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Published by Forever on September 27th 2016
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Source: Forever (Grand Central Publishing)
The mistletoe is out, and the gloves are off . . .
'Tis the worst season to be single, but Kara Hastings won't let a little Christmas funk spoil the festive season. Sure, running her own bakery is a little harder than she expected, but she can handle it. And she'll prove it to a certain infuriatingly handsome, bossy Big City guy. She may be sugar and spice, but she can kick his butt twice.
Nate Griffin is in Briar Creek only for the holidays, and he refuses to fall for the whole "small town, candy cane-scented Christmas Wonderland" thing. He's more interested in the fresh-faced cookie chef who always knows exactly how to get under his skin. So when Nate challenges Kara in the town's big holiday contest, it's not just the competition that starts to heat up. If he's not careful, Kara won't just melt his icy resolve against a small-town Christmas . . . she'll melt his heart too.
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Top 5 dishes/meals/treats for the holidays
I love to try new recipes during the holidays, and every once in a while I get lucky and find one that we can’t wait to have again the following year.
- Last year I made a spice cake with a cider buttercream frosting and fresh cranberries and it was so delicious, that I ate a slice every chance I could for a week after. I will definitely be making it again this year, but I hope to get a little more creative with my decorations—perhaps sugared cranberries on top?
- I love coconut and I will never say no to cream cheese, and for years I have made a Christmas cookie from Martha Stewart that incorporates both. They are rich and indulgent—but that doesn’t stop me from eating just one!
- Years and years ago I made some spice biscotti, and my father requests them every year. They’ve become a tried and true tradition.
- I don’t eat meat, and so for Christmas dinner we always have seafood, usually crab legs and lobster, but the side dishes change every year.
- Before last year’s spice cake success, we would always make a trifle for dessert. It felt so decadent and pretty. Of course I will never forget the time I brought one to someone’s house in a large Tupperware container, and no sooner did I remove the lid, but I dropped the entire thing. Would you believe that after doing a flip in the air, it landed right-side-up rather than ending up all over the floor? I think everyone in the room froze in horror, and then happily went on to eat the intact dessert. 🙂
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Hope Springs on Main Street, #3
Love Blooms on Main Street, #4
Christmas Comes to Main Street, #5
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