day of the Dead runs off into the night with his heart, he determines to do whatever it takes to find her again. Celebrity chef Julieta Campos has sacrificed everything to save her sea-to-table taqueria from closing. To her horror, she discovers that her new landlord is none other than the magnetic mariachi she hooked up with on Dia de los Muertos. Even worse, it was his father who stole her mother’s taco recipe decades ago. Julieta has no choice but to work with Ramón, the man who destroyed her life’s work—and the one man who tempts and inspires her. As San Diego’s outraged community protests against the Taco King takeover and the divide between their families grows, Ramón and Julieta struggle to balance the rising tensions. But Ramón knows that true love is priceless and despite all of his successes, this is the one battle he refuses to lose.
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lanecannon
Ramón and Julieta | Alana Quintana Albertson
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I loved this book so much! A cheesy, predictable romance yes but sooooo worth the read!!

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Kerrbearlib
Ramón and Julieta | Alana Quintana Albertson
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A wonderful contemporary romance that tackles real life issues like class and gentrification. The romance between Ramón and Julieta is sweet and steamy. ❤️❤️❤️???

#romance #romancenovel #romantsy

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Kelly_the_Bookish_Sidekick
Ramón and Julieta | Alana Quintana Albertson
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"When fate and tacos bring Ramón and Julieta together on the Day of the Dead..."

Honestly, all I needed to know about this contemporary romance was tacos & Day of the Dead. While in San Antonio, I found myself at the old Pearl Brewery site and The Twig Book Shop. Book, black cherry scented sugar skull pen, and bookmark are from there. The necklace (India) & honeybalm (Zambia) are from Ten Thousand Villages, a non-profit fair trade shop. ⬇️

Kelly_the_Bookish_Sidekick They are an organization that markets handcrafted products made by disadvantaged artisans from more than 120 artisan groups in more than 35 countries. They are online if you aren't near a store and are interested in checking out some products while supporting some of the #foodandlit countries we have/will read about. www.tenthousandvillages.com 6mo
slategreyskies I love Ten Thousand Villages! :) 6mo
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