A Pinch of Salt

A Pinch of Salt Summary

For the past year, talented chef Millie has been consumed with running her new catering business with her sisters, Dru and Tasha. It isn't until Jackson walks through their door that she realizes something may be missing in the recipe of her life.

For the past year, Jackson has been dealing with the fallout of his wife's abandonment. He's had to learn how to be a single father to their eight-year-old daughter, and will do anything to fill the void her mother left. It isn't until he commissions Millie for his daughter's birthday party that he realizes he's forgotten that he's not only a father, but a man.

They both think they're content in their lives, but sometimes the right amount of spice can turn an okay dish into a magnificent one. A Pinch of Salt may be all that's needed to bring Millie and Jackson the flavor they've been missing.

Book Reviews

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Ups and downs5 star

Relationships can be complicated.More so if children are involved.They need time to heal and know both parents have gone their separate ways before they can accept someone new in their lives.When this happens it make it easier for the parent as well as the child.55


A pinch of salt2 star

A predictable story that would have been much better without the explicit sex.25


A pinch of salt5 star

Great read55


A pinch of Salt5 star

Such a cute, romantic story. Unlike some other stories I’ve read, I liked that the focus was more on character development, versus just sex scenes. I enjoyed the close relationship between the 3 sisters- there for each other through the good & the bad.55


Sweet4 star

I really enjoyed the story, however, I did notice a few spelling and grammatical errors. Pretty good overall.45


This book was okay3 star

The book was okay, I found myself skipping through chunks of it without actually reading. It’s probably more suited to seniors in high school than adults, the dialogue seemed teeny-bopper and not so much 28 y-o with a business.35


A Pinch of Salt1 star

Didn’t like the flow of story. Tried just skipping pages and even that was too long.15


A Pinch of Salt5 star

I’ve only just started, but this is a pet peeve. A book about bakers should at least get the terminology right. A macaroon is not a colorful little cookie. It is a coconut cookie. A macaron is a colorful little cookie. Now back to the story.55

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