The Girl At The Bake Shop [COMPLETED]

The Girl At The Bake Shop [COMPLETED]

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Zephyr701 By zephyr701 Completed

Evan Reed has dreams, and sometimes those dreams show him the future. Like the dream he has about a beautiful woman he's never met. When they do finally meet, he learns she is supposed to be his wife, and he does everything he can to make her fall in love with him; but it turns out, that's easier said than done.

Blake Summers wasn't looking for love. She was primarily focused on her career, and expanding the family business. When Evan unexpectedly falls into her life, her head tries to keep her on track, but her tempted heart wants to take control and allow love to sweep her off her feet.

*This book is teen friendly as far as mature content goes. There are mentions of cutting, dark childhoods and other things. If you're willing to fall in love with these characters and ride their emotional rollercoaster then please give it a read*

Agub37 Agub37 Sep 23
Very intriguing! Very strange that he would kiss her forehead unless this skit of his was because of something very important but it says a lot about his character!
emmibear413 emmibear413 Sep 24
I hope nothing is wrong with the grandmother, kinda makes me think she set her up for a date that didn't pan out. Maybe grandmother is playing match maker.
emmibear413 emmibear413 Sep 24
This sentence explains it, but maybe you could put both sentences in the same paragraph. Or say something like "Looking back when I began my career as a young teen..."
Wow. If some guy I'd never met called me babe as a greeting, I probably wouldn't react well. I like this twist, though 🙂
emmibear413 emmibear413 Sep 24
This makes me think that she is a young teen which has a career, how would she be old enough to do so?
Agub37 Agub37 Sep 23
The previous sentence explains this. Perhaps you could push this sentence further to reveal something about her personality? "Not needing their pity" is somewhat cliche unless it is truly important to the character