Frosted Sweets by A.M. Willard

Frosted Sweets

By A.M. Willard

  • Publication Date: 2016-08-30
  • Genre: Contemporary
4 Score: 4 (From 100 Ratings)

Book Overview

A romantic comedy from a bestselling author where frosting will never be the same.

I'm a hopeless romantic who thought the wedding dress draped over my shoulder was going to be the start of my future... What I didn't expect was to meet Jayden in the park before witnessing my fiancé with someone other than myself.

As my life seems to be fitting in with the latest gossip magazine, I'm trying to avoid the frosted feelings that are baking up in the oven for Jayden.

He's not just new to town, he's new to me and something I'm not sure I'm ready to taste.

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Recent Reviews

  • Boring

    By Ash8585
    This book is poorly written and doesn't evoke any emotion from the reader. Couldn't finish it.
  • Don't waste your time

    By The god of double bass
    Started off entertaining, then it just got mired in the lead character wishy washiness. Then it just got boring. Book could easily end at 700 pages.
  • Sweet!

    By SfGiantsAreChamps
    Loved it. It’s a great mix of romance, fun, and sweets. I like how it’s not only about one woman and her love life but it also includes her three Best friends and their lives in general. I love sweets so it makes it even better! Lol. Can’t wait to read the next book.
  • Ehhhh, not really worth the read

    By morgan0820
    Boring, confused characters. Written poorly & the story goes around in circles, repeating herself over & over again. Not worth the time.
  • Not sure how to feel about this book.

    By Reeah.
    It could have been written a lot better. Jayden and Morgan have no chemistry. I don’t feel any connection with them both as a couple. It would have been nice to see Jayden’s POV as well. Overall, I don’t think it is a book I would recommend.