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Charlie Stetko had a life to envy. A penthouse in Manhattan, a beautiful girlfriend, and a circle of perfect friends. Or so she thought. When her girlfriend sends her packing, Charlie ends up unemployed. Without a place to live or money of her own, she’s forced to do the one thing she vowed she never would: Go back to Shaker Falls, Vermont. Back to her parents, back to the bakery where she worked as a teen, back to the small town life - and the people - she left behind.

Emma Grier thought Charlie was the love of her life until that uppity Manhattan entrepreneur swept Charlie off her feet and made her a trophy wife. Charlie left everything Shaker Falls behind, including Emma’s shattered heart. But Emma picked herself back up and now owns a popular restaurant in Shaker Falls. As for her love life? She doesn’t need one. Something else she doesn’t need? Charlie waltzing into her restaurant to sell her the bakery’s pie.

What happens when Charlie and Emma realize their differing paths have led them right back to each other?

©2020 Georgia Beers (P)2020 Bold Strokes Books Inc

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cute.

I think cute is the best word. Not the most passionate or intense novel by the author; just warm and lovely. Very predictable and you know the ending from early on. Some aspects of the story could have been given more detail, felt a bit rushed at the end. Nice, but not up there with the best.

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