First, he ghosted her. Now, he has a proposition…
Taryn Lawson needs more customers in her bakery to prove she’s capable of taking over the family business. The summer fair is the perfect opportunity to jump-start her vision with a specialized booth showcasing her creative desserts. Despite her fierce work ethic, she needs help to build her booth in time. Unfortunately, the only person available is the handsome attorney who played with her heart last Christmas.
Trial attorney Garrett Andrews regrets not contacting the pretty baker he dated during his last holiday vacation. But he had his reasons and is finally ready to make amends. When he returns to town for his sister’s wedding, Garrett gets his second chance when Taryn needs help building her booth.
Working together reignites the spark, but Taryn is aware the clock is ticking. Will they realize what they have is special before it’s too late, or will their second chance at love once again slip through their fingers?
A super sweet romance.
The town of Silver Falls is not only gearing up for their
summer fair, but there is also a big wedding about to take place. Garrett Andrews is back in town for his
sister Callie’s wedding and he will have to face the girl he ghosted six months
ago, Taryn Lawson. Taryn runs her family
bakery and has been dealing with a big loss of customers due to a new bakery
that recently opened. She needs to make
the best booth for the Silver Falls Summer Festival if she plans to get
customers back in her bakery. But when
she discovers her booth has been ruined by a leak in her shed, she panics. Garrett is quick to help Taryn build a new
booth. Working together brings back the
old memories they shared during Garrett’s stay in Silver Falls during
Christmas. But, can Taryn trust her heart
to stay professional only? She knows
once the wedding is over, Garrett will be leaving town again.
This was a fun and sweet story with small-town charm. I enjoyed every minute of Taryn and Garrett’s
reunion, along with catching up with Callie and Brandt, from The Christmas
Window. And, I can't end without mentioning that gorgeous cover.