A Table by the Window by Hillary Manton Lodge

I enjoyed reading about Juliette's journey into making changes and learning to live with the changes and getting a chance to discover an author I haven't read before.  She takes a chance by leaving a job that leaves her feeling sick and finds herself trying to make a go at a restaurant.  In doing so she has to look deep into herself to see what she what she really wants and how she wants to achieve it.  She also starts a new relationship that is a bit long distance.  In this relationship she has to quit making comparisons to her former fiance and again decide what is right for her.  I am glad to see that the mysteries and relationships started in this book will continue in later books.  I also liked how the recipes went along with the book and look forward to trying some of the out.

More from the author can be found at  http://hillaryonwriting.blogspot.com/

"I received this book for free from WaterBrook Multnomah Publishing Group for this review."


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