Tressa is admirably sure of almost everything -- her career as a successful food writer, her great friends, and her vibrant New York lifestyle. When Dan -- good-looking, capable, and trustworthy -- shows up on her doorstep, she hopes that he's The One. Soon they are married, but once all the excitement of the wedding is behind her, Tressa is struck with an awful idea: Maybe Dan isn't the great love of her life, much as she wants him to be. Amidst her uncertainty, Tressa finds an unexpected beacon: the journals and recipes of her grandmother, who had the kind of marriage that Tressa always believed she should have -- the perfect marriage. Or so Tressa thought. They're generations and oceans apart, yet in this charming, beautifully imagined novel, two women learn that marriage, like brown bread, is both sturdy and fragile, and never to be taken for granted.
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May 01, 2006
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