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"You'll want to linger." -People "Wonderful." -USA Today (online) "The Late Bloomers' Club is a downright delightful read. . . It has everything you want from a small town summer read: sweetness, charm, and a side of romance." -HelloGiggles "Readers with a sweet tooth and a passion for dogs are sure to enjoy The Late Bloomers' Club. . . charming." -BookPage "A transportive book, and one that activates the senses: the smell of cider donuts, the taste of elderberry juice and corn in red-and-white cardboard boats drenched in butter and flecked with sea salt, and the summertime warmth of rural New England. " -The Boston Globe "As warm and cozy as buttered brioche and tea next to the fireplace on a winter morning. . . will appeal to fans of Jan Karon's 'Mitford' books and Jennifer Chiaverini's 'Elm Creek Quilts' series." -Library Journal "Heartwarming, charming and utterly fascinating, The Late Bloomers' Club is a beautifully rendered peek behind the scenes of a small town, its community and its mysteries. I adored this novel." -Patti Callahan Henry, New York Times bestselling author of The Bookshop at Water's End "Written with insight, honesty, and dry wit, The Late Bloomers' Club is as cheery and warming as a campfire, an escape into a world where the cakes are homemade, the summer evenings glimmer with fireflies, and thoughtfulness always triumphs." -Ann Mah, author of The Lost Vintage "The people in Guthrie have no shortage of troubles, but they also have compassion, imagination, humor, and a camaraderie we badly need in today's world. Miller's novels are not only worlds I love to spend time in, I want to live there." -Jenna Blum, New York Times bestselling author of The Lost Family Praise for The City Baker's Guide to Country Living: "Miller elevates the story by turning it into a Pinterest fantasy of rural America. . . [Her] visions of bucolic Vermont landscapes, cinnamon-scented kitchens and small-town friendliness make this reverie of country life an appealing one." -The New York Times Book Review "This book is super cozy-probably because it takes place in a small town in Vermont, and because the protagonist has a dog named Salty, and because she's a baker who spends her days working at an inn. Okay, it's Gilmore Girls." -Bon Appetit, "8 Food Novels You Need to Read this Summer" "Add in some romance and mouth-watering food descriptions, and Louise Miller's debut novel is a giant serving of comfort food. Treat yourself." -RealSimple "[An] endearing debut. . . Miller, a pastry chef herself, writes about food with vivid detail, but her rhythmic prose is even crisper when her interests converge [and she] also excels at characterization, revealing her protagonist's complex pasts in subtle ways." -Publishers Weekly "Beautifully light and rich. . . . Comforting without being cozy, this is escapist fiction for those who want a quieter-and tastier-life." -Elle.com "Mix in one part Diane Mott Davidson's delightful culinary adventures with several tablespoons of Jan Karon's country living and quirky characters, bake at 350 degrees for one rich and warm romance." -Library Journal "Pies aren't simple. Neither is Livvy or The City Baker's Guide to Country Living. All three, however, are capable of warming the heart." -PopMatters "With insight, warmth, and humor, Louise Miller describes life in a kitchen as only an experienced baker can. A magnificent debut." -J. Ryan Stradal, author of Kitchens of the Great Midwest "This book comes with a warning: do not read while hungry. Absolutely charming and perfectly delicious. Bliss." -Natasha Solomons, author of The Song of Hartgrove Hall "A soup-to-nuts treat. If only Livvy Rawlings could move her whisks and mixing bowls into your own kitchen to work the magic
Louise Miller is the author of The City Baker's Guide to Country Living. She is a pastry chef who lives, writes and bakes in Boston, MA. The Late Bloomers' Club is her second novel.