The best part about this book by Elin Hilderbrand is the description of all the wonderful food! Adrienne lives kind of like a gypsy, traveling around the world, working at various hotels and resorts. She finds herself on Nantucket working at the most popular restaurant called the Blue Bistro. Adrienne is intrigued by the owners Thatcher Smith and Fiona Kemp. Thatcher hired her as his right hand without any restaurant experience and Fiona is quite obscure – she’s nationally known but refused to do interviews and rarely comes out of the kitchen. Quickly, Adrienne becomes part of this exciting atmosphere and she’s not looking forward to the final closing of the restaurant at the end of the summer. With wonderfully developed characters and an interesting story, I could not stop reading this book. I’ve read several other books by Elin, but this is by far my favorite.