Master Baker Kindle Edition
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"This book had me laughing so hard, this dirty talking baker also had me snorting and hot in the collar." ~ 5 stars, Emily at Mrs. B's Books
"Oh em gee this book had me laughing so hard!" ~ 5 stars, Robin Sweeney on Goodreads
"Master Baker is a Masterpiece!" ~ 5 stars, Anne Heath on Goodreads
"Reading a Pippa Grant book isn't simply reading a book. It's living a lifetime of zany laughter, unparalleled adventure and swoony, forever love in an alternate reality for the few hours we spend with these characters. They say laughter is like medicine, and every heart needs a good dose of Pippa, so grab this hilarious, heartfelt, phenomenal read today!" ~ 5 stars, BookAddict on Goodreads
"This book is pure Pippa Grant goodness. Feuding towns, a bakery war, a dirty-mouthed bird, a matchmaking goat....and a sweet and sexy enemies-to-lovers romance." ~ 5 stars, Jennifer on Goodreads
"This book will having you laughing, snorting (a lot of which happens in this one!), and sighing sweet sighs." ~ 5 stars, Beyond the Covers blog
"If you love bakers with an intense dirty talk game you'll love Grady." ~ 5 stars, Sara on Goodreads
"I actually blushed when reading the way Grady "talks" to his batters and doughs. Holy hotness! Master Baker indeed!" ~ 5 stars, Bibliophile Chloe on Goodreads
- ASIN : B07TBSYTT1
- Publisher : Bang Laugh Love LLC (June 27, 2019)
- Publication date : June 27, 2019
- Language : English
- File size : 2650 KB
- Simultaneous device usage : Unlimited
- Text-to-Speech : Enabled
- Screen Reader : Supported
- Enhanced typesetting : Enabled
- X-Ray : Enabled
- Word Wise : Enabled
- Print length : 407 pages
- Lending : Enabled
- Best Sellers Rank: #6,252 in Kindle Store (See Top 100 in Kindle Store)
- Customer Reviews:
Top reviews from the United States
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Grady is a Master Baker and runs his own Bakery. Annika's mother owns her own bakery in Sarcasm and it's called Duh-nuts. Sad part is that Annika's poor mom recently lost her sight so she is relying on Annika and her 13 year old sister to run their bakery. But Annika is not a baker. She is known to burn water.
To make things interesting both Grady and Annika agree to a competition between the two bakeries. The town's get involved and help grow the businesses. This is such a fun read. There are lots of twists and turns. you will absolutely love this story.
This book is full of laughs, some emotional ups and downs, passion for baking and each other, and I really enjoyed every moment I spent with this couple! My heart hurt for them a lot, as they had this competing bakeries between their budding relationship and rekindled friendship. But I was also smiling so hard at times due to their banter, their reactions, and above all, their love! Annika tries so hard and is the type of person to put her whole life on hold to help those she loves, even if it’s something she hates, like baking. Grady has such a huge heart, and I loved the steps he was willing to go to help Annika succeed, even if it was part of a lie to just make more money. I loved them together! I loved all of their interactions and the way the side characters (like Sue!) brought so much into the storyline and I just fell in love with Annika and Grady!
Grady Rock does one thing better than anyone else. He bakes the most perfect confections that Shipwreck has ever seen. People come from neighboring cities to try the pastries that he's sweet talked into existence. That is, until the girl who USED to be his best friend opens a bakery in neighboring Sarcasm and has the audacity to advertise all over Shipwreck!
Annika has her reasons for separating from the Army and returning home to help her mother realize her dream of owning a bakery. As much as the handsome master baker in Shipwreck might think, it really has nothing to do with him. But you can’t have bakery wars without rivalry, and you can’t have decent rivalry without contact between the rivals. And that’s were things really get interesting, in ways I couldn’t even begin to imagine.
This author has a rare gift, infusing the narrative with the perfect touch of hilarity so the story sparkles and shines with life and plays out in living color. She then gives us larger-than-life, unique secondary characters who are unforgettable in their outrageousness, and a flawed but loveable hero and heroine who effortlessly make a place for themselves in our hearts.
Reading a Pippa Grant book isn’t simply reading a book. It’s living a lifetime of zany laughter, unparalleled adventure and swoony, forever love in an alternate reality for the few hours we spend with these characters. They say laughter is like medicine, and every heart needs a good dose of Pippa, so grab this hilarious, heartfelt, phenomenal read today!
*I reviewed an early copy of this book freely and voluntarily, having made no commitment to provide feedback and receiving no compensation of any kind from any source.
Top reviews from other countries
Annika Williams is a heroine who is loyal, loving and in love with the boy she left behind at age 18 to join the army. She comes back to the neighbouring town of Sarcasm to care for he suddenly blind mother and 13 year old sister. She is tasked with opening a rival bakery, making her Grady's enemy. Except, this pair are meant to be together.
Despite both towns and families conspiring to keep them as rivals and bitter enemies, Grady and Annika are destined to be together and nothing is going to stop them, including cake related disasters!
This was caketastic from beginning to end. I drooled over the food descriptions. I swooned over the romance of Grady going all out to claim his forever woman.
I felt an emotional kinship with Annika, I loved the way she finally admitted to herself that Grady was her always man.
This particular Pippa Grant had less laughter, more angst but I loved this switch up. Madcap antics are always welcome but gut wrenching storylines are to be embraced too.
This book shows that Pippa has real range in her writing. Recommended to infinity❤
How could you not love a modern day Romeo and Juliet story based in the towns of Shipwreck and Sarcasm? Where the local plumbing company is called No Sh*t and the donut bakery Duh-Nuts.
I couldn’t pinpoint which character I loved more, but Bailey, Annika’s teenage sister had some cracking comebacks. One of my favourites after the baseball to poor Grady’s family jewels was “If she’d been trying, we’d still be out there scavenging for his little swimmers.”
If you like eye rolling innuendos, bad jokes and exaggerated sarcasm then you are in luck because this is overfilled with them all.
And of course we add in the wierd sidekick goat and foul-mouthed parrot, cringe-worthy grandparents and a female lead with absolutely zero personality.
I think the book dragged on for far too long, I skipped quite a lot of it and yet didn't miss anything! It just didn't work for me I'm afraid.
This story of Grady and Annika will make you feel all of that and more. Plus Sue the goat will have you laughing your socks off and you will constantly be in the mood for all the sweet things. I'm talking cakes and muffins and donuts, or should I say Duh-Nuts, ALL the sweet things.
I think the story at the heart of it, the stuff the characters go through and feel, how real they are, is enhanced by hilarious side characters - including animals - and situations.
You come out on the other side of the book in a daze and just wanting more! Thankfully every book delivers and with a vast cast of quirky people you can't help yourself from hoping they'll all get their own books!
Highly recommended for all the laughs and all the feels.