“Don't look to where you've come from. Look to where you're going.”
This is yet another book I picked up for a dollar, courtesy of the awesomeness of Amazon. This, however, was a bit more successful than the others I read. The writing was a little more refined overall, and the characters felt a little more real.
This book is about Kaylie Flynn and Tennessee Keller (seriously, these names only exist in the realms of romance books). Kaylie returns to the house that was her foster home after years away, wanting to open a special cafe and make her deceased foster parents proud. While baking brownies and setting up shop, she also hopes to find some answers about her past - how she ended up in the system, who her father was, and where both of her parents wound up. Spicing up the mix is her sexy contractor, Ten Keller, a local boy with his own family drama. Kaylie finds love and family in unexpected places as she builds herself a new life.
I don't have a lot to say about this one either, although I thoroughly enjoy the fact that in between chapters there are brownie recipes. It adds a nice touch to include them; also, I love to bake and will probably try them out at some point because brownies are delicious. Kaylie has a lot of baggage to work through, and there are times I wish that she were getting some kind of professional help. I'm glad she finds a supportive partner in Ten, but still.
This is another book that's volume one in a series, but I might pick up more of these. I'm fairly certain the next one will be about two of the secondary characters established in this one, and they might be interesting to read about. I'd also like to check in and see how Kaylie and Ten are doing!