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    ...sugary sweetness.

    Like the characters she creates, Sheets strives to spread happiness with her confectionery brand of sunshine. Don't Call Me Cupcake is an ideal introduction to an at times kooky, yet always light hearted series. A gesture of kindness sparks a professional rivalry and an irresistible romance. Tara Sheets' and her Holloway Girls will definitely put a little love in your heart, even as they tempt readers with sugary sweetness.
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    For fans of Practical Magic

    Emma Halloway and her cousin Juliette are the last of the Halloway’s on Pine Cove Island. The Halloway women have, for generations, had magical powers that they use for the good of the inhabitants of Pine Cove. Emma, like her grandmother before her, bakes her magic into her cupcakes for her bakery. Hunter Kane is a real estate developer, who has bought the empty restaurant in Pine Cove and is planning on selling French pastries. Emma is convinced that he will put her out of business. This is a cute light confection of a book. I liked this book overall. It is sweet (there is sex, but done in a PG rated way), the secondary characters were charming, and I did want to read Juliette’s book. What kept this from being a five star book, Emma. Emma was a bit of a whiner. When she finds out what Hunter is in town for, instead of figuring out how to beat him in the bakery business, she seems to throw up her hands and wants to resort to her magic. I just wish that she was a stronger character. I received an ARC from NetGalley for my honest review
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