Author: Mia King

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Table Manners

Table Manners
  • Stars
  • Number: 9780425227893
  • Release: August 2009
  • Author: Mia King
  • Genre: Mainstream
  • Tags: Women's Fiction
  • Publisher: Penguin Group
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The star of Mia King's "entertaining"(Seattle Times) debut novel Good Things is back—and she's got a full plate.

Deidre McIntosh is everyone's favorite go-to person. She seems so successful, so capable, so just plain perfect, with a popular cooking show, her own line of cakes and cookies, and an ideal relationship with Kevin Johnson—considered one of the most desirable men in Seattle.

Then Kevin's ex-fiancée, sultry magazine publisher Sabine Durant, suddenly appears, and Deidre needs help. Already intimidated by Kevin's glamorous, moneyed world—and his sister, who wants Deidre out of Kevin's life—she fears she's no match for Sabine. And the go-to girl must figure out where to go next before the tablecloth is pulled out from under her...


Good Things - Living Simple Isn't Simple

Good Things
  • 4 Stars
  • Number: 9780425213711
  • Release: Out Now
  • Author: Mia King
  • Genre: Mainstream
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  • Publisher: Penguin Group
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Deidre McIntosh is 40, single, and host of Seattle’s premier lifestyle TV show, Live Simple and Simply Live. But when her show is abruptly cancelled, her seemingly perfect life ends along with it. It’s a godsend when Kevin Johnson offers her a place to stay, even if her new living arrangement is literally a shack in the woods. As she slowly begins to practice what she once preached, Deidre takes the first step toward a new kind of success, and maybe even love.


Sweet Life

Sweet Life
  • 4 Stars
  • Number: 9780425221679
  • Release: September 2, 2008
  • Author: Mia King
  • Genre: Romance
  • Tags: * Contemporary
  • Publisher: Berkley
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When her husband gets a new job, Marissa Price, 40, leaves the island of Manhattan for the island of Hawaii. Paradise seems like the perfect place to find herself, save her marriage, and reconnect with her daughter. But Marissa that her new life is less about beaches and beautiful sunsets and more about cows and lava flows. Their new "home" is a fixer-upper at best, and her brilliant daughter suddenly wants to be homeschooled. But what needs fixing the most--her marriage--is the first thing to crumble when her husband announces he wants time apart to find himself. Pulled in opposite directions, Marissa is faced with the most important decision of her life--a choice that will define who she is, what she wants, and where her happiness lies.