Great book. I have read Always the Baker, Finally the Bride and Always the Designer, Never the Bride and this one. I am not one to sit and read a book all the way through. I do not like to read that much, but I read these these books in a three week period. I really enjoyed reading them. I just finished Always the Baker, Never the Bride and now I am starting on The last one. Thank you for such a wonderful series at such a great price.
I am always looking for this type of book. And this was a good read. I generally look for the publisher because I know the content does not contain graphic descriptions of things I think don't have any business in the book. Many of my favorite authors in the past have added this kind of content I guess to sell more books. They lost an avid reader.... ME! Please have more of the same kind of authors. I was involved in catering and all kinds of cakes, especially wedding creations.
Enjoyable read. Loved the characters especially Fee and Aunt Sophie. Emma and Jonathan met through his craving for coffee and a chocolate brownie. This set the pace of the story when Emma had to work for his hotel. She is witty and smart allowing a love to blossom in her heart while baking the most delicious cakes. While allowing Jonathan to heal and get to grips with his own feelings. The plot was well executed especially with the parents thrown in the mix and their own struggle with a failing marriage.
To move forward is always hard when you hold on to the past. A lesson to remember.