This is a cute, funny contemporary romance involving one gorgeous, impetuous Hollywood star and one short, stoic therapist hired to be his minder when he gets into a bar fight.Continue reading “All the Feels (Spoiler Alert, #2) by Olivia Dade”
This is a fun piece of fluff that is a somewhat enjoyable read. It centers around three women, all facing different difficulties, who bond over their love of food. Trista left her life as a lawyer behind (we never find out why) and buys the bar/restaurant she worked at while in law school. It needs a big makeover if she’s ever going to earn a living from it. Margo is a part-time real estate agent who loves to cook and has recently been dumped by her self-absorbed husband. While it’s a blessing in disguise, she must navigate finding a career to support herself with renovating a run-down farm she inherited in the divorce. Aja wants to learn to cook better and is looking for good friends who will support her through an unplanned pregnancy.Continue reading “The Cookbook Club: A Novel of Food and Friendship by Beth Harbison”
This is a wonderful, warm book revisiting beloved characters from Whistle Stop, Alabama. The book skips back and forth between time periods and characters, telling some of the side stories in between the lines of Fried Green Tomatoes.Continue reading “The Wonder Boy of Whistle Stop (Whistle Stop, AL #2) by Fannie Flagg”
I absolutely loved this book! It is so sweet and life affirming-I couldn’t put it down. I highly recommend you read it.
Eudora Honeysett is 85 years old and is done with life. She wants to leave on her own terms and sets a plan in motion to do just that. Of course, when we make plans, God laughs… Enter 10 year-old Rose Trewidney.Continue reading “The Brilliant Life of Eudora Honeysett by Annie Lyons”