Sugar Rush by Donna Kauffman
Lani has studied under the best chefs and business people. Although she did not sleep her way to the top that's where she is.
She relocated to an island off Georgia and just in time for the festival. Now she learns the ones who mentored her are going to be back in her life again with cooking TV shows from the island she lives on.
She checks in with her girlfriend who's still in NY at least once a day to go over their thoughts as to why
he is there, what she has to do with it and when he will be leaving.
A few of the local gossip people take it upon themselves, along with her dad, to help her get over her old mentor
and/or to try to move them together.
Her aprons, I'd love to have just one of them, they are priceless to say the least.
How in the world is Baxter, her mentor going to get her to loan him her kitchen at cakes by the cup (her combinations of flavors she eats, breaths and loves cupcakes) going to get her to loan her kitchen to him for upcoming shows-the ones that will start taping in 2 hours time.
She takes Baxter out to the beach while they discuss the tv schedule and she tells him everything she's learned about his boyhood years and he tells her everything he knows
about her years.
oh just perfect: a cupcake therapy club, who knew LOL
Really appreciate all the behind the scenes of how a TV cooking show is done, love the angles and why.
They have a fast paced whirlwind romance, she travels with him for business, then he's gone for weeks on end. Back to the grindstone.
She is so miserable without him in her life now. If only there was a happy medium for both of them.
I rate this book a 5, it has recipes for the different cupcakes mentioned, and their corresponding frostings.
Can't wait to read the next in this series.