How to Eat a Cupcake is $1.99 for a limited time. The reviews on this novel, about two very different friends who work in cupcakery, are largely positive. Is there a subgenre called 'cook lit?' 'Bake lit?' 'Cake lit?' This definitely fits within it.
Funny, free-spirited Annie Quintana and sophisticated, ambitious Julia St. Clair come from two different worlds. Yet, as the daughter of the St. Clair’s housekeeper, Annie grew up in Julia’s San Francisco mansion and they forged a bond that only two little girls who know nothing of class differences and scholarships could—until a life-altering betrayal destroyed their friendship.
A decade later, Annie is now a talented, if underpaid, pastry chef who bakes to fill the void left in her heart by her mother’s death. Julia, a successful businesswoman, is tormented by a painful secret that could jeopardize her engagement to the man she loves.
When a chance reunion prompts the unlikely duo to open a cupcakery, they must overcome past hurts and a mysterious saboteur or risk losing their fledgling business and any chance of healing their fractured friendship.
Rev It Up is book #3 in Walker's Black Knights Inc. series. It's on sale for $.99c.
Jake “the Snake” Sommers earned his SEAL code name by striking quickly and quietly—and with lethal force. That's also how he broke Michelle Carter's heart. It was the only way to keep her safe—from himself. Four long years later, Jake is determined to get a second chance.
But to steal back into Michelle's loving arms, Jake is going to have to prove he can take things slow. Real slow…
Michelle Carter has never forgiven Jake for being so cliché as to “love her and leave her.” But when her brother, head of the Black Knights elite ops agency, ticks off the wrong mobster, she must do the unimaginable: place her life in Jake's hands. No matter what they call him, this man is far from cold-blooded.
And once he's wrapped around her heart, he'll never let her go.
Confessions of a Call Center Gal is $.99c, and has mixed reviews. Just about every review says that Lim gets the experience of working in a call center dead right, but some disliked the casual tone, saying it read like an extended blog. Other readers found it hilarious.
A humorous look at what happens on the other side of the phone line, and a glimpse into a world we all experience but seldom bother to understand once we hang up the phone. Madison Lee is a recent college grad who plunges into the dysfunctional world of customer service.
Lately, things are heating up on the phone – and elsewhere. Working at a call center has never been this garish, or this delightful.