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The Baker's Apprentice ❴KINDLE❵ ❄ The Baker's Apprentice Author Judi Hendricks – Capitalsoftworks.co.uk The sequel to Judith Ryan Hendricks absorbing debut novel, Bread AloneHaving found her calling, Wynter Morrison is blissful about her new career in Seattle as a baker cherishing the long days spent ma The sequel to Judith Ryan Hendricks absorbing debut novel, Bread AloneHaving found her calling, Wynter Morrison is blissful about her new career in Seattle as a baker cherishing the long days spent making bread and the comforting rhythms of the Queen Street Bakery Still, she struggles with the legacy of her failed marriage and with her new boyfriend The Baker's MOBI :Þ Mac s reluctance to share his mysterious past When Mac abruptly leaves Seattle, Wyn again feels abandoned and betrayed, at least until intimate letters arrive in which Mac at last reveals his deepest secrets But the she learns about her absent lover, the Wyn discovers about herself and when tragedy threatens, she will have to decide if there is a place for Mac in this new life she has made.

  • Paperback
  • 384 pages
  • The Baker's Apprentice
  • Judi Hendricks
  • English
  • 19 December 2018
  • 0060726180

About the Author: Judi Hendricks

Judith Ryan Hendricks was born in San Jose, California, when Silicon Valley was the Santa Clara Valley, better known for orchards than for computer chips Armed with a degree in journalism, she worked as a journalist, copywriter, computer instructor, travel agent, waitress and baker before turning to fiction writing Her experiences at the McGraw Street Bakery in Seattle The Baker's MOBI :Þ led to her first novel, Bread Alone and the sequel, The Baker s Apprentice The third book in the series, Baker s Blues, will be published in August A life long infatuation with the Southwest provided inspiration for Isabel s Daughter and her fourth book, The Laws of Harmony Hendricks fiction has been translated into languages and distributed inthan countries worldwide Her nonfiction has appeared in The San Francisco Chronicle and Tiny Lights, A Journal of Personal Essay, Grand Gourmet in Italy and The London Sunday Express Her short fiction has appeared in Woman s Weekly in Britain and AMERICAN GIRLS ON THE TOWN, an anthology, in the US and UK She lives in New Mexico with husband Geoff and dog Blue.



10 thoughts on “The Baker's Apprentice

  1. Melodie Melodie says:

    You have found your calling, what you consider to be your life s purpose Life is good All should be well,right Wyn has settled into her new career as a bread baker at the Queen Street Bakery She has taken on an apprentice, passing on her knowledge to another But what is so right with her career , is so messed up with her new relationship with Mac After an idyllic vacation together, there is radio silence and then he gives her the heave ho with the standard, It s not you it s me line and You have found your calling, what you consider to be your life s purpose Life is good All should be well,right Wyn has settled into her new career as a bread baker at the Queen Street Bakery She has taken on an apprentice, passing on her knowledge to another But what is so right with her career , is so messed up with her new relationship with Mac After an idyllic vacation together, there is radio silence and then he gives her the heave ho with the standard, It s not you it s me line and takes off to Alaska Here we go again Ordo we I thoroughly enjoyed this sequel and look forward to another book by this author

  2. Chris Conley Chris Conley says:

    Oh boybread, issues, bread This follow up to Bread Alone was every bit as terrific as the first I hope here areso I can follow Wyn, Mac, Tyler and whoever else comes into their new world.

  3. Grace Harwood Grace Harwood says:

    I m never a big fan of sequels they generally disappoint and something about them smacks of writer unable to think up new and original characters and therefore recycling old ones this one wasdisappointing than others because the original book, Bread Alone, was so hugely enjoyable Wyn Morrison is back, but this time her broken heart has healed and she s lost a considerable amount of her charm along the way Now she s seeminglyobsessed with sex than with her baked goodies The r I m never a big fan of sequels they generally disappoint and something about them smacks of writer unable to think up new and original characters and therefore recycling old ones this one wasdisappointing than others because the original book, Bread Alone, was so hugely enjoyable Wyn Morrison is back, but this time her broken heart has healed and she s lost a considerable amount of her charm along the way Now she s seeminglyobsessed with sex than with her baked goodies The recipes in Bread Alone were part of the plot, skilfully interwoven and not at all out of place in the sequel the author has struggled to slot them in in any meaningful way and as a result they stick out like a sore thumb making little contribution to the story That is, if there even is a story the plot is random and haphazard a series of events which are just occurring to the main character and, yes, okay, life is like that, but this is a book with a story which should be as well crafted as any artisan loaf Hugely disappointing I couldn t even finish it

  4. Jami Jami says:

    If there s not a third book coming then this book sucks Tolerable story with an ending that killed it or lack of ending that is.

  5. Craftnut Craftnut says:

    After the delight of the first of this series, Bread Alone, the sequel falls short Wyn deals with money trouble and a protracted divorce Much of the book is tied up with her boyfriend Mac and his trip to find himself in the Yukon which has nothing to do with Wyn s apprentice, Tyler The lovely scenes in the bakery are missing from this novel, very little is actually devoted to the title character I find it distracting and irritating when characters make monumentally stupid decisions as Wyn After the delight of the first of this series, Bread Alone, the sequel falls short Wyn deals with money trouble and a protracted divorce Much of the book is tied up with her boyfriend Mac and his trip to find himself in the Yukon which has nothing to do with Wyn s apprentice, Tyler The lovely scenes in the bakery are missing from this novel, very little is actually devoted to the title character I find it distracting and irritating when characters make monumentally stupid decisions as Wyn does when a large amount of money is stolen and she doesn t take any steps to do anything about it Things go from bad to worse, and the ending leaves much unsettled I found the story disjointed, as if the author couldn t decide where to go with it, and frankly some decisions made by several characters made no sense at all Perhaps that is by design to lay groundwork for a third book, but I won t be reading it

  6. Debbie Floyd Debbie Floyd says:

    3.5 stars.

  7. Laurel Osterkamp Laurel Osterkamp says:

    The Baker s Apprentice, by Judith Ryan Hendricks, is the sequel to Bread Alone, which is the story of a woman named Wynter, who moves to Seattle after her marriage with a Los Angeles hotshot ends In the Pacific Northwest she finds happiness through simplicity, and that includes baking bread professionally and finding love with a free spirited guy who delivers firewood.In The Baker s Apprentice, Wynter is presented with a whole new set of problems Her love interest, Mac, can t open up or commit The Baker s Apprentice, by Judith Ryan Hendricks, is the sequel to Bread Alone, which is the story of a woman named Wynter, who moves to Seattle after her marriage with a Los Angeles hotshot ends In the Pacific Northwest she finds happiness through simplicity, and that includes baking bread professionally and finding love with a free spirited guy who delivers firewood.In The Baker s Apprentice, Wynter is presented with a whole new set of problems Her love interest, Mac, can t open up or commit, her bakery is going under, and a young girl she works with is simultaneously pushing her away and clinging to her in a time of tragedy Wynter has to decide what she is willing to put up with and whether her needs and desires outweigh her pride.I was excited to read The Baker s Apprentice because I loved Bread Alone Hendrick s descriptions of Seattle and bread baking were at once earthy and glamorous, and I really enjoyed reading about Wynter s change in life style and her European way of doing things There sof that in The Baker s Apprentice, and Hendricks does a good job of writing about real life situations Mac is focused onin this book, and his perspective is told with such compassion that even though I started the book not liking him a lot, by the end I was rooting for him 100%.However, this book is sort of like part 2 of Back to the Future not as good as part 1, and a clear set up for part 3, with its completely unresolved ending I found that frustrating, especially since I endured some slightly boring parts of this book in order to reach what I thought would be a payout at the end.But I m sure I ll be reading part 3 despite it all

  8. Margaret Margaret says:

    this is a sequel to Bread Alone and Hendricks third book as Isobel s Daughter came in between She has become a much better writer I probably gained 3 pounds reading about the food and the bread The book begins with her and Mac sort of together but only sort of as he goes off to alaska the descriptions of Seattle and of the tiny town in Alaska just make you want to go there Wyn takes on an apprentice, Tyler who she teaches to be a baked Over the course of time she becomeslike a moth this is a sequel to Bread Alone and Hendricks third book as Isobel s Daughter came in between She has become a much better writer I probably gained 3 pounds reading about the food and the bread The book begins with her and Mac sort of together but only sort of as he goes off to alaska the descriptions of Seattle and of the tiny town in Alaska just make you want to go there Wyn takes on an apprentice, Tyler who she teaches to be a baked Over the course of time she becomeslike a mother as Tyler loses her best friend There might be another book as things were sort of left hanging less sex

  9. Nicki Nicki says:

    I really did like this although it was a bit different to the first book Bread Alone One thing I did find strange from the offset was the name change for Cody to Tyler I couldn t work that out at all, in fact I had to look back at the other book to make sure I wasn t imagining it The writing is great lots of descriptions of people and places, although I did find the Mac chapters a bit laborious, maybe because his character was annoying me All in all it was a good story and I feel satisfied I really did like this although it was a bit different to the first book Bread Alone One thing I did find strange from the offset was the name change for Cody to Tyler I couldn t work that out at all, in fact I had to look back at the other book to make sure I wasn t imagining it The writing is great lots of descriptions of people and places, although I did find the Mac chapters a bit laborious, maybe because his character was annoying me All in all it was a good story and I feel satisfied after reading it

  10. nimrodiel nimrodiel says:

    I haven t checked yet, but I m really hoping that there is another book chronicling Wyn s life The book spiraled up to it s ending, and left me hanging wanting to know what happens next I love it when a book grabs my attention like that.This was just as good as Bread Alone was I m really glad that I was recommended these books.

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10 thoughts on “The Baker's Apprentice

  1. Melodie Melodie says:

    You have found your calling, what you consider to be your life s purpose Life is good All should be well,right Wyn has settled into her new career as a bread baker at the Queen Street Bakery She has taken on an apprentice, passing on her knowledge to another But what is so right with her career , is so messed up with her new relationship with Mac After an idyllic vacation together, there is radio silence and then he gives her the heave ho with the standard, It s not you it s me line and You have found your calling, what you consider to be your life s purpose Life is good All should be well,right Wyn has settled into her new career as a bread baker at the Queen Street Bakery She has taken on an apprentice, passing on her knowledge to another But what is so right with her career , is so messed up with her new relationship with Mac After an idyllic vacation together, there is radio silence and then he gives her the heave ho with the standard, It s not you it s me line and takes off to Alaska Here we go again Ordo we I thoroughly enjoyed this sequel and look forward to another book by this author

  2. Chris Conley Chris Conley says:

    Oh boybread, issues, bread This follow up to Bread Alone was every bit as terrific as the first I hope here areso I can follow Wyn, Mac, Tyler and whoever else comes into their new world.

  3. Grace Harwood Grace Harwood says:

    I m never a big fan of sequels they generally disappoint and something about them smacks of writer unable to think up new and original characters and therefore recycling old ones this one wasdisappointing than others because the original book, Bread Alone, was so hugely enjoyable Wyn Morrison is back, but this time her broken heart has healed and she s lost a considerable amount of her charm along the way Now she s seeminglyobsessed with sex than with her baked goodies The r I m never a big fan of sequels they generally disappoint and something about them smacks of writer unable to think up new and original characters and therefore recycling old ones this one wasdisappointing than others because the original book, Bread Alone, was so hugely enjoyable Wyn Morrison is back, but this time her broken heart has healed and she s lost a considerable amount of her charm along the way Now she s seeminglyobsessed with sex than with her baked goodies The recipes in Bread Alone were part of the plot, skilfully interwoven and not at all out of place in the sequel the author has struggled to slot them in in any meaningful way and as a result they stick out like a sore thumb making little contribution to the story That is, if there even is a story the plot is random and haphazard a series of events which are just occurring to the main character and, yes, okay, life is like that, but this is a book with a story which should be as well crafted as any artisan loaf Hugely disappointing I couldn t even finish it

  4. Jami Jami says:

    If there s not a third book coming then this book sucks Tolerable story with an ending that killed it or lack of ending that is.

  5. Craftnut Craftnut says:

    After the delight of the first of this series, Bread Alone, the sequel falls short Wyn deals with money trouble and a protracted divorce Much of the book is tied up with her boyfriend Mac and his trip to find himself in the Yukon which has nothing to do with Wyn s apprentice, Tyler The lovely scenes in the bakery are missing from this novel, very little is actually devoted to the title character I find it distracting and irritating when characters make monumentally stupid decisions as Wyn After the delight of the first of this series, Bread Alone, the sequel falls short Wyn deals with money trouble and a protracted divorce Much of the book is tied up with her boyfriend Mac and his trip to find himself in the Yukon which has nothing to do with Wyn s apprentice, Tyler The lovely scenes in the bakery are missing from this novel, very little is actually devoted to the title character I find it distracting and irritating when characters make monumentally stupid decisions as Wyn does when a large amount of money is stolen and she doesn t take any steps to do anything about it Things go from bad to worse, and the ending leaves much unsettled I found the story disjointed, as if the author couldn t decide where to go with it, and frankly some decisions made by several characters made no sense at all Perhaps that is by design to lay groundwork for a third book, but I won t be reading it

  6. Debbie Floyd Debbie Floyd says:

    3.5 stars.

  7. Laurel Osterkamp Laurel Osterkamp says:

    The Baker s Apprentice, by Judith Ryan Hendricks, is the sequel to Bread Alone, which is the story of a woman named Wynter, who moves to Seattle after her marriage with a Los Angeles hotshot ends In the Pacific Northwest she finds happiness through simplicity, and that includes baking bread professionally and finding love with a free spirited guy who delivers firewood.In The Baker s Apprentice, Wynter is presented with a whole new set of problems Her love interest, Mac, can t open up or commit The Baker s Apprentice, by Judith Ryan Hendricks, is the sequel to Bread Alone, which is the story of a woman named Wynter, who moves to Seattle after her marriage with a Los Angeles hotshot ends In the Pacific Northwest she finds happiness through simplicity, and that includes baking bread professionally and finding love with a free spirited guy who delivers firewood.In The Baker s Apprentice, Wynter is presented with a whole new set of problems Her love interest, Mac, can t open up or commit, her bakery is going under, and a young girl she works with is simultaneously pushing her away and clinging to her in a time of tragedy Wynter has to decide what she is willing to put up with and whether her needs and desires outweigh her pride.I was excited to read The Baker s Apprentice because I loved Bread Alone Hendrick s descriptions of Seattle and bread baking were at once earthy and glamorous, and I really enjoyed reading about Wynter s change in life style and her European way of doing things There sof that in The Baker s Apprentice, and Hendricks does a good job of writing about real life situations Mac is focused onin this book, and his perspective is told with such compassion that even though I started the book not liking him a lot, by the end I was rooting for him 100%.However, this book is sort of like part 2 of Back to the Future not as good as part 1, and a clear set up for part 3, with its completely unresolved ending I found that frustrating, especially since I endured some slightly boring parts of this book in order to reach what I thought would be a payout at the end.But I m sure I ll be reading part 3 despite it all

  8. Margaret Margaret says:

    this is a sequel to Bread Alone and Hendricks third book as Isobel s Daughter came in between She has become a much better writer I probably gained 3 pounds reading about the food and the bread The book begins with her and Mac sort of together but only sort of as he goes off to alaska the descriptions of Seattle and of the tiny town in Alaska just make you want to go there Wyn takes on an apprentice, Tyler who she teaches to be a baked Over the course of time she becomeslike a moth this is a sequel to Bread Alone and Hendricks third book as Isobel s Daughter came in between She has become a much better writer I probably gained 3 pounds reading about the food and the bread The book begins with her and Mac sort of together but only sort of as he goes off to alaska the descriptions of Seattle and of the tiny town in Alaska just make you want to go there Wyn takes on an apprentice, Tyler who she teaches to be a baked Over the course of time she becomeslike a mother as Tyler loses her best friend There might be another book as things were sort of left hanging less sex

  9. Nicki Nicki says:

    I really did like this although it was a bit different to the first book Bread Alone One thing I did find strange from the offset was the name change for Cody to Tyler I couldn t work that out at all, in fact I had to look back at the other book to make sure I wasn t imagining it The writing is great lots of descriptions of people and places, although I did find the Mac chapters a bit laborious, maybe because his character was annoying me All in all it was a good story and I feel satisfied I really did like this although it was a bit different to the first book Bread Alone One thing I did find strange from the offset was the name change for Cody to Tyler I couldn t work that out at all, in fact I had to look back at the other book to make sure I wasn t imagining it The writing is great lots of descriptions of people and places, although I did find the Mac chapters a bit laborious, maybe because his character was annoying me All in all it was a good story and I feel satisfied after reading it

  10. nimrodiel nimrodiel says:

    I haven t checked yet, but I m really hoping that there is another book chronicling Wyn s life The book spiraled up to it s ending, and left me hanging wanting to know what happens next I love it when a book grabs my attention like that.This was just as good as Bread Alone was I m really glad that I was recommended these books.

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