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Thursday, 5 May 2016

BOOK BEGINNINGS: TOGETHER AT THE TABLE by HILLARY MANTON LODGE 5.5.16


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TOGETHER AT THE TABLE :
A Novel of Lost Love and Second Helpings
Two Blue Doors Book 3
Author Hillary Manton Lodge
Published by Random House Inc
Release Date  May 3rd 2016

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"As the days grow short, some faces grow long.  But not mine.
Every autumn, when the wind turns cold and darkness comes early,
I am suddenly happy.  It's time to start making soup again
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 - Leslie Newman"

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I am so pleased with this new release of 2 days.
Filled with luscious and unique Italian
recipes from the story's Two Blue Doors restaurant
 set in Portland OR, familial issues, travel,
mysterious ancestry hunting, and romantic interests.
Writing is crisp, settings contemporary,
and plot has me avidly pursuing each new chapter.
Enjoying the 
reading opportunity, I'm shopping to find books
1 [A Table By the Window] and 2 [Reservations for Two]
once I complete book 3!
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9 comments:

Laurel-Rain Snow said...

I do love the look and sound of this one! Thanks for sharing...and enjoy. Thanks for visiting my blog.

Faith Hope and Cherrytea said...

always great to connect, Laurel, I appreciate your time and comments!

Terra Hangen said...

The plot sounds interesting, especially the ancestry hunting. My book for book beginnings is very different, World War Z.

Catherine BookClubLibrarian said...

Thanks for highlighting this new-to-me book, series and author.

fredamans said...

It sounds like a lovely read.

Maria said...

I love the beginning and I also love when it gets cooler because of soup...lol...though it doesn't really have to get cooler - it's warm now and I had chilli for dinner...lol...I love soup lately - like crazy love..lol...
Here's my Friday meme

LuAnn Braley said...

That cover is wonderful. I would love to have that scene in my back yard. :O)

Here's my Book Beginnings.

Kim Griffin said...

I love the fall and making soups too, so I can easily identify with the narrator. Sounds like a good book! Thanks for visiting my blog! Happy reading!

Lauren Stoolfire said...

For some reason this makes me think of the Amish... sounds good either way. :)

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