Love and Meatballs

by Susan Volland | Literature & Fiction | This book has not been rated.
ISBN: 0451212401 Global Overview for this book
Registered by Tribefan of Wake Forest, North Carolina USA on 6/8/2011
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Journal Entry 1 by Tribefan from Wake Forest, North Carolina USA on Wednesday, June 08, 2011
A delightful, laugh-out-loud debut novel featuring a 30-something heroine and her big Italian restaurant-owning family.

For Jo Cerbone, being a good daughter means working at the family restaurant alongside her meddlesome brothers, her opinionated sister, and her larger-than-life parents. While she knows she's blessed to have such a big, loving family, it doesn't stop her from indulging in a little secret getaway once in a while-just for the sake of her sanity.

Now isn't exactly the time for any earth-shattering changes. But as Jo suddenly finds herself torn between two different guys-and fighting an assault on her family's livelihood-she starts to realize that life offers a pretty extensive menu, if you have the courage to try.

Journal Entry 2 by Tribefan at Akron Reading Festival in Akron, Ohio USA on Tuesday, February 05, 2013

Released 6 yrs ago (2/9/2013 UTC) at Akron Reading Festival in Akron, Ohio USA

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