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I really liked Marissa Doyle's BEWITCHING SEASON. Lovely combination of historical fiction (I loved reading about the Victorian era London aristocracy) and magic. And I loved the ending--little brothers and handsome childhood friends ROCK.
I really enjoyed Ruth's reflections on her struggle to have a baby/adopt while exploring the impact that food and cooking have on our relationship with ourselves and loved ones. As she grows in her relationship with her mother, husband, ex-husband, and so on, her career as a writer and chef grow too, culminating in a job offer from the NY Times. A heartwarming story, and the recipies are good too, but I enjoyed her next book, Garlic and Sapphiers, much more.
I never ever read ahead in books. It is a point of pride with me that I never flip to the last page or the last chapter, and I confess that I become irrationally irritated when others tell me a plot point before I reach that part in the story. This should put in perspective the fact that I flipped ahead when I hit the chapter where the THING happens to reassure myself that the THING I thought was happening was not, in fact, happening. But it did happen, and I didn't buy it. Not a bit. Brashares goes on to create as plausible an explanation as she possibly can, but in the end, I wished she had left the girls alone where they were at the end of the fourth book. We didn't need to see them 10 years later.
just going by what i can remember about these i always liked them when i was younger
Sweet story - recommend.