Like Sweet Potato Pie

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  • Title: Like Sweet Potato Pie
  • Author: Jennifer Rogers Spinola
  • ISBN: 9781616263652
  • Page: 124
  • Format: Paperback

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  1. Humorous, with a huge dose of good old Southern charm I loved this book Shiloh is a girl who has made her share of bad choices, but now as a new Christian she continues to battle her past mistakes and new threats to her inheritance from her half sister Shiloh has come from a glamorous life in Japan as a reporter, living well beyond her means to clipping coupons and eating ramen noodles in a small town in Virginia Shiloh faces many choices in this sequel, but now she has great friends, one specia [...]


  2. Shiloh P Jacobs is back, with her debts, cravings for Japanese food, and a brand new faith in Jesus As a well paid journalist, Shiloh had expensive tastes, a sharp contrast from a difficult childhood with a mother for whom details like feeding and clothing your daughter were secondary Now she is struggling financially in a minimum wage job with a mountain of debts, a house that won t sell, a half sister who wants a share of the house proceeds, and a real confusion over what life as a Christian i [...]


  3. I was delighted to get an early release read of this book After reading Southern Fried Sushi I was immediately hooked on Spinola This second books does not disappoint.Shiloh P Jacobs has a new life in Virginia and a new life with Jesus as her Savior Life should be going splendidly for herright Not quite Her finances are a mess, the IRS has a hold of her checking account, her half sister is fighting her for her mom s house, and the house is weeks away from being taken away Not to mention she s wo [...]


  4. This book is the sequel to Southern Fried Sushi, which is also written by Jennifer Rogers Spinola This book is about the struggles of the main character Shiloh She is dealing with financial, family and relationship issues all at once Will she learn to rely on the Lord for her security and learn to trust Him with her life The struggles Shiloh deals with are all ones Christians can relate to The author does a great job of dealing with the characters issues She writes so that you see how the Lord i [...]


  5. Shiloh Jacobs, a new Christian, continues to struggle with her ever growing faith She s still getting settled in the deep south, getting used to southern folks doing the following things talking with a southern accent, eating grits, and shooting deer She misses Japan, but wonders if she ll ever find a way to make it back to her beloved former home She s still suffering from the sting of her plagiarism mistake, which temporarily ended her journalism career.Now that she s living in the home she s [...]


  6. After devouring book one yesterday, I went on to book two tonight It was great to get back to the hills of ol Virginny The quirky yet genuine and down home folks are just so much fun Like book one, Shiloh still can t understand all the ways of the south, but she appreciates it all the same Well.ly anyway The first book was all about Shiloh finding peace and adapting to life in the south Now that she s adapted for the most part , she needs to figure out who this new Shiloh is I loved how she has [...]


  7. Between this book and Southern Fried Sushi, I am so totally homesick for my hometown That is saying a lot because I really hated growing up in a small town Now I spent most of my life in the Shenandoah Valley, but I didn t move to Churchville until I was in 6th grade Growing up there seemed so boring and unexciting and I kind of didn t like everyone knowing everyone else s business After reading these two books, I have a brand new appreciation for that kind of life I may not live it now, but I s [...]


  8. Once working a great job writing in Japan, Shiloh was living the fast life of work and fun times until one day she was accused of plagarism and fired, around the same time her mother passed away and Shiloh inherited her house in Staunton, Virginia Seeing this as an opportunity to escape, Shiloh high tails to Staunton with plans to re vamp the house and sell it and then restart her former life in Japan However, Shiloh being away for the past seven years is about to get a culture shock as she goes [...]


  9. Like Sweet Potato Pie by Jennifer Rogers Spinola 5 STARSLoved Like Sweet Potato Pie Southern Fried Sushi is the first book Time line both take place within the year Both are clean books no swearing, no sex scenes I laughed, cried and was not ready to say good bye.Shiloh is the main character who is changing her life along and every time she thinks things can t go worse they do She starts going to church Works two jobs to try and pay her debts.Adam has a big roll to play still willing to help eve [...]


  10. I loved this book While the first book in the series Southern Fried Sushi starts off slowly and builds to a fun read, this book hits its stride early Shiloh is still a funny, bumbling mess trying to figure out her place in the world Like most Christians, especially new in their faith, she embraces Christ, but the past still calls her in the form of her ex fiance and the dream of working as a reporter again Spinola s style of writing is fun and the characters seem to come alive in this book Becky [...]


  11. I m a new fan and can t wait to read the other novels in the series.Loved the Southern setting Rooted for the characters Although, the stereotypical Southern characterization via the over the top drawl was initially off putting to this particular Southerner.But hey, it s a pet peeve of mine We re not all Duck Dynasty or God forbid, Honey Boo Boo or whatever that dear child s name is, God bless her.Enjoyed learning about the Japanese culture.Looking forward to Jennifer Rogers Spinola novels.


  12. A Recommended Read Like Sweet Potato Pie by Jennifer Rogers Spinola is a beautiful and compelling novel about faith, friendship and family To read my review in its entirety, please visit bookreviewsandbykathy.



  13. This is the sequel to the book, Southern Fried Sushi It picks up with new Christian, Shiloh Jacobs still living in Staunton and learning to live out her faith Another nice, light, chick lit read


  14. This book is sooo good I loved the twists and turns Shiloh comes through in this book to find where she truly belongs Can t wait to dive in to the finale


  15. I struggled with this one, and I did not finish I have now figured out why this is book two and I didn t read book one I had glimpses of thinking I would like this book, but I just couldn t get into it I really think that if I had read book one, I would enjoy this.


  16. Oh, this one was WAY better than the first one I was on the edge of my chair, bed, where ever I happened to be reading I knew from the genre what would happen with Adam It is sort of a formula for these trilogies like the ones by Chautona Havig Book one girl encounters problem and boy comes to rescue Book 2 girl is better off, but still needs rescuing guess who is there Book three wedding bells So the bottom line is, no spoilers here Til Grits Us Do Part has got to be the wedding of Shiloh and A [...]


  17. In my opinion, this book was a bit better than the first book Shiloh, at least, wasn t as annoying as she was in the first book I was annoyed however by the romance portion of this book Any situation that could be thrown at Shiloh and Adam seemed to be put into the book It just seemed too drawn out I was expecting something different and ended up with the same old romance problems Lack of trust and communication.I guess I will finish the series out.


  18. I received this as an Kindle download from NetGalleyFirst let me say this was nothing like what I thought it was going to be, I honestly was kind of disappointed because I just could not get into this book Like Sweet Potato Pie was written pretty well just not my type of book to read I guess Sorry for the crappy review but I just could not get into it to same myself I would still recommend this book to those that LOVE Christian Fiction you may like it better than I did.


  19. This was a solid 4 star but the ending really kicked it to 5 stars It was perfect I don t want to give anything away but I just love how everything worked out for Shiloh and her friends wonderful


  20. This was just as amazing as the first one, if not so Shiloh encounters new challenges and emotions, while attempting to come to terms with the death of her mother I couldn t believe the different characters that showed up in this one from the previous book



  21. This book was a fun continuation of the series.I enjoyed all the many Japanese references and all the events that happened in Shiloh s life.






  22. There are three books in this series Very funny, touching and soul searching, Christian series


  23. Loved the sequel I enjoy reading books set in Virginia or other states I am familiar with This one is set in Staunton, VA, a little less than 90 minutes from me.