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Bree Apollo is an average fifteen-year-old girl: she loves chocolate, baking cupcakes, and her neighbor, the hunky and all around popular seventeen-year-old Foster Quinn. Except Foster is clueless about her feelings for him, instead treating her like a kid sister and begging for her homemade desserts. As a fellow chocolate lover, he should be Bree’s for the taking, if it w ...more
ebook, 180 pages
Published October 22nd 2017 by Shirley Anne Edwards
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Mary Dean
Nov 05, 2017 rated it it was amazing
If you want a sweet, fun coming of age story, this is the story for you. I enjoyed every minute of it. The story is about a girl named Bree who has a major crush on her neighbor Foster who is a few years older than her. They share a love for chocolate and Bree is an amazing baker. She is convinced that they are meant to be. Then one day she heard Foster making fun of her. Her heart is broken. Then comes in her new neighbor Austen. At first he is strange to her. He always wears a fedora and takes ...more
Stephanie
Aug 28, 2018 rated it really liked it
Shelves: 4-star
In the first few chapters I found Bree very immature and annoying. However she matured greatly as the story progressed. I really enjoyed reading this book.
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Shirley Anne Edwards is a Northeast girl who first found her love for books when she read Nancy Drew’s The Secret of the Old Clock Tower at thirteen. Shirley found her love for writing at a very young age, and since then has let her imagination run wild by creating quirky characters and vast worlds in her head.

Shirley lives in New Jersey and works in the entertainment industry in New York City.


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