Review; Cooking for Ghosts (The Secret Spice Cafe Trilogy #1) by Patricia V. Davis

Ages ago I read Cooking for Ghosts by Patricia V. Davis and today I'll post my review.

Description from Goodreads
Do hearts broken long ago forever leave a tangible trace?

A Vegas cocktail waitress. An Indian herbalist. A British chemistry professor. An Italian-American widow. Four unique women with one thing in common: each is haunted by a tragedy from her past.

Cynthia, Rohini, Jane, and Angela meet on a food blogging site and bond over recipes. They decide on impulse to open The Secret Spice, an elegant café on the magnificent ocean liner, the RMS Queen Mary, currently a floating hotel in Long Beach, California. Rich in history and tales of supernatural occurrences, the ship hides her own desperate secrets.

The women are surrounded by ghosts long before they step aboard, but once they do, nothing is quite what it seems. Not the people they meet, not their brooding chef’s mystic recipes, and not the Queen Mary herself. Yet the spirits they encounter help them discover that there’s always a chance to live, as long as one is alive.

Nominated for the prestigious National Book Critics Circle Award for Fiction, COOKING FOR GHOSTS is an unforgettable tale of love, redemption, and divine female power.

My Thoughts on the Book
I just loved this book. The characters, the plot and the storyline are well developed and interesting in a good way. It has cooking, ghosts, a famous ship, humour and a bit of mystery. It's an enjoyable read overall.

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