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    Love and Cakes in Brooklyn

    A charming and very funny Book #2 in Julie Caplin’s Romantic Escapes series. The bustle of Brooklyn and an apartment over a deliciously scented bakery provide the perfect setting for food editor Sophie Bennings to rebuild her life. She’s relocated to New York from London for work, after a devastating breakup with a secretly married boyfriend. Starting from scratch in a new country is no easy feat for anyone. But Sophie finds her way with pluck and good humor. Meeting columnist Todd McLennan adds sexy complications. And the author’s mouth-watering food descriptions alone make The Little Brooklyn Bakery a must read. An addictive romp for any reader wanting a delectable rom-com escape. Thanks to NetGalley and HarperCollins UK, HarperImpulse, for the advance copy. Opinions are mine.
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    Sweet romance. Enjoyable read.

    After a nasty breakup, Sophie Jennings makes the snap decision to leave London to accept a six-month position as a food editor for a top-notch magazine in New York. When she meets fellow worker Todd McLennan, she is amazed at her reaction to him because of her recently ended relationship. Todd likes he just as much but is quite clear that he doesn’t at want anything serious. It was rather enjoyable to read of the yummy food and treats. It was also quite easy to understand the limitations that Sophie and Todd set on their budding romance. I kept saying to myself how sweet the romance, as well as the other relationships in this book were. What a touching read. Well done, Ms. Caplin. The Little Brooklyn Bakery is part of a three-book series. I look forward to reading the other two stories. Many thanks to HarperCollins UK and to NetGalley for this ARC for review.
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