Sunday, January 12, 2014

The Sugar Cookie Sweetheart Swap

The Sugar Cookie Sweetheart Swap

The Sugar Cookie Sweetheart Swap tells the story of three best friends who live in a small town. The book is split into three separate stories telling about how each of the friends find and fall in love with three very different men.

When There’s Smoke by Donna Kaufmann is the first book in this trilogy. Clara is writer for the local newspaper who almost finds her self out of a job when her boss gives her one last chance by having her write a cookie baking column. Having never baked a cookie in her life she heads to the local bookstore to find a how to book baking. However, well she is there she runs into an old friend she never expected to have seen ever again, Will Mason. Will Mason a now sexy fireman raising money for a charity. Clara and Will reconnect and he also helps Clara find out who she really is. Will she find true love in Will Mason? You will just have to read and find out.

The Gingerbread Man by Kate Angell is the second book in the Sugar Cookie Sweatheart Swap story. Growing Abby Denton was always the good girl. However, things changed when her Grandma died. She decided that she wanted to do something different so she started baking anatomically correct gingerbread man cookies. Little did she know that these cookies would be a hit and her online business would have orders coming in fast. The thing she never expected was to find the man who bought her cookies in a car unconscious at the bottom of the mountain. After bringing him back to her cabin she tries to nurse him back to health without him finding out who she really is. Is this Christmas going to be the one where Abby finds love? Will Lander find out who Abby really is?

Sugar and Spice by Kimberly Kincaid is the last book in this three part trilogy. The book finds Lily Callahan the town caterer entering the local resorts bake-off contest trying to win money to open her shop. However, she gets a big surprise when Pete Mancuso the man who broke up with her friend over the phone is the competition. Hoping to not interact with him is not an option when she is forced to work with him in the first round. Will Lily be able win the contest or will dreamy Pete distract her?

My Review: I thought this book was great. I was very happy on how this book was written. I think that all the authors did a great job of making their individual characters stand out in their individual stories. I also think the did a spectacular job of connecting all three stories. I was a little unsure of how the book was going to read after reading the prologue but after getting into the first couple chapters it made more sense. I found that I was very interested in reading the next two stories after the first one to find out what happened to the other friends. I don’t think I would have changed anything in this book!

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