There is only one thing in life that professional pastry Chef Priscilla Westcott values more than baking and wine, and that’s honesty. A quality she soon learns that her marriage lacks when her husband runs off with their next door neighbor.
Divorced and alone, Priscilla is determined to make changes in her life. She decides to approach her new goals like one of her beloved recipes. Surely with a little time, a dash of patience, and measured planning she can whip herself—and her life—back into shape.
However, when a new—and utterly delicious—neighbor takes up residence in the house that ruined her marriage, Pricilla fears that her careful world will fold faster than a deflated soufflé.
Trent Walker knows what he wants and his sweet, sassy neighbor is at the top of the list. He’s certain that the chemistry between them would be explosive, but Priscilla fears that an affair with him, however hot, could be a recipe for disaster.
Like in the first book Life Next Door also satisfied my reading needs. This is a swoon worthy read for me and at the same time I can’t stop laughing for Cece’s clumsiness! Like does she ever stop being clumsy in her life?
A WINE ABUSER. NO, SHE’S A NO.1 FAN OF WINE not to mention she bakes.
I almost highlighted the whole book because of those tear jerker or straight to the heart lines of the characters. Just like in the first book of this series, I can relate to them on many ways.
You’ll be hurt at some point but the humor takes it away. I’ve learned things in life again by reading Life Next Door. Sometimes even though we have that special someone in our grasp if they we’re never yours, they’ll eventually slip away. But despite the lost surely there’s someone out there that will help you pick up the pieces and fix you again.
I REALLY RECOMMEND THIS BOOK to those who want some humor in between their reads while swooning to another possible book boyfriend.
Rate: 4/5 STARS