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The Glass Kitchen



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Author
Lee, Linda Francis
Descriptors
Clairvoyance
Cooking
Divorce
Family Relationships
Single Parents
Sisters
Widowers
Location/Setting:
Manhattan
Texas
Time Period:
2010s
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Summary
Portia has a magical way with food. Just like her grandmother, she knows exactly what to cook/bake to help people. Portia and her two sisters inherited a dilapidated brownstone in Manhattan. Her sisters quickly sold their apartments to wealthy widow Gabriel Kane who renovates the home and lives there with his two teenage daughters. Newly divorced Portia decides to leave Texas and move into her portion of the brownstone, the garden apartment. Gabriel's daughters initially latch on to Portia because she's a good cook, but eventually Portia becomes close with the girls and their father. Her goal is to open a Texas style restaurant like her grandmother’s “Glass Kitchen” in Manhattan.
Critique
A mixture of families, romance, family secrets, and tasty recipes.
ISBN
9780312382278
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# of Pages
375
Published
2014
Formats
Reviewer's Initials: ED


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