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  • Even better than the first

    Recipe for Two is the second book within an interconnected series coauthored by Mx Fielding and Miss Henry, but can definitely be read as a standalone. I really enjoyed the first book in this series so I jumped at opportunity to read this release. Recipe for Two proved to be one of those rare times when the second book proves to be even better than the first of the series, ensuring I will be looking forward to any future writing endeavors these authors undertake. I love that Recipe for Two features one of the children we met in Family Recipe as an adult. Although this allowed readers to jump right into this book without reading the first, it made for an extra special experience for those of us who did read Family Recipe. I enjoyed the chance at following up with Wyatt, but the opportunity to get glimpses of the rest of the family as they thrived in their new life filled with love and support was amazing. But even ignoring the connections to the first book of the series, Recipe for Two was fantastic. I loved the way Wyatt’s character developed as he explored and accepted his gender fluidity. I also loved the pairing of Wyatt and Izzy, particularly how they supported and found strength in one another’s unconditional love and acceptance. Like Family Recipe, the relationship between Izzy and Wyatt moves forward quickly, but this time it didn’t feel lacking in development or as though there were steps missed as these two got to know one another, although that may be owing to Izzy and Wyatt having less complex circumstances to navigate. Either way, I loved Recipe for Two and would recommend it to readers who like found family romances or stories that feature gender fluid characters. *eARC received from author. The publisher and authors had no influence over this review*

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