About The Book: Kit Bellamy was raised on pie. Mamie Sue’s Peanut Pies, to be exact, the family company her scheming brother-in-law sold out from under her. Now Kit needs a new recipe for her life—and sleepy Sugarberry Island is the first ingredient. Running mail-order cupcake business Babycakes is a chance to get her baking on again—until she meets tall, dark, and adorable lawyer Morgan Westlake. New to the island to raise his goddaughter, he’s as mouthwatering as any of Kit’s creations. It’s just her luck that he’s the spawn of the very law firm that helped crush her dreams… Fortunately, Kit’s new friends can assure her that Morgan is no typical Westlake—and that even lawyers, not to mention single dads, need romance. If Kit can just be persuaded to follow her appetite—and set another place at her holiday table—her sweetest dreams just might come true…
About The Author: Donna Kauffman is a USA Today bestselling author of over 50 published books and an erstwhile baker. In attempting to research her new Cupcake Club Romance book series set in a cupcake bakery, and run by a former highly esteemed pastry chef, she immersed herself in the world of all things cupcakes! Through her blog, she journals her attempts to learn about baking, pastry, and all delectable things made with butter, flour, and sugar. One cupcake at a time! There are wonderful photos, recipes, and laughs. the Cupcake Club consists of three books to date: Cupcake Club #1, SUGAR RUSH, and Cupcake Club #2, SWEET TALK, are available now! Book #3….BABYCAKES is coming October, 2012! (And look for HONEY PIE in 2013!) Be sure to check out her wonderful blog. Believe me it is definitely worth the effort.
My Thoughts On The Book: I adored this book. I loved Kit and felt a strong bond with her from the beginning. This book, although a third in a series, is a stand alone. I had no trouble connecting each character. Donna Kauffman is a master wordsmith. The down-home charm of this book make it a fun read.
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