Wish and dream, gaze out to sea
Hope and believe, it will come to me!
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How very Adrianna Jasmine!
Would you like something magical to read on the beach during your summer holidays?
Do you love stories about witches, vampires, magic, romance and a sprinkling of drama?
Then try out the "Sweet Jasmine Series," available through Amazon and easy to download via your Kindle. ( Perfect for the beach )
"The leading ladies are enchanting to say the least, but don't be fooled by the magic Hansel and Gretel- style breadcrumb trail of sweetness and perfection. I have paved a yellow brick road, to lead you down a path to somewhere you didn't quite expect!"
Set in London, enjoy the dark twists, dramatic turns, yummy recipes located throughout the book, and fall in love with…
Adrianna Jasmine Mariposa Poppleapple Forthright-Punch!
For my third book Sweet Jasmine, Blood and Magic, I needed a place that had a reputation for being haunted, old and full of history. A place suitable to house…The Order, home to the “Prestige.” After research courtesy of Google, I chose Maggs Bros Limited, an old London house with a chilling history.
I’ve never seen the building in real life, I couldn’t tell you what street it’s in. But then one day out of the blue, I stop, I stare and my goodness there it is! I’m standing right in front of it. Spooky, yet brilliantly coincidental.
Although plums are commonly known as a summer fruit, Adrianna Jasmine associates the little purple delights with Christmas. Perhaps she’s a fan of The Nutcracker #sugarplumfairy
8 ripe plums, quartered and stoned
zest 2 lemons
4 tbsp brandy (optional)
100g soft butter
100g light brown sugar
100g self-raising flour
50g ground almonds
3 tbsp flaked almond
Clotted cream, to serve
Heat oven to 180C/160C fan/gas 4. Pop the plums, cinnamon, lemon zest and brandy together in a bowl, then leave to marinade.
Using an electric whisk, whisk the butter, eggs, flour and ground almonds until everything is combined and smooth.
Tumble the fruit into a buttered shallow baking dish, spoon over the cake mixture, then sprinkle over the flaked almonds. Bake for 35-40 mins until browned and cooked through. Remove from the oven and serve warm with clotted cream.
Perfect for Christmas Eve whilst reading Sweet Jasmine, Cakes and Magic by the fire.
Life can’t be easy
It’s not always swell
Don’t tell me truth hurts little girl
Cos it hurts like hell