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Jax writes here as well as she does in her novel. Her anecdotes were vivid and lively. The image of her carrying a tiny spoon in her purse to avoid cross-contamination at buffets had me laughing out loud!
Jax has chutzpah and charm when it comes to talking to waiters, no doubt about THAT! I can see her fixing her eye on a maitre'd and sweeping him along in her personal aura into complying with her requests. A breezy, easy style of floating into rooms and rising above all the dreaded gluten molecules makes a wheat-free life easier, no doubt about that, either.
Unfortunately, this book seems to have been rushed to publication to take advantage of the new market of… Read more