This is how it works:
For Beginnings, we share opening line(s) of our current read, share the title and author, and then add our thoughts about it…just before joining the other bloggers at Mr. Linky.
For 56, we turn to that page, grab an excerpt, also linking to the title and author, and, of course, link up over at our host’s blog.
Today I’m spotlighting a book from an author I have enjoyed many times over. This book has graduated from my TBR stacks! The Blue Bistro, by Elin Hilderbrand, promises to be a delightful read.
Here’s a blurb from Amazon:
The pricey, popular bistro of the title is the real star of Hilderbrand’s fourth novel set on Nantucket. After years of hotel employ, peripatetic Adrienne Dealey, 28, lands her first restaurant job within hours of disembarking on the bucolic Massachusetts island. She’s got a lot of learning to do as assistant to co-owner Thatcher Smith. Adrienne’s soon attracted to the handsome Thatcher, and he seems to return her feelings. But just what is his relationship with his partner, the famous, utterly reclusive chef Fiona “Fee” Kemp? And why will no one talk about her?
And now, drum roll, please!
Adrienne needed a job.
She arrived on Nantucket Island with two maxed-out credit cards, forty borrowed dollars, and three rules scribbled on an Amtrak cocktail napkin.
I’m getting the picture here that our character is desperate and ready to jump into anything. Uh-oh, is my first thought. What about yours?
Mack Peterson, manager of the Beach Club, who was another sandy-haired Midwesterner, shook Adrienne’s hand and assured her he would only send her his best clients.
So now I’m ready to engross myself in all things Nantucket within the pages of this book…that’s probably the only way I’m going to see the island!
What about the rest of you? What tidbits can you share today? Please stop by….