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A Portrait of Emily Price
By Katherine Reay
Published by Thomas Nelson
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On 2/23 A Book Lover wrote: Paperback: 368 pagesPublisher: Thomas Nelson (November 1, 2016)Language: EnglishISBN-10: 0718077911ISBN-13: 978-0718077914Art restorer Emily Price has never encountered anything she can’t fix—until she meets Ben, an Italian chef, who seems just right. But when Emily follows Ben home to Italy, she ... A Portrait of Emily Price by Katherine Reay (Review)
On 2/17 Christian Chick's Thoughts wrote: At the end of 2013, I discovered Katherine Reay's Dear Mr. Knightley. It's a beautiful novel that I read in one evening because it was so "unputdownable." I still haven't read her follow-up, Lizzy and Jane, but I was thrilled to get my hands on The Brontë Plot last year. Turns out my expectations ... "A Portrait of Emily Price" by Katherine Reay
On 2/13 Kellie DeMarsh wrote: This follows the character Emily Price. Emily is an Art Restorer. She loves her Job and cannot imagine doing anything else. Emily loses her Joband feeling sad. She meets Ben a Italian chef. They start an unlikely freindship.Emily is afraid of getting hurt but decides Ben could be a good romantic guy.Ben ... A Portrait Of Emily Price
On 1/17 Lady Bibliophile wrote: Friday we went gallivanting and got back at a scandalously late hour, so Saturday was clearly a day for curling up with a book. The book of choice was a nice, easy read: A Portrait of Emily Price, by Katherine Reay. I'd encountered Katherine's bookish references inserted into modern settings through ... A Portrait of Emily Price, by Katherine Reay
On 1/4 Stephanie Cherry wrote: I chose this book to review because it is about a woman who does restoration for a living. Restoring a one hundred year old house, that piqued my interest. In the beginning, I trudged through it somewhat. I do not like things that are designed to manipulate me emotionally and this felt like that typical ... A Fun Little Side Read
On 12/31 Savings in Seconds wrote: I tried, I really did. My heart wanted to love A Portrait of Emily Pricenofollow. It’s hard for me to admit that I didn’t really like it because there was so much to love. Unfortunately, it missed the mark for me. It was a little like ordering a favorite dish at a restaurant then finding that ... A Portrait of Emily Price by Katherine Reay
On 12/28 Karin Beery wrote: I'm having a really hard writing this review because I'm still not entirely sure how I felt about the book. Overall I feel like the description is a bit misleading - I expected this to be more of a romance, for Ben's and Emily's relationship to be a main component of the novel, but it's more or less ... Not what I expected, but not bad.
On 12/23 Baker Kella wrote: While this wasn’t my favorite of Reay’s, I do love that she stayed true to her writing style, realistic characters, and the novels she’s somewhat parodying…this just wasn’t the book for me and that’s okay. I can re-read Lizzy and Jane as often as my heart desires.🙂 I’m also super excited ... A Portrait of Emily Price
On 12/18 Elle Alice wrote: Reay's charming style that made her other novels so endearing certainly does not lack in this one. It is a whirlwind story about Emily Price, a girl who fixes things (its her job, actually) ... and sometimes people (or she tries to, that is). She falls fast for a sweet and ambitious Italian chef in Atlanta ... A Portrait of Emily Price
On 12/11 Janet Reeves wrote: Reading Katherine Reay's books is like taking a leisurely stroll through lovely new territory and finding a treasure at the end. It's relaxing and pleasurable, a nice change from suspenseful and intense. Her newest, A Portrait of Emily Price, takes readers into the art world, the restaurant business, ... Book Review: "A Portrait of Emily Price"