Sweet Talk (Bakery Sisters Series #1)

Sweet Talk (Bakery Sisters Series #1)

by Susan Mallery
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Sweet Talk (Bakery Sisters Series #1) 4.1 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 123 reviews.
bookholiday More than 1 year ago
Absolutely fantastic. Finished it in a few hours and loved every minute reading this
BookChick79 More than 1 year ago
I read this book in one day. It was a good story with a lot of family dynamics and internal conflicts that made it intriguing but not so much that it was complicated or got the reader bogged down. I thought there were some far fetched things (like a 28 year old who didn't know anything about sex) but that was overshadowed by the well-written plot and dynamic characters. My only fault with the book is that the ending was a little abrupt (quick). I am looking forward to the rest of the series.
jessieLsmb More than 1 year ago
I really like Susan Mallery. Falling for gracie was a really wonderful book, but Sweet Talk was not that great of a read for me. I found myself getting into the story and starting to think yes now the plots getting better but it just fell short! Also everyone was so horrible and mean! I couldn't even bring myself to like the leading male character, and I mean come on a 28 year old woman who seems to know nothing about sex? I get she travels the world and so on but hello???? It was a bit farfetched for me. Sorry I do like her other books though.
Guest More than 1 year ago
Susan Mallery has done it again. I love her new Sweet trilogy! Sweet Talk introduces us to the 3 sisters and some of the secondary characters. Claire Keyes is our heroine and she is so sweet! Claire is a world famous concert pianist and has been all over the world playing her music. She was a child prodigy, at 3 she picked out a tune after seeing and hearing her first piano, at 6 she and her grandmother were sent to New York City so she could study under the greats. Now at 28 she has come home to Seattle to take care of her fraternal twin after extensive gall bladder surgery. She was called by her younger sister, Jesse, who said she was unable to take care of Nicole and she needed to be taken care of. Claire hasn't been home since her father died some years earlier. At the time Nicole and Jesse said they didn't need or want her around! So the call from Jesse was a surprise but a good one. Her twin, Nicole, is under the impression that Claire is a spoiled and needy woman so is surprised to see her there ready to take care of her and the bakery that has been in the family since their grandparents opened it years before. Nicole is a real witch with a B, most of the time but Claire has decided that now is the time to be a family and she wants to show Nicole that she cares and wants a relationship with her and Jesse. Claire has a to-do list included in it is 'fall in love' as she's never had a boyfriend--no time for one! She didn't mean to fall in love with Wyatt, Nicole's good friend, but she did. What a relationship they have!! Wyatt has an 8 y.o. daughter that Claire falls in love with too! Good book and we watch the characters, the sisters, grow and learn to love each other again. Oh yes and a delicious recipe too!
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I read this book in 24 hours. Loved it...the characters and all!
MsKaos More than 1 year ago
This story took me through a myriad of emotions...At the beginning of the book, I hated Nicole and felt so bad for Claire, yet was astounded by how incompetent a 28 y.o was in living amongst "real" people doing everyday things like driving and laundry. Later on I hated Jesse and Wyatt too eventually. Susan Mallery sure does right dysfunction well! This was no sweet superficial romance. These characters were broken, yet redeemable and endearing. Great start to a series and I look forward to reading Nicole and Jesse's stories as well.
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I love Susan Mallery. This series is one of my favorites. She has sister dynamics down to a science and you can smell the cinnamon and vanilla in the bakery. A great read.
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This is a great quick read but pretty cheesy at times. It is also quite predictable. Still, though, not a bad book. It has really likeable characters who experience growth and maturation which pushes it along. Some of it seems a bit rushed also, particularly at the end. If you like this genre then I would recommend it for a light read. I will be reading the other two books in the series for sure.
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