This book is not especially well written, or well plotted, but appropriately enough, it was a comfort read.
It is the story of Gus, who after being hit by tragedy creates a life and a future for herself and her two daughters as the host of a very successful show on the Food Channel.
Now she's about to hit 50 and her ratings are running backwards. There is a real chance she might lose her show, and the alternative she is more or less forced into is not going to upset just her life.
Kate Jacobs does tend to put too many characters with too many issues into her books. As a consequence none of the story lines gets the attention it probably deserves, and the ending feels a bit rushed and unfinished for some of the characters.
Still, this was an easy read, with characters I enjoyed spending time with.