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Publisher Description

USA Today bestselling author Juliet Spenser brings you another contemporary romance set in the small town of Bliss Harbor, where love and laughter are just around the corner…

He stole her heart, and she stole his…clothes?

When curvy, no-nonsense bakery owner Charlotte Heatley wakes up with regrets over a fun, drunken night with US Army Captain Bradley Ryder, all she wants is to avoid him and deliver a cake to her client’s wedding reception. But when a mixup puts the cake and reception in danger, Charlotte has to act quickly. It's not long before she realizes that sometimes you have to get everything wrong before you can get the most important things right, especially when it comes to love and cake.

This small town contemporary romance novelette is 15,000 words or about 50 pages. 

Also available in Blissful Kisses, a Bliss Harbor collection of novelettes.

Author’s note: While this novelette can be read alone, I hope you had so much fun reading it that you’ll read the rest of the Bliss Harbor series: 

Book 0.5: This Perfect Kiss 

Book 1: Wherever You Are 

Book 1.5: Kiss Me Again 

Book 2: This Time Love 

Book 2.5: Warm Winter Kisses

Book 3: Promise Me Love 

Book 3.5: Then We Kissed

December 8
Juliet Spenser
Bliss Books

Customer Reviews

Kristi Simonsen ,

Must read just for the cake scene!

I loved this book as much as Kiss Me Again, although this one tops it just because I love Brad's character and the whole wedding cake smash scene is priceless! I was actually laughing out loud at that! Definitely recommend for a good, quick read :)

ashleylynn8504 ,

Such a great short story! Military men and cake...great combination!

This short story by Juliet Spenser was such a delightful read! From wedding day disasters, to embarrassing letters, you can't help but love the twists and turns our heroine has in her journey to finding out that one night stand with a soldier about to deploy was so much more. Definitely recommend!

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