Monday, December 25, 2017

2017 DSP Advent Stocking Stuffer Review: Homemade From The Heart by Bru Baker

Title: Homemade from the Heart
Author: Bru Baker
Category: Holiday, Contemporary
Pages: 55
Craft store owner Grant has always been a sucker for a pretty face, and that goes double for a pretty face with an adorable sidekick. When seven-year-old Aubrey has her heart set on taking Grant’s already-full holiday craft series, he caves and gives up his one day off a week so she (and her hot guardian, Josh) can take private lessons. Their flirting ramps up week after week, and even though Josh isn’t with Aubrey’s mother, Grant can’t be sure the man isn’t straight. Maybe he’s just being friendly. And Josh, who most definitely is not straight, is afraid of being the creepy guy hitting on the teacher.
Frustrated by their stubbornness and cluelessness, Aubrey takes matters into her own hands. She decides the best gift to give Josh is something homemade and from the heart—a boyfriend they’ll both love.

4 Stars

This was a really sweet read. I absolutely loved Grant, Josh and Aubrey, who was just adorable. The story was well-written and the author kept me turning the pages. My only wish is that we’d gotten more of Josh and Grant as a couple, but still, this was an enjoyable holiday read. Recommendable!

*** Copy provided to Bayou Book Junkie by Dreamspinner Press, a review wasn't a requirement. ***

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