Sweet Expectations

Author:  Mary Ellen Taylor                            sweet expectations
Publisher: Berkley Trade
Pages: 352
Genre:  Women’s Fiction
Source: Joan Schulhafer Publishing



Goodreads:  Daisy McCrae knows that change can be sudden—and devastating. And while it doesn’t have to be a bad thing, change has the power to turn your whole world upside down….

Running the family bakery and living in the store’s attic might not be Daisy’s dream life, but she’s beginning to understand what being content feels like. And then she gets some unexpected news. In one moment, Daisy’s calm existence turns into chaos. Now she’s struggling to keep it together, especially with renovations at the bakery spiraling out of control.

But when a box of recipes and mementos is found hidden behind a wall in the bakery, Daisy suddenly has something to cling to—a mystery that echoes her own troubles and gives her the opportunity to figure out what she really wants out of life…

Ope’s Opinion:  This sequel will not disappoint you!  It is very well written.  I stayed up very late finishing this book.  It was too hard to put down.  You do not have to read the first one in this series to enjoy this book, but it would make it better.

You will be able to relate to at least one of the sisters.  They each have their own story.  I didn’t want to do anything but read.  This book kept my attention from beginning to end.

I will read more of Mary Ellen Taylor.



Rating:  Four Chairs – I like this book so much I know several friends to share it with.