Bake This! (300 Moons #5)

Bake This! (300 Moons #5)

by Tasha Black

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BN ID: 2940157462338
Publisher: 13th Story Press
Publication date: 12/19/2016
Series: 300 Moons , #5
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
Sales rank: 173,993
File size: 377 KB

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Bake This! (300 Moons #5) 4.8 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 5 reviews.
SHould More than 1 year ago
Bake This! was an awesome read. It was fast, but very fun. The characters were very relatable and the story just molded itself to my senses. Everything scene, every chapter, just flowed from one to the next without giving a feeling that I had to stop at each one of them. It is a great story that you can read on it's own, or in continuation in this series. Of course, it's nice to know the history of all the main characters, so as a follow up story it is the best to read it this way. If you love sexy shifters, clumsy witches and a story that is bigger than what it seemed at first, you will love this book from this series. Happy reading!
singneon More than 1 year ago
The truth and nothing but the truth, lol. I like Tess, she's smart and clumsy, her magic is great to have, the price for using her magic makes for a hilarious, upbeat, entertaining tale. Will is perfect for her and they share an instant attraction. I like the connection of the previous characters and I enjoyed reading this addition to the series & love apple pie. :) Through the calamity of Tess, these two team up and save the day. Loved it and couldn't put it down!!
spanishladyAM More than 1 year ago
I love these Harkness kids, so much family love and unity. Kate has and continues to give love to these shifter children dropped off with her because of their inability to handle their special gifts. She raises them to feel true family love and that their special gifts do not make them outcasts, but that they are very special. Her first bunch of kids are grown now and some have made a name for themselves, even have found their true mates. Derek's brother Will has always preferred to stay in the shadows, a lone wolf until he meets his brother's sister in law that is. The accident prone, lone witch brings him out of the shadows. What's even better is that Tess can't tell a lie when she uses her magic, that's the price she has to pay for it. And doesn't that make it so much better for Will, he doesn't have to waist time trying to chase the quite beauty that keeps running away because she tells him exactly what she wants, him. This is a short wonderful Christmas get together for all the Harkness kids. It is such a pleasure to have them all together in one place sharing the love.
Werecat54 More than 1 year ago
Tess, a witch with a bad magic backlash problem, feels herself to be a fixer of mechanical things. Will Harkness is enjoying keeping both eyes on Tess as she tries to fix the cash register. She causes the fire alarm to go off, so she runs and hides, embarrassed. Tess watches as the Harkness family make 200 Apple pies for the Firehouse roof auction. Everyone has a station, where they make one part of the pie. She doesn't have a place, until someone mentions a problem with an oven. Then, tragedy and embarrassment. She tells everyone to leave and she will make the pies. Will stays to help. This story will make you laugh and will warm your heart, like Apple pie. I received this book for an honest review.
cherigCG More than 1 year ago
Tess is a witch with magic, however, using that magic demands a price. She rarely uses it for that reason. Forced to join her sister with her new fiance's family is stressful. Her sister is like so many matched people, they find it their duty to match up their loved ones. Tess doesn't want to be matched, even if the guy is cute. Tess isn't nearly as disappointed as her sister is when the man gets called away. Now Tess can quietly moon over her brother-in-law to be. Will too is quiet, yet follows Tess and witnesses her disastrous attempts to help. As quiet as he is, when the chance arises he shows Tess that quiet doesn't mean shy. He wants her and uses her concerns over the mistakes to find out how she feels. While there is still time before his 300th moon, he has a preview of the future, which endangers the family. Can Tess and Will team up to protect the family? The comedy of errors and the surprise price Tess must pay is cute yet a very important part of this romance. It is a short read, yet touching, funny, hot, and one not to miss. It may be months till Christmas, however, I dare you to read this and walk away without feeling like a warm Christmas morning.