The Glass Kitchen

81lnpmylWOLI can’t remember who recommended The Glass Kitchen by Linda Francis Lee to me. So, I hope I am not offending them when I say that I liked it, but it was cheesy, predictable, and not very well written. But, it was a great beach read. I began by being irritated by the writing and the repetitive descriptions of the love interest, Gabriel, but then I just leaned into it and sped through for the story itself, which was interesting and had a nice cooking twist. The idea that Portia had a “knowing” and whatever she cooked foretold the outcome was creative and it wore on me less as it worked through the story. In the end, I was glad I read The Glass Kitchen.
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