The final installment of the Taste of Love Series.
I said ‘I do’ to the first guy to sweep me off my feet after my heart shattered all those years ago. I didn’t just vow to love him; nope, I signed on that line for both him and his daughter.
This lifestyle is new and one that I never thought I'd want. Why? Because over the years, my job and friends were the most important thing to me. Don’t get me wrong, the girls are still my family. It’s just this tattooed mechanic changed my outlook on love. Let's not forget that the cute blonde-haired princess has me wrapped around her fingers, and I'd do anything to protect her.
Love isn’t always natural… Nope, and we already have a few problems to work through. I’m not his daughter’s mother, and the guy who broke my heart all those years ago works in the office next to me.
You guessed it, things are about to get a little spicy when love goes sideways.
We are continuing to honor A.M. Willard this week as promised. See the first post here for details.
In an Oyster Shell – Every book in my series is my favorite until the next one. This was a satisfying ending to the series.
The Pearls – This is a super great series. I am impressed by how the author kept the characters centered around the bakery but still had them have their own lives. This is a super great series and I am glad I stumbled upon it.
What makes these books are the characters and the strong bonds they make with each other. These bonds jump off the page and wrap around you, drawing you in. I super appreciate that the author gave us a satisfying conclusion on all the characters in the end.
I like the romance between Natasha and Deisel. Natasha the laced up lawyer and Diesel the residential bad boy. I liked the push and pull between the two of them. I loved Diesel’s daughter that was a super cute addition to the happy family.
The Sand – It was a good book.
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