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Year of Living Blonde (Sweet Life in Seattle #1)

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1 year, 4 months ago at Jun 29 20:26
This book was very satisfying to read because I've read a few books that have got cheating husbands in them and most of them usually have the wife blaming only themselves, they never slap the mistress and they don't have a makeover and a sexy toy boy to move on with lol.
It sucked me in straight from the beginning as Natalie owns a cafe called La Dolce Vita with her friend and she bakes in h... read more
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Description: Revenge is a dish... Plain-Jane bakery owner Natalie Anderson always follows the recipe for a safe life. That is, until her husband dumps her for a seductive older woman. Humiliated, she cooks up a hot new look and transforms herself from mousy brown to dazzling blonde. Meanwhile she's trying to expand her Seattle bakery, but has a problem with her irritatingly handsome landlord. Best served hot... Women typically love Astronomer Anthony Novello, though that’s not the case with his new tenant, Natalie. Plain, plump, and persnickety--he's never met a woman more annoying. He does everything he can to avoid her. But when ... (more)
Manufacturer: Liebe Publishing
Release date: 27 February 2015
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Clare Louise posted a review 1 year, 4 months ago

“This book was very satisfying to read because I've read a few books that have got cheating husbands in them and most of them usually have the wife blaming only themselves, they never slap the mistress and they don't have a makeover and a sexy toy boy to move on with lol.

It sucked me in straight from the beginning as Natalie owns a cafe called La Dolce Vita with her friend and she bakes in her own kitchen at home as the kitchen at her cafe is too small and that is when her husband announces on their anniversary that he wants a divorce as he's now with a woman who is ten years older than him and is not frumpy like Natalie and I was pleased that there was a bit of humour in there when she throws the rubbery muffins that she just baked at him, truthfully I would have wanted to throw” read more

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