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Being a Jane Austen fan and having bought and read Sonali Dev's Pride, Prejudice and Other Flavors, I was thrilled to receive a prepub copy of Recipe for Persuasion from Willam Morrow. I wasn't disappointed in this Jane Austen–meets–Bollywood story. ...more
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I love Jane Austen and I enjoy books that reimagine or continue her books or her life. So when I had the opportunity to grab a prepub version of this offered by the publisher, I jumped on it. The characters came to life for me as they struggled with ...more
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I was skeptical of this book when I first heard that title. I worried it would feel gimmicky and even twist Scripture or Jesus's life and words to try to fit an idea. It doesn't. Maher carefully works through 7 characteristics of Jesus, like connecti ...more
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