Millions of readers around the world have fallen in love with Melody Grace's bestselling contemporary romances. Now discover the romance, laughter, and happily-ever-afters waiting for you in her new series, Sweetbriar Cove!
Summer Bloom lives for adventure -- and buttercream bourbon frosting. As a high-end pastry chef, she spends her days (and nights, and weekends) whipping up sweet treats, but when an unexpected detour leads her to the dilapidated bakery on Blackberry Lane, she decides to take a chance on her dreams and leave it all behind for a new life in Sweetbriar Cove. She has everything she needs for baking bliss - she just isn't expecting her new landlord to melt her heart, as well as her chocolate truffles...
Grayson Reid knows better than to fall for his impulsive new tenant. He keeps his life quiet and drama-free, but there's something about Summer he just can't resist. He's learned the hard way that a woman can turn your whole world upside down, but her kisses - and those croissants - are too tempting to ignore. He's determined to keep the lid on their romance, but soon, their chemistry is heating up the kitchen - and he doesn't want to play it safe any more.
Can this headstrong pair mix the right ingredients for love? Or will their passion burn out before they can find their happily-ever-after? Find out in the new novel from New York Times bestselling author, Melody Grace!
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Most Helpful Customer Reviews
Melody Grace once again hit it out of the park with this sweet, sexy, all the feels read. This is a book to curl up with on the couch, at the beach, pool of wherever your preferred reading spot is! Summer Bloom is adventurous and an amazing baker. Grayson Reid is her landlord and cautious, especially about getting involved in relationships. He can't seem to resist her baked goods or her. Will this headstrong pair find the perfect recipe for love or burn each other around the edges?
Favorite Quotes: She’d learned the hard way it was easier just to agree with everything her mom said. And live halfway across the country from her, too. Her father had the same idea: he’d divorced Eve when Summer was six, and now lived up in Alaska with his third wife and five Husky dogs. The only buns she needed in her life were the kind that came with pistachio crumble and caramel glaze. After all, once people had a taste of her sticky morning rolls, they all swore they were better than sex. I’m the Spinster of Sweetbriar. It’s official, they made me a sash and everything. ‘A lady doesn’t kiss and tell,’ Summer said primly, and Poppy snorted. ‘Then it’s a good thing I don’t see any ladies around.’ He had gotten exactly what he wanted, a peaceful life of steady solitude, and he couldn’t have hated it more. Irony was a *itch. My Review: Reading a Melody Grace book is like respite, her work generally contains most of my desired elements for an entertaining and pleasurable read; a sweet and steamy love story, relatable and endearing yet slightly bent characters, an interesting plot, amusing humor and clever banter from shameless friend posses, and a well-earned Happy Ever After. I haven’t read all her books but I have always enjoyed the ones I’ve had my hands on. All For You came with all the previously mentioned elements as well as the added bonuses of a sexy Englishman and a heroic cat named Marmaduke who saves the day several times. I adored it.