Patti Cake by Donielle Ingersoll

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"... this is a cute, sweet romance. Seduction plot twist aside, its most likely audience will be conservative Christian women."
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All Patti Murray asked the Lord for was help in finding a God-fearing husband who would be a good provider for her and the family she hoped to raise. Oh, and if he were tall, dark, and handsome, that wouldn’t be so bad either. Aside from this goal, she wanted to continue to grow her cake decorating business. This would give her the opportunity to exercise her unique creative talent and earn a little money on the side while being a full-time mommy. However, when one of her exquisite wedding cakes comes to the attention of a national celebrity, Patti is suddenly thrust into the exotic world of the rich and famous and a whole new chance for romance. Was this God’s plan all along? Author Donielle Ingersoll’s Patti Cake: An Inspirational Romance, ventures into the world of this witty cake decorator as she has humorous encounters with a tall dark stranger. Enter her kitchen and watch as she creates her magical cake creations. Join her as she tries to fit into the dazzling world of the elite. You’ll empathize with her as she struggles with intense, conflicting emotions as secrets from her deep, dark past come bubbling to the surface. And be with Patti as she makes the decision to marry for love or love and money. You’ll be able to create your own versions of Patti’s delectable desserts because Patti Cake: An Inspirational Romance includes recipes. Enjoy them as you follow Patti on her journey to find love.
 

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Published April 28, 2016 by iUniverse. 305 pages
Genres: Religion & Spirituality, Romance, Literature & Fiction. Fiction
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Above average
on Sep 12 2016

"... this is a cute, sweet romance. Seduction plot twist aside, its most likely audience will be conservative Christian women."

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