Half-Baked: A Better Late Romance by Kristy Tate
Maggie Milne has everything she needs—a loving family, a delightful bakery, good books, and cat food. But when Stephen Fox, a health food nut, opens a sporting goods store and café across the street and some of Maggie’s loyal customers begin to replace their morning donuts with gluten-free grub, Maggie’s ire, as well as her yeasty rolls, begins to rise. Fresh off a heart attack and divorce, Stephen Fox needs to change his ways. Now it's clean-eating and small-town-living for him. Since his relocation to Rancho Allegro, there’s only been one woman who has caught Stephen’s eye: a charming masked woman in a butterfly costume he met at a Mardi Gras party. Imagine his horror when he learns Maggie, the obnoxious baker who has been trying to ruin his business from day one, is the masked woman he’s been searching for! It’s double- chocolate donuts meets kefir. Can two fifty-somethings from separate grocery store aisles overcome their differences?
Book Length: Novel - 150-320 Pages
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