By Sandra D. Bricker
Thirty-six-year-old Emma Rae Travis has been baking strong point truffles and melt-in-your-mouth pastries on the Backstreet Bakery in old Roswell, simply outdoors of Atlanta, for the final six years. yet the following s the rub approximately her task as a baker ... Emma is diabetic. whilst she tastes her creations, it may possibly simply be within the such a lot minute parts. Emma is taken into account an artisan for the beautiful cr??me brulee marriage ceremony cake that received her the Passionate Palette Award final yr, yet she s by no means even had one complete slice of it. while Jackson Drake hears approximately this neighborhood baker who has gained a prestigious award for her marriage ceremony cake artistry, he tells his assistant to make sure and comprise her within the pastry tastings scheduled at his new marriage ceremony vacation spot resort the next week. And for Jackson, that exact day has began badly with workmen trapped in a damaged elevator and a supply of a number of dozen 300-thread-count mattress linens within the unsuitable measurement deserted within the foyer. but if the smug baker he met every week previous in Roswell stumbles into the eating room with a platter of pastries and a bucketful of orders, he is familiar with for definite: It s going to be a truly rotten day. Can those ill-suited gamers grasp the high-wire act and make a move in their new enterprise enterprise? Or will they take one another crashing downward, with no internet? and should the shock marriage ceremony on the Tanglewood be theirs?
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Fee’s silent scrutiny caused Emma to look down at her clothes. Navy blue linen trousers and a pale pink silk blouse. “I know it’s a little more dressy than normal,” she explained, fidgeting with the lone wrinkle she spotted on the sleeve of her blouse. “But this is an important job, in an elegant hotel, and—” “No, no,” Fee interrupted. ” Emma asked on a chuckle. ” “Hey. ” “Yes, it is. ” “Do you want to borrow my choker? ” Emma stared for a moment at the jagged silver rendition of thorny barbed wire circling Fee’s throat, and then she shook her head.
The snicker that popped out of her was certainly not ladylike. Jackson climbed out from behind the wheel of his Altima and tucked the white bakery box of brownies beneath the shelter of his overcoat to protect it from the rain. The moment he crossed the threshold of The Tanglewood Inn, the familiar cackling of hens greeted him. “Jackson, you’re dray-enched,” Georgiann declared in her thick Southern drawl. “It’s rainin’ cats and puppies out they-ah,” Madeline added. Norma Jean tossed him a thick, white towel that smelled like flowers.
My kingdom for an interruption! “This place gave you your start. I took you in—” —when you were a nobody right out of cooking school. Emma could say it with him, word for irritating word. She’d certainly heard it enough times to commit the diatribe to memory. ” Fee didn’t set foot into the kitchen. She just called to her through a slight crack in the door. “Em? ” THAT’s what I’m talkin’ about! An interruption! Harry was still grumbling as she moved past him and picked up the phone. ” “Ms. Travis, my name is Susannah Littlefield.
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