Always the Baker, Never the Bride by Sandra D. Bricker

By Sandra D. Bricker

Thirty-six-year-old Emma Rae Travis has been baking distinctiveness muffins and melt-in-your-mouth pastries on the Backstreet Bakery in ancient Roswell, simply outdoors of Atlanta, for the final six years. yet right here s the rub approximately her task as a baker ... Emma is diabetic. whilst she tastes her creations, it could actually in basic terms be within the so much 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 lodge the next week. And for Jackson, that specific day has began badly with workmen trapped in a damaged elevator and a supply of numerous dozen 300-thread-count mattress linens within the flawed measurement deserted within the foyer. but if the smug baker he met every week past in Roswell stumbles into the eating room with a platter of pastries and a bucketful of orders, he understands for convinced: It s going to be a truly rotten day. Can those ill-suited gamers grasp the high-wire act and make a cross in their new company enterprise? Or will they take one another crashing downward, with out a web? and may the shock marriage ceremony on the Tanglewood be theirs?

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Well,” Norma began, combing her already-perfect hair back with the tips of her fingers, just the way Jackson often did. ” Emma interrupted. “His late wife, sugah,” Georgiann offered. ” “She used to work here at The Tanglewood,” Norma went on. “It was a little boutique hotel back then,” Madeline added. ” “She used to dream about buying this place and turning it into a wedding destination hotel,” Georgiann took over again. “She’d tell him all about her plans. ” Susannah leaned closer to Emma, and her floral scent tickled Emma’s nostrils.

Emma folded her notes and, on her way back to the kitchen, tucked them into the file folder of impending weddings that Madeline had provided. She’d want to go over them with Fee when she arrived for her first official day in the employ of The Tanglewood Inn. Emma glanced at her watch and wondered what Fee’s take on the place would be. Less than an hour. Not nearly enough time to file down the jagged edges around her. Emma took a slow stroll down the wide hallway from the lobby that led toward the restaurant and kitchens.

Let’s do a selection of petit fours,” she said. “Both kinds of brownies. ” Fee obediently removed each selection as Emma pointed it out, arranging the pastries atop a lace doily on a large aluminum tray. “I’m going to take two of the mini wedding cakes out of the fridge. ” “I did, but that’s not until Thursday. ” “Oh, Em,” Fee said on an excited sigh. ” “For us,” Emma replied. “If I go, you go. ” Fee crumpled as she tried to stifle her enthusiasm, and then she popped up into a bouncing ball of excitement.

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