✺ Harlots Sauce Epub ✽ Author Patricia V. Davis – Buyphenergan500.us

Harlots Sauce When Patricia, The Naive American Meets Gregori, The Gorgeous Greek, Her Sicilian Born Father Takes Spectacularly Extreme Measures To Try To Stop Her From Marrying Him This Is Just One Of Many Wrong Reasons Why Patricia Is All The Determined To Do So She Even Moves With Gregori To Greece, Where He Insists He Must Be In Order To Be Happy Once There, She Discovers That Though She Might Not Save Her Marriage, She Just Might Save Herself With Vivid Descriptions Of Life In Beautiful, Modern Day Greece, This Memoir Is Both A Tasty Treat And An Exhilarating Sail On The Hellenic Seas Through Xenophobia, Dysfunctional Family Units, Religious Ravings, Obsessive Protocols, Political Disorder, European Football, And Fabulous Food As The Italians Say, Buon Appetito Good Appetite As The Greeks Say, Kalo Taxidi Good Voyage

✺ Harlots Sauce  Epub ✽ Author Patricia V. Davis – Buyphenergan500.us
  • Paperback
  • 282 pages
  • Harlots Sauce
  • Patricia V. Davis
  • English
  • 03 July 2018
  • 0981915302

    10 thoughts on “✺ Harlots Sauce Epub ✽ Author Patricia V. Davis – Buyphenergan500.us


  1. says:

    Where should I begin I won this as a First Reads giveaway and really looked forward to reading it It started out so well and I was very encouraged Unfortunately, it turned into almost a non stop whinefest I appreciated the author s challenges and her desire to hold her family together I was alternately impressed and repulsed by her willingness to lose her identity to achieve that goal I was glad to see her ov...


  2. says:

    The author tells a great story about growing up in an Italian American household and then marrying her Greek husband and the melding or not of their two cultures.I couldn t help but wonder throughout her story what the other side would sound like, either from her parents or her husband Gregori I m sure they would offer an entirely different perspective.I also wonder if they had a proofreader for this book If they did, he she should be fired The typographical and grammatical errors were num The author tells a great story about growing up in an Italian American household and then marrying her Greek husband and the melding or not of their two cultures.I couldn t help but wonder throughout her story what the other side would sound like, either from her parents or her husband Gregori I m sure they would offer an entirely different perspective.I also wonder if they had a proofreader for ...


  3. says:

    If I were to describe Patricia in one word it would be determined Patricia has a determination to succeed in whatever she attempts This story shows how determined she was to make her marriage work, even though ultimately it didn t.The choice for Harlot s Sauce in the title wasn t clear at first, but as you read the story you realize it was her life s attempt on making something delicious out of limited ingedients.She us...


  4. says:

    I absolutely loved this book Not only b c it was written by my 6th grade teacher and friend but because it shows life s ups downs I was able to relate the experiences in the book to my own life I m so proud of her and recommen...


  5. says:

    There was so much angst and drama in the first half of the book she tries to please her Italian American parents, tries to figure out what it means to be an Italian American and then moves on to trying to please and re please her husband.When does she please herself She thought she had found a kindred spirit, someone who understood her other American self in her Greek American husband, Gregori.Boy, was she mistaken.There were definitely clues that this match was doomed from the beginning.He There was so much angst and drama in the first half of the book she tries to please her Italian American parents, tries ...


  6. says:

    Too many memoirs have a very self indulgent feel to them a very woe is me tone Harlot s Sauce is not one of them It is well written, easy to read, and has a knack for sinking you into the physical setting of where the story is taking place from New York to Greece In addition to being entertained, I felt like I got a taste of Greek life beyond what you experience at a local Greek festival I especially liked the explanation in the beginning of the book of a hyphen American Though I ve k Too many memoirs have a very self indulgent feel to them a very woe is me tone Harlot s Sauce is not one of them It is well written, easy to read, and has a knack for sinking you into the physical setting of where the story is taking place from New York to Greece In addition to being entertained, I felt like I got a taste of Greek life beyond what you experience at a local Greek festival I especially liked the explanation in the beginning of the book of a hyphen American Though I ve known people who fit that category, it was always a perplexing phenomenon to me until now It s also...


  7. says:

    My biggest pet peeve with some memoirs is that the authors don t reveal their true selves What s the point of writing about a major struggle in life if you don t open up Well, Patricia Volonakis Davis doesn t disappoint From the beginning, she weaves her background as a first generation Hyphen Something American with her courtship and later marriage to a Greek immigra...


  8. says:

    This wonderful memoir justifies the expression don t judge a book by it s cover Though released through a small press, Davis book is as professionally written if not formatted as any I ve ever read Witty and self deprecrating, Davis takes us through two decades of life as an Italian American woman married to a Greek for all the wrong reasons Though her naivete is sometimes painful, Davis is ruthlessly honest about the mistakes she made and why she made them Readers will admire her deter This wonderful memoir justifies the expression don t judge a book by it s cover Though released through a small press, Davis book is as professionally written if not formatted as any I ve ever read Witty and self deprecrating, Davis takes us through two decades of life as an Italian American woman married to a Greek for all the wrong reasons Though her naivete is sometimes painful, Davis is ruthlessly honest about the mistakes she made and why she made them Readers will admire her determination to make her marriage work she did after all move halfway around the world to try to find happiness for her family As an Irish American, I could appreciate many of the facets of growing up a Hyphen especially the Catholic guilt , and think this memoir will speak to anyone who appreciated My Big Fat Greek Wedding I thoroughly enjoyed this book and plan to pass it along to friends My only quibble is that the ending felt rushed after all the buildup I would have liked an additional chapter...


  9. says:

    Italian American girl Patricia meets Gregori, the gorgeous Greek as she refers to him, and details their cross cultural romance in Harlot s Sauce A Memoir of Food, Family, Love, Loss, and Greece This book tells a story you can see unfold in your mind The picturesque scenery and family life in Greece, the leading lady s unfortunate experience with Greek liquor, to Gregori s obstinate behavior toward his fianc it s a good read Even as her marriage falt...


  10. says:

    I loved this book when I read it a few years ago I love it nowfor one simple reason it is so well written and the story is so engaging that I found it memorable And these days for something to stick with me between all the movies, TV, YouTube, and Facebook input that I consume that means this book was great not little g great but rather Great I have use...

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