I don’t know why I’ve got Fall on my brain, when there

I don’t know why I’ve got Fall on my brain, when there

8/21/2021, 6:29:53 PM
I don’t know why I’ve got Fall on my brain, when there isn’t really FALL here in North California (I’ve been wearing my cozy sweater all year round so…) but today I’m just in the mood for apple picking and cider and cider donuts and hayrides… So I pulled this beauty down from my shelf and moved it up my TBR. . Mix food and my mood and you’ve basically got my perfect book. ha. I actually don’t know why I haven’t read this one yet (it came out in May and I saw it all over Instagram at the time) Anyone already read it? No spoilers, but I’d love to hear what you thought! . SO, tell me what your food and mood is today. (and if you’re a writer or an author, maybe run through the comments and write these food moods into books for us to devour. ha. I could really use a good book that incorporates pizza making or burritos.) . (Use code: PAGES for 25% off at @mukluks Synopsis: charming new novel about a prickly but gifted cider-maker whose quiet life is interrupted by the arrival of a handsome man and his young son at her family’s careworn orchard by the author of The Coincidence of Coconut Cake and Luck, Love & Lemon Pie. . Focused and unassuming fifth generation cider-maker Sanna Lund has one desire: to live a simple, quiet life on her family’s apple orchard in Door County, Wisconsin. Although her business is struggling, Sanna remains fiercely devoted to the orchard, despite her brother’s attempts to convince their aging father to sell the land. . Single dad Isaac Banks has spent years trying to shield his son Sebastian from his troubled mother. Fleeing heartbreak at home, Isaac packed up their lives and the two headed out on an adventure, driving across the country. Chance—or fate—led them straight to Sanna’s orchard. . Isaac’s helping hands are much appreciated at the apple farm, even more when Sanna’s father is injured in an accident. As Sanna’s formerly simple life becomes increasingly complicated, she finds solace in unexpected places—friendship with young Sebastian and something more deliciously complex with Isaac—until an outside threat infiltrates the farm.

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