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ePub Sweet Spot (Bakery Sisters Series) download
Therese Plummer,Susan Mallery
Brilliance Audio; Unabridged edition (November 30, 2011)
Genre Fiction
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Sweet Trouble (Bakery Sisters, No 3). Susan Mallery. The first book brings them all back together, eventually,but shows that the twin and the younger sister that were together are now not speaking.

Sweet Trouble (Bakery Sisters, No 3). Of course, by the end of the third book all is resolved, but each book's main focus is on one of the sisters.

Sweet Talk (Bakery Sisters, Sweet Spot (Baker. Bakery Sisters Series. 3 primary works, 5 total works. Contemporary romance series. Raoul's story is continued in book three of Mallery's Fool's Gold series. Don't ask Claire Keyes.

Sweet Spot (The Bakery Sisters) Mass Market Paperback. Sweet Trouble is wonderful, as is each book in the Bakery Sister's series. It makes them that much better!

Sweet Spot (Bakery Sisters is a Romance novel by Susan Mallery. Author : Susan Mallery. Series : Bakery Sisters Published : January 1st 2008.

Sweet Spot (Bakery Sisters is a Romance novel by Susan Mallery. List Chapter Read free. Responsibility" should be Nicole Keyes's middle name.

series The Bakery Sisters. Books related to Sweet Spot (Mills & Boon M&B) (The Bakery Sisters).

The Bakery Sisters Bundle. Surprise didn’t begin to describe it. Claire hadn’t seen her baby sister in years

The Bakery Sisters Bundle. Claire hadn’t seen her baby sister in years. Not since their father’s funeral when she’d tried to connect with all the family she had left only to be told that she wasn’t welcome, would never be welcome and that if she was hit by a bus, neither Jesse nor Nicole, Claire’s fraternal twin, would bother to call for help.

Authors: Susan Mallery.

You can read book The Bakery Sisters by Susan Mallery in our library for absolutely free. Authors: Susan Mallery.

Another super fast read from Susan Mallery. This is in the Bakery Sisters series. Susan lives in Washington with her husband, two cats, and a small poodle with delusions of grandeur. Enjoyable, predictable, fun. I think of books like this as popcorn books, they fill you up in the moment, but don't have a whole lot of nutritional value.

Written by Susan Mallery, Audiobook narrated by Therese Plummer. Narrated by: Therese Plummer. Series: Bakery Sisters, Book 2. Length: 9 hrs and 40 mins. Categories: Romance, Contemporary.

“Responsibility” should be Nicole Keyes’s middle name. After all, not many people would sacrifice their lives to run the family bakery and raise a younger sibling. But with Nicole’s twin sister now blissfully married and her younger sis turning out more femme fatale than girl-next-door, super reliable Nicole is getting sick of putting everyone else’s needs first! Enter Hawk. The deliciously sexy former NFL player offers Nicole a taste of the freedom she craves. Hawk may know the way, blindfolded, to her sweet spot, but Nicole’s not about to let him get close enough to break her heart. Of course, she might not have a choice in the matter if Hawk’s past keeps getting in the way of their present....
  • Audible version. Narrator Therese Plummer is excellent!
    A very interesting, believable story! Susan sure does keep us intrigued, and in so many places it’s so funny! I laughed out loud at least several times! Most the story is serious and also romantic. My only critsism is the sex is too much, please tone it down some.

    Also, not a criticism of the book, but I guess of Amazon. There are 3 of these books I believe, but how to know in what order?! I did google it, but not much more help. They are all from the same year.
    I ended up starting with this one, which I later found is the second one.
    WHY can’t Amazon say which is which please?!
    This is true of a lot ot books on Amazon. Sometimes, in the reviews it says, but can take some time for sure.

  • As the second book in the Bakery Sister series, I started out not being one of Nicole's biggest fans (based on book one). In book one, Sweet Talk, Nicole comes across as cold, abrasive, and unforgiving. Yet, in this book, you see the very sensitive core of who she is trying to protect. After feeling abandoned by both parents, a twin who went off to travel the world as a famous pianist, and a husband that she caught in bed with the younger sister she had been forced to raise, you start to see why Nicole acts the way she does. Into this mix, walks Hawkins, a former NFL player who gave up his career to raise his daughter after his wife died of cancer. He's big, brawny, and a dedicated father. What's not to love?

    While Nicole has a tough exterior, she comes off to Hawk as a hard sell. Used to getting his way, Hawk finds that he has to win over Nicole and get to know her. Along the way, they hurt each other horribly (adding to the tension of the novel), poking at old injuries, and forcing one another to wake up to the stupid things they've been blind to in their lives.

    I really liked this Mallery novel. I realize that I usually only write reviews when I really like something, and I suppose that in this case, this fits the bill. I needed a good escape read, to really feel a part of a story, and once again Mallery delivered. I have read many of her other books, and loved several others, but this story was really engaging and made me care a great deal about all characters involved. What more could you want out of a good romance?

  • Absolutely loved this one! I could identify with Claire, being a pianist myself (but certainly not famous). Loved the romance with her sister's friend and her friendship with his deaf daughter. The sister, Nicole, has a lot of anger issues. She holds a grudge with Claire and Jess for a long time.

  • Susan Mallery has done it again. Another powerful romance with realistic characters and a believable storyline. If you fell in love with Nicole in book 1 you were truly hooked in book 2. Can't wait to see what happens in book 3 and Jesse.

  • I don't know how Susan Mallery does it, but she makes me (the reader) feel as though I'm right there. This story was so touching. I laughed aloud, smiled, felt sad, and even cried happy and sad tears. This book would get 10 stars if I could give it. The story is so "real life".

  • I was under the idea that this was the 3rd book. But it turned out that this was a duplicate. You have 2 sweet spot books. Same story.

  • Loved it. If you've read any of the Fools Gold series, one of them is about Raoul and Pia (Finding Perfect), Hawk and Nicole are mentioned as the people who took care of Raoul when he was a teenager. This is Hawk and Nicole's story. I knew I had read it in the past and went looking for it when they were mentioned in Finding Perfect. So happy that I was able to find it.

  • A great story. Action and love galore. Surprises made the characters and love win out in the end the way it should.