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  • The New York Times smash hit writer of The Lost and Found Bookstore gets back to Perdita Street with a can't-miss story of kinship, difficulty, recovery, and love between a San Francisco pastry specialist and a grill ace from Texas. Jerome "Sugar" Barnes took in the specialty of baking in his grandmother's bread shop, additionally called Sugar, on noteworthy Perdita Street in San Francisco. He supplies prepared products to the Lost and Found Bookshop across the road.
  • At the point when the eatery that shares his business kitchen loses its long-term occupant, a rookie moves in: Margot Salton, a grill ace from Texas. Margot isn't precisely on the run, yet she really wants a new beginning. She's dealt with herself her entire life, pulling herself up by her fingernails to recuperate from injury, and her fantasy has been to open an eatery some place far, a long way from Texas. The common kitchen with Jerome Sugar's pastry shop is the ideal arrangement: a cutting edge kitchen and an energetic area well known with vacationers and local people.
  • Margot immediately takes to Jerome's grandma, the vivacious, obstinate Ida, and the more seasoned lady ends up being a decent guide. Margot thinks Jerome is flawless, and in spite of their various foundations their fascination is strong - despite the fact that Jerome stresses that Margot will essentially continue on from him whenever she's discovered a sense of reconciliation and security. However, similarly as she begins to unwind into a cheerful new future, Margot's past in Texas returns to cause major problems for her.
  • I pre-requested this book and ought to have sat tight for surveys. Not at all like Susan Wiggs earlier books this book was excessively dull for me. My better half filtered ahead to check whether we could continue perusing this book as an evening time read-a-noisy. He said it was around section 21 that the book began to pivot however that he felt smeared by simply checking the numerous dull parts. Amazing! Complete shock a large number of pages. While this might be both a sentiment and tension, there isn't anything routine about it. Susan Wiggs is characterizing experimental writing with each passage.

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