A touch of ginger.
A dash of spice.
A cowboy and a pastry chef…
A recipe of naughty and nice.
Spending the holidays with her brother after hitting a crossroads in her career, Rachel Murphy keeps her dream of owning a pastry shop alive by creating custom gingerbread houses for clients in a small Montana town. And her Christmas wish list keeps growing this year—a bigger kitchen, a family, a place to call home…and maybe someone to share it all with.
When handsome dude ranch owner Nate Vaughn grants one of Rachel’s Christmas wishes—offering her a workspace of her own—she can’t refuse. As they grow closer, Rachel and Nate find more than pastries heating up in the kitchen. Is mixing business with affairs of the heart a recipe for disaster? Or will all of Rachel’s wishes come true?
This is the first book in this series and I just read it again to get in the spirit. A very nice book of family, love, and taking a leap of faith.
So grab yourself a nice cup of Spiced Tea and snuggle under the afghan and Let it Go for just a bit!