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  • 3 sisters + 3 great men = perfection

    As the eldest of three sisters, I felt right at home with Millie, Tash and Dru. That the stories are linked through food is a big bonus! I originally read "A Pinch of Salt", Millie's story, in the anthology 'Hometown Hope' and I couldn't wait to read her sisters' stories, especially because of the allusion to something in Tash's past that was relevant to the sisters' futures. I reread 'A Pinch of Salt' and found it was like reading it for the first time. I love the relationships between the sisters and their men and I think there are enough hints in Millie's story that it's not a spoiler to say that Jackson, Jericho and Mick are great guys. I also love that Jackson is not afraid to make his love of the canon of English literature known and that his best friends make his bachelor party really something because of it. These men are just so supportive of each other and very open to new friendships as their circle grows. There are a pair of subplot romances as well to round out the couples and four out of five loving mothers can't be that bad (we'll give Jericho a pass for his). I can't wait to read the stories of the sisters' previously unknown half-brothers. Given the amount of heart Ms Lopez has put into the men's stories here, the brothers' stories are bound to be amazing.

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