Three Good Things

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Atria Books
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5.56 X 8.37 X 0.56 inches | 0.49 pounds
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About the Author
Wendy Francis is the author of five novels: Summertime Guests, Bad Behavior, The Summer Sail, The Summer of Good Intentions, and Three Good Things. She is a former book editor whose work has appeared in Good Housekeeping, The Washington Post, Redbook, Yahoo Parenting, Salon, HuffPost, and WBUR's Cognoscenti. She lives outside of Boston with her husband and son.
"A toothsome tale . . . a debut as light, sweet, and fluffy as Danish pastry dough. Culinary romance lovers--fans of Sharon Boorstein, Susan Mallery, and Deirdre Martin--will devour it."-- "Library Journal"
"Three Good Things is a flavorful tale of sisters and second chances, fresh starts and sweet surprises. Wendy Francis has written a rich debut, sure to delight the lucky readers who discover her here."--Barbara O'Neal "author of How to Bake a Perfect Life"
"Wendy Francis's Three Good Things is as sweet, rich, and comforting as a Danish kringle, spiced with lots of good surprises."--Nancy Thayer "author of Heat Wave"
"A lovely story about people you wish were your next-door neighbors. I wish, too, the kringle shop were next door, because I loved the mouthwatering descriptions of its treats. Curl up with this book, along with a cup of tea and a kringle (what else?) and lose yourself in a world you won't want to leave after you turn the last page."--Eileen Goudge "author of The Replacement Wife"
"Like gossip over morning coffee in the kitchen . . . warm and comforting."-- "Kirkus Reviews"
"Ellen and Lanie are great characters. . . . Engaging."-- "Booklist"
"There are so many good things to say about Three Good Things. It's a warm, witty and wise story of sisters on their journey through love and life. Wendy Francis's new novel is as delicious as the kringles made in Ellen's bakeshop."--Susan Wiggs "author of The Goodbye Quilt"