Monday, April 3, 2017

A Recipe for Romance (Bachelor Bake-Off #5) by Lara Van Hulzen - Review

Wes planned a drive by trip to Marietta, Montana to help his dad close a business deal and then to head back to his life in New York. But when his dad volunteers him for the Bachelor Bake-Off to commemorate a local fallen first responder, Wes can’t say no, even though Marietta holds painful memories and baking eludes his skill set.

After an accident sidelines Noelle Olsen’s career as a dancer, she moves to Montana to pursue a new dream: opening a dance studio in Marietta’s historic and charming downtown. When one of her students suckers her into helping the handsome Wes St. Clare whip up some winning recipes, Noelle finds herself dreaming about more than teaching dance.

Falling in love wasn’t part of Wes’ plans, and definitely not in Marietta, and as Noelle learns more about Wes and his business dealings, she fears she’ll lose her business along with her heart. Will cozy kitchens and a nudge from the St. Claire family help Wes and Noelle find the love they didn’t know they were looking for?

My Review:

Another sweet installment in Bachelor Bake-Off series. 

Wesley and Noelle are complete opposites.  Wes is a wealthy businessman who planned a quick trip to Marietta to see his family and help his father with a business deal before heading back to his home in New York.  Noelle is a former ballerina who moved to Marietta and opened a dance studio. 

Wes’ father enters him into the Bachelor Bake-Off, a fundraiser to help build Harry’s House.  But, since Wes can’t bake, his niece volunteers her dance teacher, Noelle, to teach him.  Neither one of them expected their working together to lead to love. 

This is one of those stories that you just don’t want to end.  It is the perfect romance and full of surprises.

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