Sprinkled with Love

Sprinkled with Love

by Jennifer Faye

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BN ID: 2940157180881
Publisher: The Tule Publishing Group, LLC
Publication date: 02/21/2017
Series: Bachelor Bake-Off , #3
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
Sales rank: 2,698
File size: 357 KB

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Sprinkled with Love 4.2 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 24 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Jennifer Faye made a story based upon a girl's teenage crush. What would happen if Jillian's crush saw her and was suddenly filled with love? Avery spent his dreams to raise his younger siblings when their parents were killed in a car crash. Jillian was his parents' choice to babysit his siblings, so when she offered he hired her to sit while he worked to pay the bills. He ignored all those rumors about her crush. After years being away, he has returned to heal from a rodeo injury. The rest of the story is pushed on by Romeo, her mother's cat, and her mother. This is not a cliffhanger. It wasn't explicit details of sexual activity. It was a good story. I recommend this for anyone.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
GJRA. I enjoyed this 172 page romance. Good clean story. GJRA
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Good read
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I really enjoyed this book. Very good read.
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Anonymous More than 1 year ago
4 stars
DaneWeimMama More than 1 year ago
Another cute read in the Bachelor Bake-off series. Jennifer Faye has such an easy writing style & her stories are just plain entertaining. I voluntarily reviewed an Advance Reader Copy of this book.
Kristyl21 More than 1 year ago
Jillian Parker is wrapped up in opening her new business Tangled Charms with her co-owner and friend Suzanna. When her mothers cat escapes she comes face to face with her long time crush Avery Wainwright who has returned home to nurse the leg he hurt while on the rodeo circuit. When Avery's sister ropes him into being part of the Marietta Bachelor Bake Off he realizes he needs a teacher. Jillian is hesitant to help him after he rejected her before but gives in to help support the cause. As the lessons go on feelings start to resurface along with the town gossip. Can the two get over there past and the towns gossip and build a life together? I really liked this book. The main Characters are likable and easy to root for.
BookSnuggle More than 1 year ago
Sprinkled with Love is book number three Bachelor Bake-Off series. This is Jillian Parker and Avery Wainwright's story. This is another sweet and cute addition to the Bachelor Bake-Off series. I really enjoyed the cats Romeo and Marshmallow but I had a hard time connecting to Jillian and Avery's characters. I voluntarily reviewed an Advance Reader Copy of this book.
KerryACroucier More than 1 year ago
Sprinkled with Love: Avery Wainwright is finally ready to start his life. He became his brother and sister's guardian at a young age, and did what he needed to take care of them. Now they are grown and making their own way, so it's his turn to figure out what he wants from life. Recuperating from a rodeo accident sends him back to Marietta with plenty of time to think. His sister, afraid he will be bored, meddles a little and enters him in the Bachelor Bake-off...why not? The cupcakes he made every year for their birthday were amazing...but if he needs help, why not ask Jillian? Jillian Parker started as a babysitter, then became the nanny when Avery's parents died. She spent many years as the person Avery could rely on while pining after him and enduring the town gossip about their relationship. She finally got over him and is making her dream of a jewelry shop a reality. When Avery asks for help with the Bachelor Bake-off, how can she say no to her friend? Then there is Romeo, the cat she adopted for her Mom to keep her mind of Jillian's love life. Romeo has a propensity for escaping and ending up at Avery's trying to win the affection of his sister's cat, Marshmallow. As these two work through the past and each other’s misconceptions, can they find their way into a future together? This was a quick read with a bit of fun and a bit of drama. There was not as much baking as theprevious books in the series, but it is nice addition. As with the others, this book can be read as a stand alone. **I voluntarily read and reviewed an Advanced Copy provided by the Publisher via NetGalley.
jboehmke More than 1 year ago
This was a good story. Jillian and Avery have a history together, but had gone their separate ways when Avery went on the Rodeo circuit. But now he is back in town due to an injury, and his sister was kind enough to sign him up for the Bachelor Bake Off fundraiser. For that he needed Jillian's help. I loved the characters, especially the cats. Jillian and Avery both have such big hearts, even if they are both a bit on the stubborn side at times.
sbart84 More than 1 year ago
A sweet romance in the Bachelor Bake-off series. Who ever thought a cat, Romeo would be a matchmaker. Loved it. This is story of taking risks and not always looking back but moving forward. Avery, a rodeo cowboy has returned home and recovering from injuries and has been lassoed into the baking competition. Avery needs help in the kitchen, so his friend Jillian has offered to help. Soon they are working together and baking is not the only thing heating up in the kitchen. A great addition to this series, loved the main characters including Romeo. I highly recommend this story along with the rest of stories in this series.
BooksAndSpoons More than 1 year ago
This series has me hooked with its sweetness and inspired me to bake to my heart's content. Sprinkled With Love is an adorable second chance romance where two people who grew up together, who used to work together, and who has supported each other through tough times in life finds themselves facing new challenges in life. And no one expected the bake off contest to be the most challenging one Avery Wainwright would face that winter. Avery is a character easy to like. He hasn't had it easy, yet he managed to make the most of it. When Avery and his siblings lost their parents, he claimed the responsibility of his sister and brother and raised them to the best of his knowledge. His dreams of owning a farm drove him to the rodeo circuit, though he soon found out raising the money to buy a farm would be harder than he thought. He has always liked Jillian, while they were kids in school, as well as when she was a nanny to his brother and sister. The rumors about them being a couple while they worked together - those he thought best to be ignored since there was no truth to them. Jillian Parker worked for Avery for years and fell in love with him. She worked hard to move on when she realized Avery wasn't interested. She finally feels that she left the dreams of a future together behind, and is now going after her own dreams: the handmade jewelry store in Marietta. I enjoyed the baking adventures Avery and Jillian had and the honest heart to heart talks while they baked. In their personal relationship, they had a lot of back and forth, accordion type action. The author did a splendid job with the angst, letting it keep the story on the edge but never taking it too far to make it overwhelming. Avery and Jillian had a good of foundation to built the new relationship on. They knew each other better than the most, they had faced difficult and challenging things together before, only if they had learned to communicate better while at it, they would have saved themselves from a lot of trouble. A picture perfect date under the Marietta skies, hot kisses stolen at every opportunity, baking that had me salivating and wanting to try the modified version of Cowboy cookies, and two friends fumbling with life and love while trying to find a new direction. A sweet and tender tale that had me smiling ~ Four Spoons
SaschaDarlington More than 1 year ago
3 1/2 The blurb made Sprinkled with Love sound like it would be a lot of fun with the pseudo-drama of a Bachelor Bake-Off and kitties. The kitties deliver. Unfortunately, the Bake-Off takes a backseat to the waffling of the two main characters. It was disappointing that after every kiss they shared, there was a statement to the effect that “this was a mistake.” Jillian and Avery never really came together as a couple for me. They seemed to have little spark. The kitties, however, worked and were charming. The little that there was of the Bake-off was good with Avery proving time and again that he’s probably a better cowboy than baker. This reader would have enjoyed more of the Bake-Off than the repetitive thoughts of the main characters. If you’re in need of an extra fluffy romance with a matchmaking cat named Romeo, this one’s for you! I received an ARC in exchange for an honest review.
EileenAW More than 1 year ago
I truly enjoyed reading Sprinkled With Love written by Jennifer Faye, the third entry in the Bachelor Bake-Off series. This is wonderful collaboration by Tule authors has the Bachelor Bake-Off as a fund raiser for the town to buy a rundown house in Marietta and refurbish in the memory of firefighter Harry Morgan as a teen center. Each of the bachelors entered into this “contest” are not cooks. In this story, cowboy Avery Wainwright literally runs into Jillian Parker as he returns home to recover from a rodeo accident. Jillian worked for Avery as a nanny for his siblings until they turned eighteen last year and is about to open a shop with her best friend. Avery is entered into the Bake-Off by his sister as a way for him to honor his friend Harry Morgan, but Avery can’t bake. Avery turns to Jillian for her help to learn some baking skills so he doesn’t look like a fool at the competition. In the meantime, the cat, Romeo, that Jillian adopted for her mother seems to have fallen in love with Avery’s Marshmallow. Between the baking lessons, an awkward ex who won’t give up, miscommunication, and the cats, Avery and Jillian might have too many forces interfering with their chance to discover their feelings for each other. This was a sweet, fun and entertaining story with very likeable and authentic characters that you want to cheer on, hoping for that happy ending. The characters were well written with complex characteristics. The story line was riveting and kept my attention to the very end. I enjoyed reading this book and had trouble putting this book down, reading it in one day. I am truly looking forward to the next entry in the Bachelor Bake-Off series. I highly recommend this book to other readers. I voluntarily reviewed a complimentary copy of this book.
Nicolerko More than 1 year ago
3.5 Stars I was drawn to this book because of the matchmaking cat. I must say that was my favorite part being the cat lover I am. I also enjoyed Romeo's own love story unfold. Poor Avery is so oblivious when it comes to Jillian. Jillian had a crush when she worked as a nanny for him now she says she's moved on, but once Avery comes back to town she's proved wrong. It was fun to watch Jillian teach Avery how to bake. It's a sweet, light-hearted read.
CatmomJD More than 1 year ago
A sweet romance with a mischievous cat that has a way of bringing people together. Jillian Parker always had a thing for Avery Wainwright, but never let him know. Now that he is back in town, she can't get her mind off him. And it was all because her mother's spoiled cat Romeo decided to take off running when she opened the door. He ran right out onto the icy road where Jillian nearly got hit by a truck that Avery was driving. Avery was back in Marietta to recuperate from an injury he got while in a rodeo. But the first thing he did when he got to town was almost hit someone standing in the middle of the road. When he saw it was Jillian, he couldn't believe his eyes. She had gotten even more beautiful since the last time he had seen her. When Avery's sister informs him, she has signed him up for the Bachelor Bake-Off, Avery decides he needs help learning to bake. He asks Jillian to teach him because he knows she can bake. When they get together for Avery's baking lessons, Avery is tempted to make a move on Jillian, but Jillian keeps pulling away. Will Avery ever be able to get Jillian to see him as more than just a friend? I thoroughly enjoyed Jillian and Avery's story. Romeo was a cute addition to the story as well. This is another great addition to the Bachelor Bake-Off series.
Splashesintobooks1 More than 1 year ago
Rating: 4.5/5 Overview: This series, set in Marietta, Montana concerns the participants in the Bachelor Bake-Off which is being organised to help finance ‘Harry’s House’, a house where it is planned children can go, take part in activities, learn key life skills and be helped with their studies. A safe place for them all being created in memory of Harry Monroe, a first responder who was tragically killed whilst endeavouring to help an elderly couple. Each story in the series has one of the bachelor’s participating in the bake-off as the focus. My Review: This is the third novel in the series and stars Romeo, the matchmaking cat! As you might guess from that, the story has many laugh out loud moments as Jillian Parker is the daughter of Romeo’s human - come on, cat’s always seem to choose the human they relate to rather than a human being their owner! Whilst cat sitting, Romeo, a house cat, makes a break for freedom - closely followed by a chasing Jillian racing through the snow and out onto the road. This is where Avery Wainwright, an injured rodeo star, is driving home and almost hits Jillian. The two have a history. After his parents were tragically killed in a car crash, he raised his younger siblings with Jillian acting as their housekeeper and carer. She always loved him but he never showed any interest in being more than her employer. Now the youngsters have left home, he’s usually riding the rodeo circuit and she’s just set herself up in business so she’s determined not to succumb again. However, his sister has entered him into the Bachelor Bake-Off. He can’t not support such a great community cause but he needs help and turns to Jillian for lessons in baking. Working together again, could this prove to be their recipe for love? This story has great characters, a real sense of humour, plenty of angst and turmoil and is a fantastic read. I thoroughly enjoyed escaping into it and highly recommend it to anyone who enjoys romantic comedies with an injured cowboy and independent but loving lady. There will be a few burnt offerings and mix ups on their spicy journey but, with Romeo’s help, baking will prove their recipe for romance and the ending is swoon worthy! Many thanks to the publishers for gifting me a copy of this novel, via NetGalley, with no obligation. This is my honest review.
momof3boysj More than 1 year ago
Wonderful story of love between two people who kept missing out on a relationship due to timing. Some things are too hard to deny: two cats keep matchmaking, a baking contest for one to tutor the other, and the stars finally align, there's no reason to continue to fight the bond and chemistry. Once they open their eyes and hearts to the possibility, they finally find a forever love. Fantastic read!
gdsnv More than 1 year ago
I was really looking forward to this book in the Bachelor Bake-Off series because of the “Romeo” teaser – I’m a sucka for a conniving cat! Ms. Faye delivers a funny, poignant, and touching story about two lost souls…who are hoodwinked by a cat. Both Jillian and Avery have to work through pasts that have deeply affected them. At times, I wanted to urge them along, to deal with their issues and talk to one another, but that’s the part that engaged me in the story. Reading about Avery learning to bake? Priceless! All I could think of was “Ooooh! Shiny things!” whenever he would lose his concentration. I recommend this book; it has all the elements of an entertaining evening’s read.
Bette313 More than 1 year ago
So far I've really enjoyed these Bachelor Bake-Off books and this one is no exception. This story isn't quite as light and fluffy as the others but it's very entertaining all the same. Avery Wainwright is another bachelor that has gotten roped into the bake-off by well meaning relatives. There is no way he can get through this without some help. Who better than his good friend Jillian Parker. I recommend this one to everyone.
LynnB888 More than 1 year ago
3 1/2 STARS! With Book 3 of The Bachelor Bake-Off, Jennifer Faye brings us contestant Avery Wainwright's story! The plot is a bit slow, but the characters are fun ... especially the matchmaking cats! When Avery Wainwright comes home from the rodeo circuit to recover from an injury, the last thing he expects to be doing is learning to bake, but his little sister somehow sweet talks him into taking part in the town's Bachelor Bake-Off. What's he getting himself in for? Jillian Parker might be super busy with her newly opened store in Marietta, Montana, but she can still find time to help a friend learn to bake! Will Avery and Jillian spending time together bring bake the old crush she used to have on him? And will it finally open his eyes to the fact that she's a woman?
Peachey04 More than 1 year ago
I really enjoyed this wonderful story of second chances. I love this authors work, she always gives us a great story line with unique and interesting characters. The attraction between Jillian and Avery is amazing but the road to happily ever after has many obstacles! Don't miss this book, it is well worth reading. I voluntarily read and reviewed this book, all opinions expressed are my own.
Lashea677 More than 1 year ago
Jennifer Faye has a confectionery delight on her hands with Sprinkled with Love. Avery and Jillian, lest we not forget Romeo the cat are the sweetest blend of sugar and spice and a few hardcore life lessons are fit in along the way. Both have to learn to take risks and appreciate the blessings ahead of them instead of the sorrows in their pasts. Factor in small town living with a hosts of helping hands that are as adorable as they are nosy and you have a charming piece of heaven wrapped up in a tiny bundle.