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The Blue Bistro ($9.99 Ed.)

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Most Helpful Favorable Review

6 out of 8 people found this review helpful.

Exciting, interesting read.

The Blue Bistro is a fine dining restaurant located on the beach of Nantucket. This is a complex and emotional story about the owners, Thatcher Smith and Fiona Kemp and a girl, Adrienne, running from a drug addicted ex boyfriend who stole her money. Thatcher, a conflict...
The Blue Bistro is a fine dining restaurant located on the beach of Nantucket. This is a complex and emotional story about the owners, Thatcher Smith and Fiona Kemp and a girl, Adrienne, running from a drug addicted ex boyfriend who stole her money. Thatcher, a conflicted character, loves Fiona deeply, as a friend, but his love runs so deep that this unique friendship has interfered with his past love interests. Fiona suffers, since childhood, from Cystic Fibrosis. She is on the list for a lung transplant.
Adrienne has been working all over the world in the hotel industry. Adrienne is hired by Thatcher to run the front of the restaurant.
Love grows between Adrienne and Thatcher. Every night when the Blue Bistro closes Thatcher and his partner chef Fiona share dinner in the kitchen where she hides from society, which leaves Adrienne confused until she finds out the truth about her "rival" and why the Blue Bistro will close after this summer. Exciting, interesting read!

posted by BLUEEYEBE on June 15, 2010

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Most Helpful Critical Review

1 out of 3 people found this review helpful.

Great book, but last 20 pages - what happened???

I started reading this book only a few nights ago and was really enjoying it until I got to the very end. So as not to ruin it for others, I'll just say that what happened in the end was not believable and not necessary and quite frankly left me asking 'why??', and the...
I started reading this book only a few nights ago and was really enjoying it until I got to the very end. So as not to ruin it for others, I'll just say that what happened in the end was not believable and not necessary and quite frankly left me asking 'why??', and the last page itself - given who the characters were, I expected more - I expected some emotion, some gusto. There wasn't any! Very disappointing ending.

posted by Anonymous on August 17, 2007

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