Monday, May 28, 2012

Bittersweet by Brooke Moss

Anna Kirkpatrick isn’t looking for love. Being a single mom to Bowan, her eight-year-old autistic son, takes up all of her time…leaving no room for romance. Willing to do anything to help her son come out of his shell, Anna agrees to take Bowan to cooking classes with a world class chef.

Motorcycle-riding pastry chef Leo Mancini isn’t exactly searching for
“the one”, either. After losing every penny he had, his business, and
his girlfriend, he’s moved to northern Idaho to sulk, restart his
career, and pay his sister back for a loan that no amount of money
could ever really suffice.

When Anna and Leo discover that Bowan’s fondness for the kitchen
extends beyond his peculiar cookbook collection, Leo quickly becomes the one person who can break through his barriers. But will Leo and Anna’s attraction lead to more than just a weekly cooking lesson?

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My Review 

  Anna Kirkpatrick hasn’t had it easy. After her and her now ex-husband found out about their son he left. He shortly stopped come to see Bowen. Anna takes Bowen to see a therapist Gianna Mancini. When she is leaving she sees a man walk in to the waiting room he took her breath away. He had a bright bluebird on his neck. The only thing that impresses her is his looks. Later that night when Gianna calls her to ask if her brother Leo Mancini can help with Bowen. He is chef and Bowen loves to cook that is the only time he is fine with things on hands. Anna agrees.
When she goes to the first cooking lesson she can’t stop her thoughts about how handsome Leo is. She hasn’t felt this way about anyone for a long time. He is bringing up feeling that scare her. She thinks he would want nothing to do with her. When he makes his move on her she get weak in the knees.

I don’t normally read short stories because it can take me awhile to get into a new book. I have read The What if Guy and fell in love with it. So I wanted to read Bittersweet. I wasn’t disappointed! You are pulled in from the first paragraph and it keeps you wanting more. I read a lot and Brooke Moss writes the best love stories. She makes you fall in love with her characters right away.

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