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Rosaline Palmer Takes the Cake

ebook / ISBN-13: 9780349429922

Price: £9.99

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A scrumptious and sweet romantic comedy, perfect for fans of Casey McQuiston, Christina Lauren, and Abby Jimenez.

Following the recipe is the key to a successful bake. Rosaline Palmer has always lived by those rules–well,
except for when she dropped out of college to raise her daughter, Amelie. Now, with a paycheck as useful as greaseproof paper and a house crumbling faster than biscuits in tea, she’s teetering on the edge of financial disaster. But where there’s a whisk there’s a way . . . and Rosaline has just landed a spot on the nation’s most beloved baking show.

Winning the prize money would give her daughter the life she deserves – and Rosaline is determined to stick to the instructions. However, more than collapsing trifles stand between Rosaline and sweet, sweet victory. Suave, well-educated, and parent-approved Alain Pope knows all the right moves to sweep her off her feet, but it’s shy electrician Harry Dobson who makes Rosaline question her long-held beliefs – about herself, her family, and her desires.

Rosaline fears falling for Harry is a guaranteed recipe for disaster. Yet as the competition – and the ovens – heat up, Rosaline starts to realize the most delicious bakes come from the heart.

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Find out why readers are raving about Alexis Hall . . .

‘The undisputed master of romantic comedy’ Jenny Holiday

‘Every once in a while you read a book that you want to SCREAM FROM ROOFTOPS about. I’m screaming, people!’ Sonali Dev

‘The writing is witty, and [the] chemistry is irresistible, but it’s Hall’s insights about trust and self-worth that set the story apart. This is a triumph’ Publishers Weekly

‘Hall does it again with this scrumptious, quietly subversive rom-com again . . . Hilarious, heartwarming, and grounded, Rosaline’s story proves that happy endings look different from person to person’ Publishers Weekly