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    Deliciously cozy romance with mild angst

    Sweet Nothings is a lovely story about second chances. The blurb caught my attention and I was eager to try a new-to-me author. I liked the writing style and will look for more of their works in the future. This book was well named because it featured a romance almost too sweet for my taste, but that practically-too-easy connection was tempered by the angst and conflict surrounding Tristan and Jake’s pasts that ended up impacting their current lives. Overall, I really liked these characters and enjoyed watching them get their happy ending. I especially loved seeing Tristan realize his dreams of getting a bakery. The author did a great job at bringing the things that were important to Tristan and Jake out to the forefront. This was especially noticeable in the way Tristan’s love for flavors and baking came through in multiple interactions or his thoughts throughout the story. Though their immediate blind trust in one another was a tad unbelievable, I ended up really liking that the couple was readily supportive of one another because it led the love story in a different direction than anticipated. I also liked the protective siblings and small town feeling that came across, enough that it left me interested in reading more within the Amuse Bouche series. Although this wasn’t a book that grabbed my attention so fervently it didn’t let go, I liked the characters and story in Sweet Nothings and really enjoyed the bakery setting and foodie elements. If you’re looking for a comfortable romance with some minor, but easily resolved angst, I’d recommend this title.

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