Somewhere to review books I'm reading without giving away any spoilers!
Title: Fake It Till You Bake It
Author: Jamie Wesley
Publisher: St. Martin’s Griffin
Published: June 21st 2022
Pages: 336 pages
What a fun read this proved to be With cupcakes, football players and a bakery Along with a reality dating show star Who is finding life after the show is below par! Jada turned down the proposal at the end of the show Unprepared for the vitriolic reaction of fans, you know. She's a straight talking lady, who speaks her mind But despite the hard exterior, she's actually very kind. Donovan is the target of Jada's straight talking ways Not good when neither are having the best of days. But with her Gran's intervention there are surprises in store Including cupcakes, fake romance, true love and more! This book is a really tasty treat With the greatest friendships you could hope to meet. There's drama and laughter, and blackmail, too That'll keep you entertained all the way through. It really is a great, fun read and so I highly recommend you give it a go I'm also hoping that in future there will be Other stories about these footballer bakers, all three! For my complementary copy, I say thank you, As I share with you this, my honest review
A reality star and a cupcake-baking football player pretend to be a couple in order to save his bakery in this sweet and sexy romance from Jamie Wesley, Fake It Till You Bake It.
Jada Townsend-Matthews is the most reviled woman in America after turning down a proposal on a reality dating show. When she comes home to lick her wounds, Jada finds herself working at San Diego’s newest cupcake bakery, Sugar Blitz, alongside the uptight owner and professional football player Donovan Dell.
When a reporter mistakenly believes Jada and Donovan are an item, they realize they can use the misunderstanding to their advantage to help the struggling bakery and rehabilitate Jada’s image. Faking a relationship should be simple, but sometimes love is the most unexpected ingredient.
Fake it Till You Bake It is a sweet confection of a novel, the perfect story to curl up with and enjoy with a cupcake on the side.
Another one that sounds like a lot of fun. Love your review, Elaine.