The Baker's Apprentice

The Baker's Apprentice

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Book - 2005
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Finding unexpected contentment in her life as a night-shift bread baker, Wyn Morrison explores a new relationship with Mac the bartender in spite of difficult issues from his past and Wyn's own marital troubles, but when Mac abruptly leaves town, Wyn learns important life lessons from a grieving apprentice.

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Judith Ryan Hendricks, who Booklist has said "calls to mind Barbara Kingsolver in her affinity for wise women and the power of close female friendships," continues the saga of the Queen Street Bakery in The Baker's Apprentice.

Wynter Morrison -- first introduced in the bestselling Bread Alone -- has found contentment in a life very different from anything she ever imagined: making bread on the night shift, learning the fine points of running a bakery, and exploring the possibilities of a relationship with Mac, her on-again, off-again love interest.

But Mac's failure to deal with issues in his past creates friction, Wyn's soon-to-be-ex husband is turning their divorce into guerrilla warfare, and she is reminded of how quickly life can reverse direction without warning.

Mac's abrupt departure is a shock, but conflicts at the bakery and her friend Tyler's tragic loss afford Wyn little time for brooding. Then letters from Mac begin to arrive, casual and distant at first, but gradually becoming more personal and revealing.

In his absence, Wyn finds she not only learns more about Mac but also about herself, as she becomes Tyler's mentor, passing on the wisdom and healing power of bread making. Her new self-awareness and resiliency will be tested when the Queen Street Bakery's existence is threatened, as well as when Mac returns and she must decide whether there is still a place for him in her life.

From critically acclaimed author Judith Ryan Hendricks comes the next chapter of the Queen Street Bakery, where questions are answered and old friends are revisited.



Publisher: New York : William Morrow, 2005
Edition: 1st ed
ISBN: 9780060726171
0060726172
Branch Call Number: FICTION HENDRICKS
FICTION HENDRICKS
Characteristics: 372 p

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Nov 24, 2014

A book by a woman, about a woman, for women. Men are described as either abusive, idiots, or unable/unwilling to express themselves. In the meantime, the main character, Wyn, behaves like a spoiled little girl who still misses her daddy who died 15 years ago! This book is a glorified Harlequin romance.

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