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Hy book so why not add a few pages and have a well developed nding I think it would have Another great beach read by this author The Nantucket setting a little romance and a slight mystery makes this a charming chick lit book I was not Dancing at Midnight (The Splendid Trilogy, expecting to read the ins and outs of the restaurant business but Injoyed it nonetheless 3 stars but not uite 4 Every so often I like to pretend I m an open minded person So one day when I am innocently shelving this book in the course of my library duties and for some reason it catches my It Hurts When I Poop! a Story for Children Who Are Scared to Use the Potty eye I check it out and think to myself why not I almost never read this kind of thing so why not try something that goes against my grain After all I reason as a writer shouldn t I read as widely and voraciously as possible including stuff I wouldn t normally And hey I like mental mashed potatoes fluffy and overladen with butter as much as the next guy Who doesn t need the occasional or freuent reprieve from well thinking But man oh man This was insipidven as insipid fare goes The protagonist Adrienne is a nonentity who Here With Me (Together evidently looks good swathed in silk and sipping champagne There isndless and deeply irritating talk about teeth Adrienne s father is a dentist and Adrienne s Double Deception (Code Name: Danger email correspondence and face to face interactions and hell her whole relationship with her father will have you wanting to toss your cookies Of course she has the reuisite dead mother And of course someonelse important is dying Human Tragedy Where would we be without it Certainly not on a Nantucket beach looking gorgeous in silks and sipping champagne That said I saw this through to the bitter Wicked Lies (Men of Summer, end which is unusual for mespecially when a book makes me grind my teeth sorry Dr Don as much as this one did There must be a reason for this Maybe it s because I m a sucker for food porn Maybe because the character of Fiona was alright Maybe it "S Because Instant Mashed "because instant mashed don t come close to homemade represented in this genre I guess by Maeve Binchy but they re still mashed potatoes so suck it up pile on the butter and clean your plate Okay now back to the Tolstoy I have mixed feelings about this 1 Thatcher was so "selfish it drove me nuts 2 The nding I want to "it drove me nuts 2 The nding I want to what s next for Thatcher and Adrienne 3 What about Dr Don s wedding A good portion was spent on the wedding and Adrienne s acceptance of Mavis How does Dr Don feel about Thatcher now As long as it took me to finish this book I feel a little let down The Blue Bistro is about a woman in her late twenties named Adrienne who comes to a crisis point in her. Able Thatcher Smith owner of Nantucket's hottest restaurant is the only one to offer her a job she wonders if she can get by with no restaurant Georgia and the Tycoon experience Thatcher gives Adrienne a crash course in the businessand they share an instant attraction But there is a mystery about their situation what is it about Fiona the Blue Bistro's chef that captures Thatcher's attention again. Definitly a fluffy beach read unrealistic in many ways Has anyone been to a restaurant wheremployees are told to drink during the job Some restaurant research might have been helpful having worked in restaurants this really irked me Some of the writing got a little annoying after a while phrases like love love love And last but not least it seems the author spent too much time describing food that she plum forgot to give the book an nding Oops Okay I just didn t get the obsessive friendship between Fiona and Thatcher It sure seemed one sided all on Thatcher s side I felt for Fiona who wouldn t "but show a little something ANYTHING that resembles warmth or friendship "show a little something ANYTHING that resembles warmth or friendship I get really strong solid friendship but why did this friendship have to be sooo dramatic to the xclusion of all uick Summary The Blue Bistro follows a woman with a transient lifestyle as a hotel concierge who starts a job as a Nantucket restaurant assistant manager after being left penniless by her scumbag boyfriend Over the course of the novel she learns the ways of the restaurant world rubs shoulders with important and wealthy Nantucket residents makes friends and finds love The Blue Bistro is an
okay beach read I went in with A Conspiracy of Ravens (Lady Trent Mysteries exactly thosexpectations and after the slow ish start up was fairly beach read I went in with Lakeside Redemption exactly thosexpectations and after the slow ish start up was fairly for the majority of the book The best parts were by far centered around Adrienne s main character shifts in the restaurant which are well written in Hilderbrand s fast paced style I have to say that the underlying mystery is INCREDIBLY weak bordering on pathetic Within the first couple chapters readers have solved this mystery and it s really not that In Pursuit of a Princess earth shattering The love story isxpected predictable and
while fun to read slightly boring Overall if not for the restaurant moments this book would have been a dud fun to read slightly boring Overall if not for the restaurant moments this book would have been a dud are so many beach reads out there that it s not necessary to clutter your bookshelf with this one I have read uite a few books by this author and normally really love reading them This book was uite different for me The plot being focused on the restaurant and food became tiresome as the book progressed Also I did not find myself rooting for the main characters to be together A guy who is controlling deceiptful and doesn t drink but reuires you to get drunk is not a good person fo I really liked this bookuntil I got to the last few pages It Second Time Loving ended so abruptly and not in keeping with the rest of the bookit was like the author got sick of writing it and just wanted tond it as uickly as possible It was a fairly lengt. Elin Hilderbrand author of the nchanting Summer People and The Beach Club invites you to xperience the perfect getaway with her sparkling new novelAdrienne Dealey has spent the past six years working for hotels in Dark Awakening exotic resort towns This summer she has decided to make Nantucket home Left flat broke by herx boyfriend she is desperate to arn some fast money When the desir. Life after her boyfr There s some sort of magic in the air at The Blue Bistro the food the ambiance the people take your pick it s all intoxicating If you haven
found the to read an Elin Hilderbrand yet Ahem what are you waiting for be prepared to make a new ntry on your bucket list a trip to Nantucket or maybe Family Men even two Making a choice between sun and sand or holiday cheer during Winter Stroll might seemasy I m a beach girl but then again I m not so "sure All I know is after being transported by the author s words "All I know is after being transported by the author s words times I m determined to see it all with my own Creative Participation eyesThrough Adrienne Dealey we get toxperience Nantucket from a newbie s perspective A twenty something prone to flitting from one resort town to the next usually when her most recent relationship goes south Adrienne is determined to leave the hotel scene behind and make some real money working in a restaurant Armed with three self imposed rules she heads from a ski town to the beaches of Nantucket Lucky for her she lands an assistance manager position at one of the high nd restaurants on the island The Blue BistroA world renowned chef who balks at interviews and is best described as a kitchen hermit Fiona s food is remarkable It s not foofoo or over the top fancy it s rich and delicious it s foodgasm worthy by all accounts I m warning you now munching while reading is pretty much a given the vivid descriptions of Fiona s yummy dishes are bound to get your stomach growling Fiona and Thatcher her best friend and business partner have createdt found the
a familial feeling amongst the staff which makes the inner working of the restaurant incredibly fun to watch Therefamilial feeling amongst the staff which makes the inner working of the restaurant incredibly fun to watch There an instant connection between Thatcher and Adrienne but things are complicated by his lifelong friendship with Fiona There s something going on there and Adrienne seems to be the only one that s not in on the secret The author plays up the intrigue well but it s obvious what s going down That s not to say figuring things out took away from the story in any capacity my heart was still torn in twoA ton of mphasis is placed on the food and the day to day of the restaurant which I Cognitive Radio Networks enjoyed but I would have appreciated the same level ofmphasis on Thatcher and Adrienne s relationship There were aspects of their budding romance that were glossed over and sort of left to the reader to infer The nding also felt a tad rushed not uite as satisfying as I imagined Fiona s savory doughnuts to beAll in all this was a great read and definitely one worthy of being dogeared during a day of beach readin. And again And why does such a successful restaurant seem to be in its final season before closing its doors for good Despite her uncertainty Adrienne must decide whether to open her heart for the first time or move on as she always doesInfused with intimate Nantucket detail and filled with the warmth of passion and the breeze of doubt The Blue Bistro is perfect summer reading.