Reservations for Two

Reservations for Two

Reservations for Two A culinary concoction of taking chances and finding love in the most delectable places Food writer turned restaurateur Juliette D Alisa has than enough on her plate While her trip to Provence might ha

  • Title: Reservations for Two
  • Author: Hillary Manton Lodge
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 396
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • A culinary concoction of taking chances and finding love in the most delectable places Food writer turned restaurateur Juliette D Alisa has than enough on her plate While her trip to Provence might have unlocked new answers to her grandmother s past, it s also provided new complications in the form of Neil McLaren, the man she can t give up Juliette and Neil fiA culinary concoction of taking chances and finding love in the most delectable places Food writer turned restaurateur Juliette D Alisa has than enough on her plate While her trip to Provence might have unlocked new answers to her grandmother s past, it s also provided new complications in the form of Neil McLaren, the man she can t give up Juliette and Neil find romance simple as they travel through Provence and Tuscany together, but life back home presents a different set of challenges Juliette has a restaurant to open, a mother combating serious illness, and a family legacy of secrets to untangle how does Neil, living so far away in Memphis, fit into to her life As she confronts an uncertain future, Juliette can t help but wish that life could be as straightforward as her chocolate chip cookie recipe Can her French grandmother s letters from the 1940 s provide wisdom to guide her present Or will every new insight create a fresh batch of mysteries From the Trade Paperback edition.

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    I loooove this book. Really love it. And honestly, I think it's hard for second books in trilogies to hold on to the zest of the first while steadily building up to the third. Lodge accomplishes this beautifully. I keep using the word "delectable" when I talk about Reservations (which I doa lot!) because it really is the perfect word. It's also witty and winsome, and I couldn't get enough of the WWII-era Paris letters sprinkled throughout the book. Now I just have to wait for the third *Scarlett [...]

    3.5 Stars- I liked this but not quite as much as the first book, A Table By the Window. Juliette comes off a little spoiled here, proceeding with a relationship that has very little chance of overcoming the long distance hurdle. The mysterious background story of her grandparents in France in 1940 is still very interesting as is the delicious food talk and recipes! Good enough to follow with the third book in the Two Blue Doors series.

    Juliette D’Alisa has a lot going on in her life. Taking a bit of a break from the hustle of preparing to open a restaurant, she travels to the family chateau in Southern France. To her surprise and delight, her boyfriend, Neil, catches a flight to join her there. Together they try to find out more of her grandmother Mireille’s past. When they unearth letters written from Mireille to her sister, Juliette realizes that her family’s secrets go deeper than she previously thought. When she retu [...]

    The writing's just so perfect! Such a delight to read! First the story takes us to visit the French countryside and then on to Paris. I felt like I was there with Juliette. From Paris to Rome and in Rome we get to visit this wonderful Italian family. Juliette, our heroine has a wonderful yet stressful life. Her long-distance boyfriend is pretty much perfect except for one little thing, geography. Back home in Portland from her European visit reality starts to overwhelm Juliette. She loves her bo [...]

    I absolutely savored this book. It's such a perfect blend of romance, nostalgia, and sweet story-telling.

    I really, really wanted to like this book. in fact, I was pretty sure that I was going to like it, simply because I enjoyed the first book in this series a lot. However, I mentioned in my review of the previous book (A Table by the Window) that though the characters were Christians, I didn't always agree on what they seemed to think a Christian walk looks like. However, it didn't overpower the book, and A Table by the Window received a high rating from me. But this book*winces* I have a very str [...]

    Before opening this novel, I definitely recommend reading book one first; Reservations for Two begins immediately where A Table by the Window leaves off. The two could really be one thick book instead of separate entities. Plus, there are some incredible recipes that no one should miss out on (Moroccan Lamb Tagine, for one. Mmmmm.)I love the way the author incorporates recipes with a story. Every recipe included is also mentioned in the story, so for once when reading about some mouthwatering me [...]

    Hillary Manton Lodge established herself as one of the fresh new voices of Foodie Fic with the palatable "A Table by the Window." But that, friends, was an amuse bouche which left many a reader craving the next course. Here, Juliette and Neil and the characters who populate their lives are realistically drawn. From the gorgeous lavender fields of France ,through the sumptuous lyricism of old-time letters to the if-it-can-go-wrong happenstances of Juliette's bourgeoning restaurant, "Reservations [...]

    First, ​Reservations for Two ​is written in classic Hillary Manton Lodge fashion. The words, the food, the recipes, the emotionsl there! I read it, felt like I lived it, devoured it, then entered the book fog (you know the haze of emotions you experience after a book has put you through the ringer).See the rest of the review at: tonishiloh.weebly/blog/rev

    I really liked this book! I think I enjoyed the previous one better. In this one, I felt confused as to who was who as far as Juliette's relatives who was an aunt, who was a cousin, etc. That didn't detract from the storyline, and I loved "traveling" with Neil and Juliette as they went to Italy and then later spent time with his friends, Callan and Tarissa, in Memphis. I also loved skimming through all the recipes yum!!The third (and final!) book cannot be released soon enough!! :)

    Another good read from Hilary Manton Lodge. I enjoyed reading about more about Juliette and her life as she and her brother (and friends) prepare to open Two Blue Doors. However, my favourite part of the book was the family history portion. I loved finding out more details about Mireille and when yet ANOTHER twist in the mystery was introduced, I couldn't believe it!I'm looking forward to finding out what happens next, both with Juliette, and also Mireille!

    I've always had a dream of one day having my own restaurant, but one would have to love cooking, and be really good at it, I would imagine. Unfortunately I love to cook, but not so much that I could hope to base a restaurant on that idea. More of a cook when I need to be. In Reservations for Two from author Hillary Manton Lodge, we get to experience that fun and not so fun side of life, while Juliette D'Alisa is attempting to open her own restaurant in Portland, Oregon. All this way trying to ju [...]

    This book picks up right where the first one (A Table by the Window) left off, in Provence, France. While a person doesn’t have to read the books in order to enjoy the series, I think reading the first would allow a deeper understanding and appreciation for the characters.Like the first book in the series, Hillary has included several fun elements that add to the story — I’m talking about several tantalizing recipes sprinkled through the chapters. They made me hungry at 1am. And, fun littl [...]

    RESEÑA COMPLETA EN ESPAÑOLDid you ever imagine you could find recipes in a novel? Well, these books have recipes!Juliette D'Alisa comes from an Italo-French family with food in the blood, but unlike her brothers, she is not a chef but writes articles about cooking. After the death of her grandmother, she finds a photograph of a mysterious man who looks like her brother, Nico, but that he’s not the grandfather Juliette knew all her life. Determined to discover the secret of her family, she be [...]

    by Andrea Renee CoxSometimes a long wait is very much worth it. The second installment of Hillary Manton Lodge’s Two Blue Doors trilogy proved that to be true. Reservations for Two is a delectable tale of sweet romance, heart recipes, and family mysteries that span several generations. Plus, it has a stunning cover that I’d love to slip into for a while.As Juliette D’Alisa prepares to open a new restaurant with her brother, Nico, she gets caught up in the family mysteries that unfold in ha [...]

    Life seemed simple while traveling through Europe. Explore new foods, develop a new romance, push the boundaries of the comfort zone among other things for Juliette. But once she returns, you will experience with her the questions of life. Where is this really going? What new things will get thrown at her?I loved the first book in this series and really enjoyed this second one. It had a different flavor than the first, and I almost found it a little slower moving. But what is not to love about f [...]

    If this is a new author to you and you haven't read the first book in this series, you really must before you delve into this one. The two go together and not a lot makes sense without reading the first book. That being said this story was slightly disappointing for me and hard for me to fully get into. I love Juliette and the food aspect is so fun to read. There are wonderful quotes at the start of each chapter that have something to do with food. There are also many recipes throughout the book [...]

    It was first time that I have read one of Hillary Manton Lodge's books. Thank you Hillary for a complimentary copy in exchange for an honest review!The story was moving slowly, even though author tried to show the characters are involved in a fast paced and busy life. I struggled to keep reading especially in the first few chapters. The trip to Europe was a good distraction though, but I felt that there were too many characters and relationship which left loose… I did get interested in the old [...]

    I gave the first one in this 3-book series 5 stars, this one only 3 stars. I still love the family, the bits about the restaurant and food, recipes, travel to France and Italy and I loved the story of Juliette's grandmother during WWII. However, Juliette herself got on my nerves so bad that I almost tossed it aside, she became whiny, crying all the time, indecisive about her boyfriend. Finally, she broke up with her long-distance boyfriend because he dared to try to prepare her for the truth abo [...]

    Sweeter than the first one but with a great twist at the end. I'm trying to imagine how this story is going to end and I really hope an epic finale!

    I loved this book! The story is lovely, and I think it is wonderful that the author includes recipes for the dishes the characters create.

    Hillary Manton Lodge is head and shoulders above most Christian fiction writers. The writing flows well and the dialogue is one hundred percent believable. I loved the food/restaurant theme and appreciated characters who obviously believe in God without being preachy. The mystery being solved via WWII letters was intriguing.In the first book in the series, romance is in the background. In this book, it's front and center and, frankly, it never held my interest. Insecure heroines are one of my pe [...]

    A pleasant read about the restaurant business, the recipes scattered throughout the book were lovely and the beautiful descriptions of Italy and France made me want to travel to those countries.The gentle mystery based around Juliet's Grandmother was fascinating and sad at the same time.I enjoyed the mix of the past and the present and the romance was sweet but sad considering the time zone and distance that kept Juliet and Neil apart.I look forward to reading the third book in the series Togeth [...]

    While I enjoyed the first book in the “Two Blue Doors” series, I had some trouble getting through this one. The beginning of the book is a beautiful trip through France and Italy, but once she’s back in the US, Juliette turns into an extremely whiny, selfish person. I was rather surprised and disappointed in her actions in the last two chapters of the book. I’ve basically given up on Juliette; the main reason I want to read book 3 in this series is to find out what happened with Juliette [...]

    This book is so good! I loved it. It started exactly where book #1 left off, and it ended abruptly! I'm sure the next book in the series will begin right where this one ended. This book is really two stories--the one in the present with Juliette and her family opening a new restaurant, and the one in the past, told through letters exchanged by Juliette's grandmother and her sister in pre-WW 2 Europe. I can't wait to find out happens in each one

    Partly a love story and partly a mystery. The story is good but I didn't like reading the letters from her grandmother in the story. And it was hard to read because of the script print. They could have left that out altogether and just given a synopsis of the letters.

    I was very thankful I already had this book on my Kindle when I finished #1, because there is hardly a breath between the two! Again, Lodge has great characters, great plot, enough mystery to keep you reading, and just generally an overall great read!

    Enjoying reading how the story is progressing. The mystery of Juliette's genealogy is interesting. Intrigued to see how the series ends. Adrien or Neil?

    Enjoyed this book a little more than the first one. I liked how her grandmothers letters were included. Sometimes families have their own secrets that only a selected few are chosen to know the truth. It was interesting to see How Juliette and Neil's long distant relationship was working. I'm looking forward to book three.

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