"Waiting On" Wednesday is a weekly event, hosted here, that spotlights upcoming releases that we're eagerly anticipating.
This week's pre-publication "can't-wait-to-read" selection is:
By Ashley Warlick
Publication Date: February 9
Los Angeles, 1934. Mary Frances is on the cusp of becoming M.F.K. Fisher—the writer whose artful personal essays about food created a genre. Young, restlessly married, and returning from her first sojourn in France, she is hungry, and not just for food: She begins writing to impress friend and neighbor Tim, who seems to understand her better than anyone. Mary Frances and her husband, Al, no longer share the things that once bound them together—a good glass of wine, a fine meal, their creative and passionate energy. After a night’s transgression, it’s only a matter of time before Mary Frances claims what she truly wants, plunging all three of them into a tangled triangle of affection that will have far-reaching effects on their families, their careers, and their lives.
What's your "waiting on" pick this week?
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Love the sound of this one! Thanks....
Sounds interesting though I don't usually go for this type of thing it sounds like a quick sexy read.
Sounds interesting. Being a foodie, my eyes sort out the word food first! LOL
-Nikita @Njkinny's World of Books & Stuff
Oooo I love adding the element of food and women authors into this! Sounds like a good read.
Your pick sounds... and forgive me here, but I couldn't resist... delicious ;)
Not my usual, but it sounds quite intriguing. :3
Looks interesting. The addition of the food aspect will, I think, either be amazing or distracting. My WoW
Sounds interesting. Thanks for sharing it!
Ooh, love triangle! Messy.
Hmmm....I'm not sure if I'd enjoy this one or not. I'll have to look a little closer!
Love the cover!
This sounds intriguing! I'll have to add this to my TBR.
Never heard of this one, sounds interesting!
Sounds interesting, hope you enjoy!
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