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The Union Street Bakery

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  • Posted April 13, 2013

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    I love books about families. They are almost always a great read

    I love books about families. They are almost always a great read, and The Union Street Bakery is no exception. I really enjoyed this book and the family dynamics.




    Daisy McCrae is use to life in the fast lane, when that life falls apart she returns home. Home is a family owned bakery. She takes over the financial and business aspects of the bakery. She’s the money girl, her sister Rachel is the baker of the family and her other sister Margaret is the people person. These three sisters don’t always get a long well together, what sisters do, but they sure do make a good team.




    Daisy was adopted after she was left at the bakery when she was three years old. This leaves a lot of scars on Daisy as she grows up. She has a lot to over come with feelings of being left and not getting to emotionally attached to others for fear that they will leave her.




    There is a great family history mystery in this book. I LOVED it, it was so fun watching these sisters work together to uncover the mystery. Working together also helps bring these sisters closer together and understand each other better.




    I love the family dynamics in this book, it is very easy to relate to. There not a lot of romance in so if you are looking for romance this isn’t the book for you. If you are looking for a touching family story I think you’ll enjoy The Union Street Bakery.




    I don’t know if there is a follow up to this book yet, if not I sure hope there is. I would love to read more about these girls and their lives. I also enjoyed Mary Ellen Taylor’s voice as an author and I’ll be looking for more books by her.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted February 20, 2013

    The Union Street Bakery

    This book started out great, got a little slow in the middle, but the ending made up for it. All in all, I would recommend this book.

    1 out of 1 people found this review helpful.

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