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    Cake at Midnight Is A Great Idea

    Not only did this story leave me craving a big helping of chocolate rum cake, but I need more from Jessie L. Star, like yesterday! Set in Australia, Cake at Midnight is a foodie romance that centers around a trio of childhood friends and a sweet, budding romance. Since Gio initiated a kiss with her best friend Dec, their trio has been strained. Zoe doesn't speak to Dec since he started taking advantage of Gio's unrequited crush, and Gio can't help but put his needs first. One night he takes it too far and Gio finally sees the light. She intends to cut him off for 30 days in an effort to get him out of her system. Enter Theo: tall, brooding, and incredibly honorable. Gio's neighbor is quite the opposite of Dec and full of secrets. His character adds layers to the plot that kept me intrigued and unable to stop reading. Jessie L. Star strikes the perfect balance between quirky romance and foodie romance. The foodie aspect is a part of Gio's character that works along with the plot and there isn't too much foray into the technicalities of baking. Theo's family is outrageously scandalous and adds an interesting air of drama. Cake at Midnight is more than I expected it to be. It's a quirky, fun, and humorous read that adds heartbreak as a softening touch. You'll cry tears of sadness and laughter as much as you would from a Kristan Higgins novel! *ARC provided in consideration for review*

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