by Linda Francis Lee
A partial synopsis from Good Reads: Portia Cuthcart never intended to leave Texas. Her dream was to run the Glass Kitchen restaurant her grandmother built decades ago. But after a string of betrayals and the loss of her legacy, Portia is determined to start a new life with her sisters in Manhattan... and never cook again.
My Thoughts: This book was a gift from my Fabulous Aunt. It's a story of survival after losing loved ones, after betrayal by a best friend, after divorce. All three sisters are human, fallible and flawed. Each has her strengths as well as her weaknesses. I love how they come together in times of need and work thru each crisis, learning from their past mistakes. There is a secret romance in the mix that causes quite an explosion when revealed. There are some recipes in the back that I'd like to try. Overall, this book was a nice warm, easy read.
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That looks like a great book. Thanks for the review!ReplyDelete
Adding that to my list of many books to grab at Half Price bookstore :)ReplyDelete
sounds like just the book for me right now. Cheers from carole's ChatterReplyDelete
I vaguely remember reading this book and I did think it was a cute story.ReplyDelete
Sounds like a book for me! Thank you for sharing. Where to purchase it?ReplyDelete