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Always the Baker, Never the Bride by Sandra D. Bricker
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Sep 28, 2011

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Read from September 28 to October 01, 2011

This book was a fun read overall. The recipes and party advice before each chapter make you want to plan your own party.

Cute southern girl, Emma, is an award winning pastry chef, bit of a twist is that she is also a diabetic, but not a huge point to the plot of the story. Suddenly she is offered a dream job working, when the hotel owner, Jackson, stumbles into the bakery shop she works at, and asks her to work at his up-and-coming hotel/resort that offers all-inclusive wedding packages for couples. Sure, the book is pretty predictable, and the author throws in random chapters about God, forgiveness, and moving on, but it's fun to see all the party planning and cakes that Emma creates.

Pretty sure I will have to try and make Emma's Cashew Fugdge Brownies (the link is to brownies pretty close, just not with the nutella, but I LUV nutella so this might be even better!)

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Kirstin Are you finally reading a book on your Kindle??

Carolyn Yes I am! Yay!! Very fun, I love it.

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