My Review of “The Recipe Box” by Viola Shipman

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Viola Shipman, Author of “The Recipe Box” has written a delightful, charming and heartwarming story of  family, love, tradition and change. The Genres of this novel are Fiction and Women’s Fiction. The story takes place in Northern Michigan and New York.

The author describes her characters as likable, resourceful, hardworking, and enterprising. Sam Mullins comes back to the family orchard and pie baking business and shoppes, after a major disappointment in New York City. Sam has trained as a specialty chef, and wanted to leave the family orchard to find herself. Now she finds herself back home.

Sam learns about the history of the women in her family, and how the orchard was saved by the women in the family. . All of the women had a recipe box with a special key to keep their treasured baking  recipes a secret to be passed down to the woman in the family.  The family loves to bake, and baking is symbolic to showing love and following tradition.

Is their a recipe that will allow Sam to find where she should be and the answers to her dreams?  What does the key to the recipe box represent?  I recommend this enjoyable story to those readers of women’s fiction. I received an ARC from NetGalley for my honest review.

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