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Sweet Baklava by Debby Mayne
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Jun 02, 11

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Read in March, 2011

It wasn't an overtly religious story, but it was religious. Fair warning.

The relationship between the two protagonists actually confused me a lot. There was an awful lot of hot and cold. Things would seem to be going great, but then the main male character would just stop doing anything, and give the main female character "space." Maybe that is how things really are, but it felt, to me, like the author was just trying to make the romance part of the story last for as long as the rest of the story.

I did love the collection of recipes at the back of the book. I'm not a huge Greek food fan, but I love baklava, and have since I first had some in middle school. With the recipes from the back here, I can actually try making my own. The only thing that would have made me happier, recipe-wise, is if some of Paula's candle and soap recipes had also been included. Baklava + spa goodies. What could be better?
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