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Taste of Tara (A Magnolias and Moonshine Novella Book 19) Kindle Edition
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Tara goes to Atlanta to be a pastry chef for at a manor for an immersion experience. While she has some bad luck with thugs, humidity, and stinky bugs, she falls in love with the history and the surroundings. She also meets a dashing young horseman Brett Cutler (can anyone say Rhett Butler?).
I loved that the characters all had names linked to Gone with the Wind in some way. The romance between Tara and Brett was adorable. He was a knight in shining armor, and she was in turns a damsel in distress, and a sassy southern girl.
Taste of Tara is on my list of favorite books in this series.
Content: clean (kissing)
The story was delightful. It was so much fun that the names of the characters were plays on names and places in Gone with the Wind.
I loved that Brett was constantly rescuing Tara. From rescuing her when she ended up in the wrong part of town, to dressing as a Southern Gentleman from the 1800s to rescue her from what could have been an overly long interview with the guests. . .
It is my favorites of the series.
For those who love Gone With The Wind,
you will enjoy this story.
Tara & Brett are modern day Scarlett & Rhett.
Set on a plantation in Atlanta. They host a historical reenactment for a month. Tara was hired as their pastry chief. Brett supplied the horses need for the guests. As they spend time together, their feelings grow, but the problem is Tara lives in Portland & Brett in Atlanta.
Can Tara & Brett realize what they mean to each other or does Tara fly home at the end of the month?
A MUST READ FOR EVERYONE!!!
A very romantic story. Really enjoyed it.