(Misfit Brides of Bliss #4)
by Jamie Farrell
When Chicago’s Hottest Snack Cake Heir…
Josh Kincaid went from rags to riches when he was adopted by the family who owns the Sweet Dreams Snack Cakes empire. But now the company is floundering, and Josh will do anything to save his parents the way they saved him. Including using his charm on a small-town wedding cake baker.
Takes on the Misfit Princess of the Bridal Capital of the Midwest…
Kimmie is flighty, she spouts off weird dreams when she’s nervous, and her frizzy hair and fashion sense make her the girl least likely to snare a debonair snack cake heir. But Kimmie can bake a cake that’ll make a grown man cry, and that’s exactly what Josh needs.
They Just Might Find The Recipe for Love
Josh’s plan should be easy, except Kimmie isn’t all cupcake underneath. Her cooperation comes with a price. If Josh wants to save his family’s company, he’ll have to do something he’s never done: be himself.
Cupcakes have never been so terrifying.
I seriously loved SUGARED! I’ve enjoyed listening to Jamie Farrell’s entire Misfit Brides of Bliss series and have loved Kimmie’s quirky personality from the beginning. I knew it would take someone special to love and deserve her. Josh Kincaid is a perfect match. Jamie Farrell out did herself with this one. Sugared is definitely my favorite in the series.
The way these two start out as a couple is hilarious and I love the way they just keep at it… granted both for some of the wrong reasons, but not all… and then finally realize they work. They are great together. I especially love how Josh protects Kimmie from the Queen General.
This story is sweet, funny, romantic, and really touching. I was not expecting the tears, but the story is that good. That well-written. It hits all the feels.
Be sure to check out the rest of
The Misfit Brides Series!
Matched (Will and Lindsey)
Smittened (Mikey and Dahlia)
Sugared (Josh and Kimmie)
Merried (Max and Merry)
About Jamie Farrell:
JAMIE FARRELL writes humorous contemporary romance. She believes love and laughter are two of the most powerful forces in the universe.
A native Midwesterner, Jamie has lived in the South the majority of her adult life. When she’s not writing, she and her military hero husband are busy raising three hilariously unpredictable children.