By Sandra D. Bricker
Thirty-six-year-old Emma Rae Travis has been baking uniqueness brownies and melt-in-your-mouth pastries on the Backstreet Bakery in historical Roswell, simply open air of Atlanta, for the final six years. yet right here s the rub approximately her activity as a baker ... Emma is diabetic. whilst she tastes her creations, it might probably merely be within the such a lot minute parts. Emma is taken into account an artisan for the beautiful cr??me brulee marriage ceremony cake that received her the Passionate Palette Award final yr, yet she s by no means even had one complete slice of it. while Jackson Drake hears approximately this neighborhood baker who has gained a prestigious award for her marriage ceremony cake artistry, he tells his assistant to make sure and contain her within the pastry tastings scheduled at his new marriage ceremony vacation spot lodge the next week. And for Jackson, that specific day has began badly with workmen trapped in a damaged elevator and a supply of a number of dozen 300-thread-count mattress linens within the mistaken dimension deserted within the foyer. but if the boastful baker he met every week past in Roswell stumbles into the eating room with a platter of pastries and a bucketful of orders, he is familiar with for definite: It s going to be a very rotten day. Can those ill-suited gamers grasp the high-wire act and make a pass in their new company enterprise? Or will they take one another crashing downward, with out a web? and should the shock marriage ceremony on the Tanglewood be theirs?
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Use powdered sugar in small amounts to keep mixture from being sticky. Shape into a ball and wrap tightly with plastic wrap. Place in airtight container and let it rest at room temperature overnight before rolling out and fitting over cake. 3 Madeline’s sister Georgiann had a pink sweater with pearl buttons in her car that fit Emma as if it belonged on her. Their other sister, Norma, was able to scrub the fondant from Emma’s dark blue trousers and blow them dry with a hair dryer, while Susannah Littlefield helped her brush the clumps of icing out of her hair.
6. )—Fiction. I. Title. 54—dc22 2010009940 Printed in the United States of America 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 / 15 14 13 12 11 10 Special thanks to the voice in my head. Barbara Scott, you’re my editor/champion, friend, and sister-in-Christ. DEDICATION To the Girl Power in my life. By now, you chicks know who you are. And Rachelle, you’re the icing on the cake (pun intended). Thank you so much for getting me the way you do. And to that little dash of Boy SuperPower. Thanks, D. And to Candy, my personal assistant.
How are you feeling now, young lady? ” Emma tilted her shoulders into a shrug. ” “Not really. ” “She went down like a sack o’ corn,” Danny repeated, and then he snickered and looked around for acknowledgment. The only hint of it came from her father’s menacing stare. ” the doctor asked. Emma thought it over. “Nothing. I don’t know. Except some cake. ” “No breakfast? ” “Well, that appears to be the problem. ” He said the word in a slow monotone, like Mrs. Prentiss presenting a new vocabulary word to her class.