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A Portrait of Emily Price
By Katherine Reay
Published by Thomas Nelson
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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"
On 12/7 That Book Gal wrote: Emily tries to fix everything she touches. Once she meets and instantly feels in love with handsome Italian Ben, she tried to help him fix everything including his family. I love Katherine Reay books and A Portrait of Emily Price is no exception. I couldn’t put this book down. There were mysteries ... A Portrait of Emily Price