Title: Pulled by Love
Author: Amy Manemann
Publisher: Kindle Worlds
Release Date: May 20, 2015
Buy Link: Amazon
After years of paying her dues, Ava Sweet finally owns the taffy shop of her dreams. Her grandmother’s signature taffy recipes are beginning to make a statement in Soho, NY, and with the help of her friend, Leanna Remington, she has her eyes set on the upcoming Big Apple Sweets Convention to put her shop on the map. The only problem, she’s been accused of stealing a recipe by the hunky Boy Scout from the fudge and candy shop next door.
Hudson James is always ready and willing to lend a helping hand, especially at his family’s fudge and candy shop. They’re looking to showcase some new recipes at the upcoming sweets convention in the hopes of regaining the notoriety their shop has always been known for. Until the owner of the taffy shop next door creates a recipe so similar to theirs that Hudson doesn’t hesitate to call her out on it.
In a world of sugary creations and high pressure candy making, adding a dash of romance isn’t part of the recipe. With the sweets convention only a week away, Ava and Hudson will need to try and keep their eye on the prize, even while their hearts are being pulled by love.
I received this book in exchange for a fair and honest review. All opinions in this review are 100% my own.
This book is a quick read as it’s a novella and only 103 pages. It’s perfect for a beach read or a quick pick me up when you are feeling down.
Ava and Hudson are both career driven individuals. They have candy stores next door to each other. Their first meeting is not on the best of terms with Ava being accused of stealing a secret recipe from Hudson’s candy shop!
Ava and Hudson are drawn to each other in a way they can’t explain or stop. It’s not exactly the best timing for either to date. Love however does not always work at the best time. When it happens, it simply happens.
I loved reading this sweet (no pun intended) love story. I’d love to read more about Ava and Hudson and their love grows.
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