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Publisher Description

From the New York Times bestselling author of Shoe Addicts Anonymous and Always Something There to Remind Me comes a delicious new novel about the search for true love and all the ingredients that go into it.

As far as Gemma is concerned, her days of dating are over. In fact, it's her job to cater other peoples' dates, and that's just fine by her. At thirty-seven, she has her own business, working as a private chef, and her life feels full and secure. She's got six steady clients that keep her hands full.

There's Lex, the fussy but fabulous department store owner who loves Oysters Rockefeller and 1950s comfort food; Willa, who needs to lose weight under doctor's orders but still believes butter makes everything better; a colorful family who may or may not be part of the Russian mob; an überwealthy Georgetown family; the picture-perfect Van Houghtens, whose matriarch is "allergic to everything"; and finally, a man she calls "Mr. Tuesday," whom she has never met but who she is strangely drawn to.

For Gemma, cooking is predictable. Recipes are certain. Use good ingredients, follow the directions, and you are assured success. Life, on the other hand, is full of variables. So when Gemma's takes an unexpected turn on a road she always thought was straight and narrow, she must face her past and move on in ways she never would have imagined. Because sometimes in life, all you need is a little hope, a lot of courage, and---oh yes---butter.

GENRE
Fiction & Literature
RELEASED
2012
July 17
LANGUAGE
EN
English
LENGTH
352
Pages
PUBLISHER
St. Martin's Press
SELLER
Macmillan
SIZE
2.2
MB

Customer Reviews

Magnet1309 ,

Her best by far!

I've read many a Beth Harbison book but haven't laughed out loud nearly as often as in this one. Love Gemma Craig :) Very heartfelt and witty. Can't wait for her next work!

Lee 980 ,

Adorable

Beth writes another great book that is uplifting and enjoyable. It also makes you hungry. A great read to sit out on the patio and put your feet up.

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