When Gage took over his grandparent’s bakery four years ago, love was the last thing on his mind. Despite the best efforts of his wanna-be-matchmaker sister, Emma, he was content to keep his nose to the grindstone, work his ass off, and make the bakery the success he knew it could be.
That all changed the day the neighbor from hell bought the shop next to his and began remodeling, destroying Gage’s well-ordered life in the process. It really was too bad she was so damn gorgeous...
Baked with Love is the ninth novel in the Long Valley series, although all books in the Long Valley world can be read as standalones. It has some strong language, and oh my, sexy times. Enjoy!
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Hope for better
Erin Wright pushes past comfort zones to write relatable stories about characters that more real than people you may know in person. Baked with Love takes you through the journey of someone who has been flattened by a series of events. As someone who has been through my own series of events recently that sort of flattened me, it was heartening to read how the character came through and emerged stronger for it. I’m still working my way there, but I do have the hope of better days coming!
LOVED every bit of it!
Definitely not half baked! You’ll laugh, you’ll tear up but moreso you’ll love with this book. Gage and Cady’s story is so beautifully real and I hope this will be a wonderful beginning for the Cady’s and Gages all over the world. Worth the read 🥳
I received an ARC and my opinions are mine alone
Baked with Love
This book had me going through so many emotions with the characters. It's well written, has a fantastic storyline and the characters are amazing. Cady decided to get off the couch and go for a hike in Long Valley. Hannah Lambert is her old college roommate who is now a fifth grade teacher. Cady use to be a physical therapist until a client attacked her. Gage owns the Muffin Man in Sawyer and protects those he loves. He is very muscular but is so gentle with Cady and gets her to open up to him in ways she never has before.
I received a free copy of this book via Booksprout and am voluntarily leaving a review.