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When in Doubt, Add Butter by Beth Harbison
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Nov 02, 2012

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Gemma is a personal chef who has decided that dating is not for her, she is fine with cooking for one person or family a night and catering great events on the weekends.

But it never works out the way you think, one family fires her over a peacock, while another makes a pass at her and jeopardizes another night of income. When one night of spectacular emotion turns into something else, Gemma truly feels adrift in her life that only a few weeks before, was calm.

This was a good read, not spectacular, but solid. I was a little disappointed by the ending in that it seemed after the character build up and the amount of time taken to create a community of characters, the story seemed to just end. It was like the book hit the maximum page limit and everything just stopped and was concluded in the epilogue in a sentence or two.

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