- File Size: 3108 KB
- Print Length: 199 pages
- Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
- Publisher: Tule Publishing (February 21, 2017)
- Publication Date: February 21, 2017
- Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B01NBT3NLY
- Text-to-Speech: Enabled
- Word Wise: Enabled
- Lending: Enabled
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #43,978 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
Sprinkled with Love (The Bachelor Bake-Off Book 3) Kindle Edition
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Top Customer Reviews
Jillian and Avery have a history together, but had gone their separate ways when Avery went on the Rodeo circuit. But now he is back in town due to an injury, and his sister was kind enough to sign him up for the Bachelor Bake Off fundraiser. For that he needed Jillian's help.
I loved the characters, especially the cats. Jillian and Avery both have such big hearts, even if they are both a bit on the stubborn side at times.
Jillian Parker started as a babysitter, then became the nanny when Avery's parents died. She spent many years as the person Avery could rely on while pining after him and enduring the town gossip about their relationship. She finally got over him and is making her dream of a jewelry shop a reality. When Avery asks for help with the Bachelor Bake-off, how can she say no to her friend?
Then there is Romeo, the cat she adopted for her Mom to keep her mind of Jillian's love life. Romeo has a propensity for escaping and ending up at Avery's trying to win the affection of his sister's cat, Marshmallow.
As these two work through the past and each other’s misconceptions, can they find their way into a future together? This was a quick read with a bit of fun and a bit of drama. There was not as much baking as the previous books in the series, but it is nice addition. As with the others, this book can be read as a stand alone.
**I voluntarily read and reviewed an Advanced Copy provided by the Publisher via NetGalley.
As Avery, a bareback rider returns to Marietta, MT. to recover from an injury, he might not get the recovery he was expecting.
His sister has entered him up for an event he is unprepared to tackle.
Jillian a feisty jewelry maker, has her plate full, trying to launch her new career, babysitting her Mom's cat, Romeo, all the while trying to keep her mom's meddling affairs at bay.
Beth, Avery's sister, knows Jillian's help is the answer they all need.
As Marietta's fundraiser gets underway, the Bachelors bake-off is the talk of the town, but baking isn't all that's heating up.
Avery had no idea that entering the competition would open his eyes to the important things around him.
Jennifer Faye's Sprinkled With Love is witty, spicy, & truly a heartwarming book. The cutest romance book of 2017. Letting go of the past is the only way to see the future and Sprinkled With Love encourages one to believe in second chances for all those who never believed it could happen to them.
When in Marietta, Montana I expect a certain feel to the story, to involve the townsfolk in some way or another. The sense of community, neighbors and people who care about one another is very strong in the ongoing adventures set in this country – cowboy – small town feeling place. I also got very little impressions of the actual gearing up for Avery’s part in the bake-off. What I did get was the impression of two people who kept missing the mark with each other, the timing off somehow. While Jillian had feelings for Avery for a long time, he didn’t return them only friendship. When Avery did decide to notice Jillian, he was all over the place in his indecision of whether or not to follow through on a relationship. So, like I said earlier – while it’s a good stand alone kind of story in general – it wasn’t one that I got caught up in enough to care one way or the other about the outcome. And it honestly pains me to say that, but this one missed that “it’s great to be back in Marietta” feeling for me.
The true stars of this story were the adorable cats Romeo and Marshmallow. Romeo certainly did live up to his name.
*I received an e-ARC of this novel from the publisher via NetGalley. That does not change what I think of this story. It is my choice to leave a review giving my personal opinion about this book.*
Most Recent Customer Reviews
The blurb made Sprinkled with Love sound like it would be a lot of fun with the pseudo-drama of a Bachelor Bake-Off and kitties. The kitties deliver.Read more
I was drawn to this book because of the matchmaking cat. I must say that was my favorite part being the cat lover I am.Read more