I thought it was ok - it did make me crave sweets. =) But only an ok book for me - a lot of 'fluff' for me vs story.
Quick, light read that leaves you craving delicious baked goods!
good comtemporary romance about family, big and small business, and widowhood
Contemporary romance isn't usually my genre but I took a chance and am glad I did. A word of warning, this is the middle book of a trilogy (see below).
Boise is home to Chloe Lawson, owner of a gourmet bakery, smack dab in the middle of the best section in town. Then she is informed that her lease has been terminated; the biggest grocery chain in town will take over a large swath of the growing complex.
Chloe started her career at that grocery 'fakery' and knows their products cannot compare to hers. She decides to take legal action and meets John Moretti, a lawyer who tells Chloe she doesn't have a chance.
John Moretti, a widower with kid problems, grapples with the loss of his wife and his growing sense of despair and loneliness. The secondary romance in this novel seemed superfluous and seemed to detract from Chloe and John.
All the Right Angles (2007)
**All That Matters (2008)
All That You Are (2009)