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  • Wrong Number

    A wrong number turns into a friendship of sexting of two lonely people that turns into so much more. Avery has moved away from home to work in a Jewish bakery with her scrumptious well known cupcakes. She soon strikes up a friendship with owner's son, Jake. This friendship leads into more and they find out that they are the sexting buddies. They both are self conscious of themselves, Avery has a hearing loss and Jake has terrible scars to his leg and walks with a limp. They both want to belong and just to find home. A steamy romance with plenty of fun banter between Avery and Jake. Full of emotion and a strong sense of family. Add in all of yummy bakery goods, makes for the perfect read. This is the first book that I have by the author and will not be my last.

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  • Flirty

    Wrong Number is another first book by a new-to-me author for me to read. By Laura Brown, this is a flirty and fun read with engaging characters. The R-rated texts are more fun than offensive sounding certainty not disgusting but objectionable to some. The audience for this romance would be not as old as me who is probably past their mothers’ age. Jake Ruben and Avery Bloom have a lot of baggage in life but also a strong support system too. They have dealt with some tragic situations being stronger, kinder, and living life with grace. They also have their faith in common though their texts never really go in that direction. It is through the bakery and holidays that the reader comes to know this. It is not a major part of the story but nice to know. Not an extremely serious read at all. More of a modern, contemporary, open text (bedroom) door “You’ve Got Mail” story. No business is being closed and not boss is going to be upset when these two meet. I will admit after a while I skipped some of the texts. Knowing the characters thoughts helped to put the fantasy they texted into perspective but I liked when the texts turned into “normal conversation” as Jake puts it. Entertaining escapism reading. 3.5 Stars An ARC of the book was given to me by Tule Publishing which I voluntarily chose to read and reviewed. All thoughts and opinions are my own.

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  • Loved it!

    What starts out as a wrong number turns into something unexpected. Jake and Avery’s friendship starts out with them texting each other. Jake texts a dirty text to his friend but it goes to Avery instead. Avery responds back and that is how their friendship starts. I thought they had so much chemistry between them. This book was a fun read. It will make you laugh, smile and it even has some drama! Pick up this book to find out what could happens when you answer back a wrong number text! I voluntarily reviewed this book in exchange for an honest review.

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  • slow burn romance

    This was an interesting read. Its a new author for me and characters in the story are jewish and work at a Jewish style bakery. The heroine is Avery and she is the new baker in town and she just lost her lover and wants to help fulfill his dream of a bakery so she wants more training and that takes her to a bakery run by Jake's mother. She also wears hearing aids and when the story starts one is broken and needs to be fixed. Jake is a hairdresser with a limp injury and he and Avery first meet by bad text and then later get to know each other in person as he helps out at the bakery as well. This was a sweet and romantic story and I enjoyed it. I enjoyed the authors writing style. However I like a little more passion in my stories and this was on the tamer side. I received a complimentary early release copy of this e-book from the author prior to release and am voluntarily leaving a review.

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