The Sweetest Thing
Publish date: May 10th 2011
Pages no: 336
Edition language: English
, Food And Drink
, Realistic Fiction
, Coming Of Age
, Womens Fiction
, Chick Lit
My one-star rating is only for the first 100 pages of the book.Cakes are Sheridan's life. They're all she thinks about, all she fantasizes about, all she decorates. That should make for a pretty sweet story, right? I imagine it would, if only Sheridan were half as sweet. The 102 pages of this I mana...
But that's what faith is, right? Trusting that no matter how things look, everthing's going to work out according to plan.Sheridan Wells is still devastated from being abandoned by her mother a couple of years ago so, she busies herself in cake decorating at her grandmother's bakery. Her father - a...
Reviewed at http://www.mandikayereads.com/archives/905I was completely sucked into this one from the first page. I love to cook, and while I pretty much suck at baking I can truly appreciate the talent it takes to be a cake decorator. Reading about people who do the things I love to do is always a p...
This story had me at "cake". Why? Well, my nickname isn't "Cupcakegirly" for nuthin'! I've been "all about cake & cupcakes" since I can remember and baking and decorating 'lil cakes 'o love is what I do when I'm not reading. (If I could live in a bakery with books I would be in Heaven!)This reall...
When Sheridan Wells was younger, her mother left suddenly without warning. Now, she's 15 – but still believes that her mother loves her wants to come back. When she's not searching for her mother on the internet, she's known as Cake Girl – as she makes beautiful cakes. This is unsurprising – her Mot...
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