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Publisher's Summary

Sadie Dawson's mother goes into labor hours before her great-grandfather's 100th birthday party and Mom refuses to cancel the festivities! Now it's up to domestically-challenged Sadie to host the dinner party - only she hasn't a clue how to cook a turkey.
This could be the mother of all culinary disasters, but with the help of her two best friends, Sadie is determined to pull off the best dinner party in a hundred years. And maybe land Mr. Right, too.
Mary Jane Wells' effortless narration adds just the right dash of spice to this breezy chick lit romantic comedy. You might just have seen her in the films Elena Undone and Meth Head, or as Josie Marks in the HBO series The Newsroom, or caught her work on the Downton Abbey audiobooks.
©2012 Rachel Elizabeth Cole (P)2014 Mondello Publishing
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By Deedra on 04-24-15

How to cook up a Disaster

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This was a fast,fun read.It's grandpes 100th birthday,Mom goes into labor and 1 20 something is left to figure it all out for the first time ever! Mary Jane Wells did a great job narrating this story!I was gifted a copy for a fair review.

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By Amazon Customer on 04-07-15

Nice but wish it were longer...

If you could sum up How to Cook Up a Disaster in three words, what would they be?

Funny, Heart-warming and Plausible

Who was your favorite character and why?

The old people of course. The fact that they feel entitled to saying anything they wish to and often do so is hilarious.

Which character – as performed by Mary Jane Wells – was your favorite?

The bitter sister.

Did you have an extreme reaction to this book? Did it make you laugh or cry?

Oh I laughed...oh how I laughed because I have been there.

Any additional comments?

I would read any other books this person wrote.

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