Thursday, September 3, 2015

Book Beginnings: Baker's Blues by Judith Ryan Hendricks


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Of all the ways he could have died, drowning was the least likely.

-- Baker's Blues by Judith Ryan Hendricks.

This third book in Hendrick’s Bread Alone Trilogy finds baker Wyn Morrison in an emotion quandary, with her ex-husband dead, but Wyn the executor of his estate and forced to deal with one hot mess of memories and regrets. I want to make a weekend project of reading all three of the books in the trilogy.


guiltless reader said...

Recently finished this. It's an emotional rollercoaster ride of a read! Enjoy !

Laurel-Rain Snow said...

I have been eyeing this book. Thanks for sharing.

Elizabeth B said...

I used this one a few weeks ago. Very strong book.

Yvonne@fiction-books said...

Hi Gilion,

Those intriguing first lines had me searching Goodreads for the full premise, then the complete series!

Whilst I am not going to be rushing to add them to my 'Want To Read' list just yet, they are definitely worth considering for the future, although I do agree with you, that perhaps they do need to be read in sequence and may not work too well as stand alone stories

Have fun reading them :)


Lauren Stoolfire said...

I've seen this in the library before - sounds interesting!

Sherry Fundin said...

I hope you enjoy your reading weekend.

sherry @ fundinmental Friday Memes

Elizabeth said...

I just love the cover.

ENJOY the book...looks so good.

Have a great weekend.

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My Book Beginnings

Amy said...

Great book beginning, it makes me think s/he isn't near water :) enjoy x

Anonymous said...

I feel like I've seen this one around a bit... love the cover!

Katherine P said...

I enjoyed this one very much. Hope you do too!

Diane Coto said...

Hi - Good luck with your weekend project. They sound like good books to get lost in for a weekend. :)
@dino0726 from 
FictionZeal - Impartial, Straightforward Fiction Book Reviews

Anonymous said...

Catchy opening!! Love it!

Sherrie said...

Sounds like a great book. I'll be checking out
this series. Have a great day!

Sandra Nachlinger said...

I've seen this book around and wondered if it was a good one. Sounds like it is!
Thanks for once again hosting Book Beginnings.

Laurie Brown said...

Sounds intriguing!

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