June 4, 2017

Truly, Madly, Sweetly by Kira Archer

Published Date : April 4, 2016
Publisher : Entangled Publishing : Lovestruck
Series : Sweet Love / Book 1
Genre : Fiction / Romance / Contemporary
Rating : 5 Star


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Truly, Madly, Sweetly is the first book in the Sweet Love series and it tells the story of how two people can meet and fall in love despite other people trying to tear them apart. Natalie Moran is a baker with her own food truck, coming from a difficult past when a will reveals that she is now the proud owner of a parking garage attached to a bakery but the catch is, the bakery is now owned by her crush. Eric Schneider comes from a wealthy family that tries to dictate how he runs his life but when a opportunity to run his own business like the bakery that has been giving to him, he is determined to have everything including the cute girl who has a piece of his heart.

Natalie is recovering from an ex-husband who cheated on her and took something from her that she worked very hard for, when a encounter with her crush makes her think that everything is gonna be alright. When Natalie and Eric realize that they had been giving a bakery and a prime parking spot, they make a deal with each other that will either make or break them. As the both of them come together in a steamy romance and to make the bakery a fabulous place to be, a phone call from Eric's mother will change everything that has happened to them until Natalie realizes that Eric is not like them and it all leads to a sweet ending!

This book is another one of Kira Archer's that I truly love and I can't wait to see where this series is going! You can never go wrong with reading a book that is a love story and has food involved, it will definitely make you hungry for cupcakes and baklava! If you want to read a sweet but hot love story that involves two people coming into their own from other people trying to destroy everything they have, then this book is for you!!

Thank You to Kira Archer for writing a excellent start to this series!!

I voluntarily reviewed a complimentary copy of this book from NetGalley!

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