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  • Suzell Rodriguez

    When in Doubt, Add Butter, a feel-good novel by Beth Harbison. While Gemma, a private chef, struggles with love, she also engages with a fun, eccentric cast of characters.

  • Chick Lit Central

    Chick Lit Central: The Blog!: Book Review: When in Doubt, Add Butter by Beth Harbison

  • Hatboro Library

    From the New York Times bestselling author of Shoe Addicts Anonymous and Always Something There to Remind Me comes a delicious new novel about the search for true love and all the ingredients that go into it. Release Date 7/17

  • Lisa McIntosh

    A Summer Reading List For Bridget Jones Fans: Still obsessed with everything about Bridget Jones?

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