The Sweetest Thing by Barbara Freethy

The Sweetest Thing

By Barbara Freethy

  • Release Date: 2011-05-17
  • Genre: Contemporary
Score: 4
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From 41 Ratings
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Description

#1 New York Times bestselling author Barbara Freethy delivers an emotional, compelling story about love and family with a quirky cast of delightful characters. 

Faith Christopher runs the corner bakery where Alex Carrigan shows up with his crazy grandfather and a rebellious teen claiming to be his daughter. Now, she's on a quest to find a long lost love, and maybe a new love as well... 

Alone in the world, Faith Christopher had always yearned for love ... and a man who'd make her heart pound. But her dreams of a place to call home were getting harder to hold on to ... 

Alex Carrigan liked fast cars, fast women and fast deals - then a tough-talking teenager arrived on his doorstep claiming she was his long-lost daughter, and his meddling grandfather decided to move in. Suddenly, Alex has to face the family he never expected. 

Enter Faith. Little did the outspoken and beautiful baker know that deep inside Alex was a well of tenderness ... and that she might have the recipe to bring him true love - the sweetest thing life has to offer.

Reviews...

"The Sweetest Thing is a heart-tugging tale of family and the healing power of love. Barbara Freethy has created a delightful cast of quirky yet lovable characters and brought them to full life. The Sweetest Thing is a story as enjoyable and richly satisfying as one of the heroine's chocolate eclairs!" Romance Fiction Forum - AOL

"Freethy has crafted an entertaining and moving contemporary romance. The paranormal elements are well handled and enrich the story. But ultimately, The Sweetest Thing is about the importance of love and family, for it is love that makes family sweet." The Romance Reader

"Ms. Freethy has again done a wonderful job of crafting an intriguing plot line and peopling it with fully developed characters that have all of the flaws and foibles common to human beings." Bookbug on the Web

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