- File Size: 3988 KB
- Print Length: 167 pages
- Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
- Publisher: Tule Publishing; 1 edition (February 14, 2017)
- Publication Date: February 14, 2017
- Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B01NARLE8N
- Text-to-Speech: Enabled
- Word Wise: Enabled
- Lending: Enabled
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #188,241 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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I loved all of the characters in this story. I really enjoyed how Tyler and Stacey worked together not only on trying to improve his baking skills, but also their partnership to try to help special needs or struggling kids and teens improve themselves and their lives.
I loved every minute of this story and didn't want it to end. I'm really going to miss these characters.
Kate Hardy did a beautiful job of taking Tyler Carter from a gym owner to a baker. He never, ever came off as some macho male. He was truly grateful for Stacey and he may have fallen in love with her from the moment she offered to help. Of course, he was helpless in the kitchen. But, he was so cute trying to ask her out, trying to get her to believe in herself, trying to get her into bed. He is recently off of a long relationship and doesn’t think that he’s ready for what he’s feeling but, he’s giving it a chance. Until the ex comes waltzing back into his life.
Then, he knows he’s ready to commit. Now, to make the woman of his dreams see his way.
Stacey was as cute as a mouse, and as timid as one. No self-confidence, no self-esteem. She couldn’t believe that someone like Tyler would even give her a second glance never mind be interested in her. As they got to know each other and her world was revealed to him, his mission changed. And, then, her life changed.
A Spoonful of Sugar was just a fun read. Kate Hardy wrote the sweet and sassy side as well as the mean-spirted side with flair. What I loved most was that Tyler was a man that didn’t hold back his secrets until it was too late and he had to win Stacey back. He was open and honest and, when things started going south, he told her what was happening instead of letting the hurt fester. He may have been macho in the gym, but he was certainly a man that any normal woman could fall in love with. Thank you, Kate Hardy for writing an interesting story with a plot-line that could actually happen in real life.
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Tyler has put all of his time and energy into his gym since his last relationship ended badly. He would rather not be in the bake-off, but doesn't want to let anyone down. When his first attempt to bake at home brings his cute and sweet neighbor over investigating the smoke alarm, he is more than happy to accept her help with preparing for the bake off.
Stacey Allman is a a teacher of special needs children. She has a hearing impairment and a stutter, and a definite lack of confidence, some courtesy of her father's behavior toward her. When Tyler offers boxing lessons in exchange for baking lessons, she takes a chance and steps out of her box.
I love how Tyler finds ways to show Stacey that no one is perfect at anything, and that she is a beautiful and strong person. I also love how they find a way to connect their professional worlds to look for ways to empower Special Needs children.
They have their challenges, not only with the bake off, but also with his ex's reappearance in his life. These are two interesting characters that are less than perfect, and it makes the story that much better.
**I received an e-ARC from the publisher. My review is voluntary.
I liked both the characters in this book. Stacey is a shy lady with grit. And Tyler is a caring hunk. Together they make a very nice couple. But what I liked about their relationship the best is that neither of them takes each other at the face value. They get to know each other closely and along the way help each become a stronger and confident individual. The fact that each of them had something to offer in the relationship made it feel real and durable. The way the author has handle the topic of special needs actually calls for a special mention. Kate Hardy has done a great job in handling Stacey’s hearing impairment all the while showing that irrespective of her own special needs, Stacey does her best to help others in need as well.
The plot did not really have a twist to offer other than the one mentioned in the blurb. But it was a pretty special read on its own with Kate Hardy’s beautiful narration.
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