M is for Mandarin Orange Cheese Pie

Welcome to my Food Recipe themed 2014 Blogging from A to Z Challenge

I have two things I just love, love, love to do, write books and cook. Stop by everyday to see my favorites recipes and a glimpse of one of my books.

M is for Mandarin Orange Cheese Pie


8 ounces cream cheese, softened
1/4 cup orange marmalade
2 cups whipped cream (cool whip)
24 ounces Mandarin oranges, well drained
1 graham cracker piecrust

Blend cream cheese and orange marmalade. Stir in whipped
topping. Place a single layer of oranges on bottom of piecrust. Spoon
cream cheese mixture over oranges. Cover and chill 2 hours
or overnight.


Morgandy's Lover
by Brenda Williamson

Once orphaned, Morgandy Fairfax was lucky to find residence in a mansion. Unfortunately, her young and dashing benefactor Hunt Peregrine disappeared. Forced into marriage, and subsequently widowed, she is face with marrying Hunt's conniving brother Clive.

Woefully unhappy, Morgandy's life changes when she finds the missing Lord Peregrine lying naked in the pasture. Attracted by his hard torso and his arousal, she examines him with unbridled desire. With his muscular body and beguiling charm, he has no problem getting her to accept his offer of a sexual liaison instead of marriage to his brother.

Having been in a foreign prison for ten years, Hunt has finally returned, disoriented and weary from his harrowing journey home. When he wakes in the lush pasture of his estate and finds a ravishing beauty arousing him with her shameless fondling, he feels fate has given him the cure to his cursed existence.

Unable to resist Morgandy's alluring adoration, he uses her to his advantage, as well as falling in love with her faster than a bird can fly. While pursuing his torrid affair, he's challenged to prevent her from sacrificing herself to a man she doesn't love to save their home from the financial ruin of his brother.

In the end, Hunt devises a plan that he hopes will not destroy his cherished role as Morgandy's Lover.


  1. Yum! Both the recipe and book sound good. New follower here. I'm stopping by from the "A to Z" challenge, and I look forward to visiting again.