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    The Perfect Recipe for Love and Friendship

    The Perfect Recipe For Love and Friendship by Shirley Jump A heart full of emotions in this family and sister oriented drama. It starts with a death, grief and a hummingbird, but is totally healing. As time restores, the sisters start to mend their relationships with each other and more secrets emerge. Yes, there were tears in several places. Warm, moving and lovely. Labeled as first in the series. I can tell Nora is hiding something and I look forward to reading more by this author and of this family. I received a copy of this book at BEA.
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    The Perfect Summer Read of Starting Over

    The perfect summer read of starting over. Bridget O'Bannon is starting her life over after her husband dies. She returns to work at the family bakery, that her mother owns. A disagreement from Bridget's wedding day had thrown the family apart but the sisters will now try to come together. Their mother is very set in her ways, as a young widow raised four girls in a catholic household. There will be secrets that come out in the story. A new friend for Bridget, Garrett also a widower, helps her move forward in life. The sisters are all so different, Magpie, Nora and Abby but will always be sisters for better or worse. All great complex characters. Loved the bakery, I was drooling over some of the cakes! I'm hoping there will more stories of O'Bannon sisters.
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