Good. Spine creases, wear to binding and pages from reading. May contain limited notes, underlining or highlighting that does affect the text. Possible ex library copy, that'll have the markings and stickers associated from the library. Accessories such as CD, codes, toys, may not be included.
Deena Livingston leaves Atlanta, the only home she?s known to move into her grandfather?s cabin in the North Carolina Mountains. Deena wouldn?t even have considered moving if her life in Atlanta hadn?t taken such an unexpected turn. It hurt too much to stay?too much had happened.
Her grandfather left her the cabin in the woods and a few surprises. Upon her arrival to Brayson, her aunt informs Deena that part of grandfather?s will states she has to teach at The Center for six months, doing the very thing she was good at cooking!! Deena was a bakery Chef in Atlanta and hoped to start a catering business in this new town. Teaching wasn?t part of the gig. But no teaching, no cabin. Ok, she decides to do it?how bad could it be?
Deeana loved her grandpa finds another surprise?a note from him to her, ?It?s funny how humans are never quite content with what they have. The key to happiness lies in putting your whole hand into Gods!? Glad she discovers the note but what does it mean?
I really enjoyed Deena and how she tries to discover where she fits in this new community. Her grandfather was a hoot but loved her so, and she discovers that as she lives in his house and gets to know him better.
I loved how the author puts Deena into a classroom full of middle school students and she teaches them how to cook white sauce for the first class. How funny was that? It?s funny, real and gut honest. Loved that and reading about what she liked about Atlanta.
As an extra bonus the author has included some recipes she talks about in the books. I can?t wait to try them and you?ll definitely want to try them and this book. Thanks to the publisher that provided a review copy for me to read this really fun book.
Nora St. Laurent
Finding Hope Through Fiction
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