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Delicious: Big Sky Pie #2 Mass Market Paperback – June 24, 2014
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"Adrianne Lee always delivers a page-turner... I have loved all her books. The plots are clever and original, and she has a wonderful writing style!"―Susan Wiggs
About the Author
Adrianne Lee lives with her husband of many, many years on the beautiful Olympic Peninsula in Washington State in a pole barn building her husband transformed into an upstairs apartment with a shop below for his hot rods. Adrianne creates her stories on her laptop, in her recliner with her adopted cat, Spooky, curled between her calves, snoozing. Over thirty years of summer vacationing in the Flat Head Lake area near Kalispell and Glacier Park has given her a love for all things Montana.
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The story revolved around Nick Taziano and Jane Wilson. They used to be step-siblings when they were young, and they hated each other. However, their parents ended up divorcing. Several years later, their parents fall in love again. Nick and Jane haven't seen each in so long, and they become attracted to one another. They also team up in the hopes of stopping their parents from remarrying. But how can you stop true love?
Without giving away too much, I did enjoy this story. It was a quick read for me, and I couldn't put it down. There also were a lot of funny and heartwarming scenes. The only downside I would have for this book is that, at times, I felt it was rushed. This unfortunately, includes the ending. While I liked how everything worked out at the end, the scenes could have been played out more. I guess I wanted a little more angst after Nick was heartbroken by Jane. But don't let that detour you from reading this. It's a great story if you want something lighthearted to read!
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Originally posted at Romancing the Book
After reading Delectable, the first book in the Big Sky Pie series, I was looking forward to reading book two and it didn’t disappoint. The story continued flawlessly with the return of characters we met in book one along with new ones we meet along the way. This is Nick and Jane’s story and do they have a past. Their digs at each other, the hilarious nicknames of the Tazmanian Devil and Jane the Pain for each other along with their childhood memories gave comic relief. Watching them grow closer then take two steps back because of their history kept me interested from beginning to end. Throw in family, friends, the bakery, lots of loving and romance and what’s not to like? Seeing that they each had a vulnerable side and how they dealt with it was interesting. Seeing the true side of BiBi, Jane’s assistant pastry chef did not endear me to her and she would have been gone if she worked for me. The poor little me act and I want to make it on my own as she tried to undermine Jane was annoying to watch. The descriptions of the Big Sky Pie and the pies had my senses so engaged my mouth was watering. I could smell the sugar, cinnamon and blueberries as well as the pies baking and could visualize their deliciousness! There was nice closure and an unexpected happily ever after.
It was great to have the recipe for the Big Sky Blueberry Pie at the back of the book and I will definitely give it a try this summer. Finding chapter one of the next book in the series, Delightful, left me wanting more and I can’t wait to read it. I hope there are many more books in the series but look forward to reading whatever this author is willing to write especially in the romance genre.
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This is book number two in the Big Pie Sky series and it was an awesome read. Although it’s a series, it can be a stand alone but after reading this you will want to read the others. Adrianne Lee somehow makes the characters come alive in Kalispell, Montana. The characters are compatible with each other and makes a smooth transition into each book and storyline. It kept me so spellbound that I didn’t want to stop reading it. It took longer to write this review then it took to read the book. I loved the way it kept me guessing and wondering how it was going to end. What a great ending to such a great story. By the way, I made the pie at the end of this book and by far the best recipe ever for Blueberry Pie.
I really can’t say enough for the Big Sky Pie series and each book does not disappoint. It makes me want to be one of the citizens of Kalispell, Montana. The friendship, the hope and the chance to start over. This is the reason that books are made, to take you to another place and time: lose yourself in the words.
Jane Wilson and Nick Taziano used to be step siblings and there was no love lost when their parents parted ways but when they find out that their parents are getting remarried well, that wasn’t good news at all. With both of them being older they have to face the reality of what really happened between their parents and try to keep them from getting married again.
Nick keeps showing up because he’s been hired to do the ad for the Big Sky Pie and is the best friend of the owner’s son Quint. Somehow the most appetizing thing for Nick is the head baker, Jane. After taking pictures at the shop the ad has revolved around Jane and her Delicious Pies.
When they come face to face they can’t stop the emotions that consume their every waking minute, the desire and electricity. One night of passion ended with the plus sign on a pregnancy test and Jane has to tell Nick.
This book has a surprising ending that doesn’t disappoint the readers.
*OBS would like to thank the publisher for supplying a free copy of this title in exchange for an honest review*
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I absolutely loved this book!!! WARNING: This book may make you crave pie!!! A LOT!!!Read more