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'Til Grits Do Us Part

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  • Anonymous

    Posted July 6, 2013

    Southern Fried Sushi Series

    I really enjoyed this series! The books were quick, fun reads with entertaining, endearing Southern characters and a well rounded storyline. Although the third book was my personal favorite, the entire series is worth the read if you enjoy lighthearted Christian fiction. I' ve already shared these with several friends and we' ve all enjoyed discussing the stories!

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  • Anonymous

    Posted May 13, 2013


    I read all 3 books in a weekend! I couldn't put them down! I fell in love with Adam and Shiloh from the get go and so happy to see that Shiloh's faith pulled her through!!! :D

    1 out of 1 people found this review helpful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted September 18, 2014

    Really great book

    Good ending to the Southern Fried Sushi series. It was a lot darker than the earlier books. Not bad, just the element of danger with a stalker and all. I think it was great that the author addressed such a serious issue. People just don't seem to take stalking seriously.
    But the best part was the hilarious cow tipping at the beginning of the book. It was so funny!
    It's going to be sad to say goodbye to the characters in this book. Becky, Faye, Stella, and Kyoko were so great. And Shiloh and adam of course!

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  • Posted December 3, 2012

    Although Jenny Spinola's Southern Fried Sushi series might be cl

    Although Jenny Spinola's Southern Fried Sushi series might be classified as women's fiction, this sixty-six-year-old gentleman has thoroughly enjoyed each of the three books. I had the honor of reading the original version--back when it was a two hundred and some thousand word single novel--and it's been great fun seeing how Jenny's writing has progressed since then. As a Southerner, I fully appreciate her wit--especially barbs at certain Southernisms. Her characters are people it's easy to become close to and care about, her descriptions are simply amazing, and the suspense helps to balance out a well-plotted story. Be on the lookout for Yellowstone Memories (not sure when it's due out) next; it'll be another winner.

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  • Posted November 2, 2012

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    Southern Fried Sushi Series Book 3

    Til Grits do Us Part by Jennifer Rogers Spinola Southern Fried Sushi Series Book 3 Shiloh P. Jacobs is back again with a new adventure. It’s almost a year ago she drove her rental car into this hick town and she spent most of that year trying to escape out of it. Mourning her time in Japan as she thinks about the sites, sounds, subways and culture of her beloved Tokyo verses the blaring music, jacked up trucks and lack of sushi in Staunton, Virginia. Suddenly Shiloh's boring life changes when it goes from planning her wedding to Adam to the possibility of a murderer being back in town. Twelve years ago a woman disappeared and was assumed dead. Working at The Leader, the local newspaper, Shiloh is trying to avoid taking on this story….unfortunately it seems she might not have a choice when she gets pulled into it. Willing or not. To follow the entire adventure of Shiloh P. Jacobs you will definitely want to read the first two books in this series: Southern Fried Sushi and Like Sweet Potato Pie. This book brings back all the quirky and crazy characters you’ll meet in those first two books. Kyoko, her goth loving friend she worked with in Japan, Adam her fiance, and Tim and Becky are a married couple that are about as redneck as they come….and proud of it! This book has romance, mystery and plenty of humor. So make yourself a nice bowl of grits and join the fun. **Received through NetGalley for review

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    Posted May 9, 2013

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