When he's gone, I sit down at the table with his empty coffee cup and chocolate smeared plate. I think I would like to cry, but my reservoir of tears is empty.
-- Baker's Blues by Judith Ryan Hendricks.
This is the third book in Hendricks' Bread Alone Trilogy, following Bread Alone and The Baker's Apprentice. Baker's Blues finds baker Wyn Morrison dealing with the unexpected death of her ex-husband and re-learning the lessons she first discovered when she opened her Seattle bakery.
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That's a lovely description of deep sadness. I can easily envision that scene.ReplyDelete
My Tuesday post features Shadow of the Hawk.
Aww, that's so sad! I hope the rest of the book is more upbeat.ReplyDelete
Here's my teaser.
Sounds like a sad tale.ReplyDelete
While I am not much for foodie books, this one appeals to me given the subject matter. It sounds like an emtional and inspiring read. Thank you for sharing!ReplyDelete
I've been there.ReplyDelete