What's Life Without the Sprinkles?
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What's Life Without the Sprinkles?

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Cake maker and single mom Claudia Bradley thinks she has life all figured out — until her best friend Nate starts looking like a mouth-watering dessert and her son’s father comes strolling back into the picture as if he’d never left ten years ago. Throw in a case of preteen angst and a family with lots of well-meant advice, and, well, she’s whipping up a recipe for chaos!

Kindle Edition, 240 pages
Published September 30th 2012 by The Wild Rose Press
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Will Claudia's sister get abook ???????
Single Mom Claudia Bradley has done well for herself raising her son, even though his father walked out on her when she needed him most. At least she had best friend Nate West by her side, until recently Claudia has looked at Nate only as a friend but seeing him in a different light, Claudia can’t help herself for wanting to venture down a new road with Nate.
Nate isn’t sure what has happened to his best friend Claudia, he has been in love with her forever but now that she is flirting with him he...more
Loretta Kelly
I have just completed this book which I recommend. These 3 women run a business for those couples about to be married. C, Z, and M each have their own speciality within the business; as you would expect in this line of work - romance plays a big part of the story. Of each of them, C is the most surprised where she finds her true love. Good book.
I picked this book up as a freebie on Amazon. It is such a cute story. The author has such a delightful way of expressing herself. This story actually had me laughing out loud at times.

So if you enjoy a romance story that is light and fun to read, then you need to pick up a copy of this book.
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This book is not great literature, it wasn't meant to be. Don't expect a book Jane Austen would write. It isn't a Jackie Collins book or a 50 Shades of Gray book. It is enjoyable, but not very memorable.
Kirsten Lenius
I didn't find this book to be terribly funny... what it was, was sweet and cute, your basic romance about a single mother whose best friend stood by her for ten years.
cute book. liked the characaters, wish that there was more to the story. the plot was good and i wanted to know more about it all.
This book showed promise, but everyone involved was so clueless and the cake/icing/sprinkles/cookie business went a bit too far.
Funny chick book could be made into a movie easily. Great book and glad I found my sprinkles!
Marijayne Stegman
story goes on a little long, not exactly the conflict described but good, good characters,
Cute story. Very happy and positive voice in Misty Simon.
April Mckaskle
Cute short story and quiet funny
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Kerry Frakey
Cute and quick read.
Debbie Murphy
Just a lot of fun!
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