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    An epicurean romance

    A sweet epicurean romance. Harper dreams of taking over the family business but it seems as though the men in her life are dead set against it. Coming from a strong line of women, and with the encouragement of a good man at her back, she discovers that dreams really do come true. Short and sweet, this story was cute and filled with everyday drama and hope. Lovely read and I would definitely read more from Ms. Winters.
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    Needs something more

    Had a lot of potential and its an enjoyable short story but I did have a few issues. Its hard to believe the romance between Patrick and Harper. We dont know their past. Needed to be fleshed out more. I think they went to school together but thats all we know. I mean he obviously liked her and she liked him but with no real interaction which made it so hard for me to believe. He was in the Navy most of the time. It was definitely rushed. I liked the banter between them but I just really think we needed more Harper and Patrick. I am surprised that we didnt get much in the way of her relationship with her Dad. He treated her like crap and second rate. It was difficult for me to believe at the end he supported and approved of what she did. Being chauvinistic for so many years doesnt turn around overnight and thats how it read to me. Harper literally had no family support. Even her Aunt who was so used to being the "little woman" discouraged her at first then like the next couple sentences she tells Harper not to give up. It was confusing. Saying all that...it is a novella and we dont always get every detail in those and thats ok. Its a cute read but I do need a little more.
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    Cute, clean short read

    **I voluntarily reviewed an Advance Reader Copy of this book** I wasn't sure how receptive I would be towards this book. But I must admit I'm happy I gave it a shot! Harper's place is a sweet, clean romance about Harper and Patrick. With it being a short novella of course there were parts that I missed because I guess word count didn't allow for it. I just really wish the author would've given us a bit more as to why Harper's father and brother treated her the way they did. They seemed to be the kind of men that believe a woman's place is the kitchen barefoot and pregnant
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