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The Toast Bitches [Kindle Edition]

Sandra Cormier

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Hana, Paige, Connie and Pepper form a bond at Dempster Media, gathering in the break room for tea and toast. Later, they add a new venue - Paige's cabin in the woods.

Hana develops an easy friendship with Michael Preston, the company's dynamic CEO, but she really has her eye on hot editor Adam Wylde.

Connie's tastes run toward spectacular shoes and opera. Her jealous husband prefers NASCAR and hurtin' songs. When he leaves her for another woman, she hesitantly dips her manicured toes into single life, with the help of her fellow Bitches.

Pepper is the firecracker, careening from domestic drudgery to freedom, much to the chagrin of her friends. She seeks adventure and spice, but did she really need it after all?

Paige is the oldest - the mother hen, dispensing snippets of wisdom like herbs on a salad. Her life seems perfect, but not everything is as it seems.

When Adam finally asks Hana to experiment with BDSM, she panics and calls off the relationship, setting off a chain of events that brings the four women closer than ever.

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  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • File Size: 488 KB
  • Print Length: 238 pages
  • Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
  • Publisher: Musa Publishing (26 July 2013)
  • Sold by: Amazon Media EU S.à r.l.
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B00E6STZK8
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5.0 out of 5 stars The Toast Bitches 8 April 2010
By Amazon Customer - Published on Amazon.com
Format:Paperback
Dempster Media is the setting for four very different women (Paige, Connie, Pepper and Hana) to meet and become friends. They call their little group "The Toast Bitches" as when they gossip and commiserate it is over tea and toast during work breaks. When one leaves the company the women, while still meeting during break, also add Paige's cottage in the woods. Though when they venture to a girls weekend at the cottage it is over cocktails and the conversations get a bit racier.

Pepper has abandoned her domesticated life and is now flitting from man to man looking for the perfect man to balance her out. Will she find a new man or will she figure out she had him all along, and just didn't see it?

Connie is stunned when her possessive and jealous husband up and leaves her for another woman. She had been with him for so long, will she be able to let her inhibitions go and let a new man into her life, or potentially miss out on the hunky man of her daydreams.

Paige has been married forever and now it seems like they are moving in different directions. Everyone thinks she has the perfect life but have they both just taken too many things for granted and lost sight of each other?

Hana has lusted after the hot co-worker for a long time. When she finally gets her chance to be with him things aren't as good as she had imagined. Now she is afraid to share with the others that he wanted her to do things that were way outside of her comfort zone. But, when she calls the relationship off and he seems to be stalking her not only do her friends come to her support but just possibly it will make the one man who could be her true love show his feelings for her.

To find out how all four women deal with their personal struggles and group intrigue then you need to pick up The Toast Bitches.

Sandra Cormier does a wonderful job of intertwining the lives of The Toast Bitches into a fun and intriguing romance. I love that each thinks the others life might be perfect but in reality they all have issues they are dealing with. I think Ms. Cormier is able to make all the characters intriguing without ignoring any one of them. The element of intrigue that is added to the story only makes it better in my mind. I think The Toast Bitches is a story that any woman with work friends will be able to appreciate. I also love the name of the book and how it fits with the story. I look forward to reading more from Ms. Cormier.

Tanya
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5.0 out of 5 stars A fun, quick read with characters I didn't mind spending an afternoon with 9 Sep 2013
By Mags - Published on Amazon.com
Format:Kindle Edition
Note: This review is for the 2013 edition of The Toast Bitches released by Musa Publishing.

4-1/2 stars

Paige, Connie, Pepper, and Hana are The Toast Bitches--a collective of professional women bonded by the dissection of their romantic lives over snacks of toast in the Dempster Media break room. Pepper has recently left to form her own company, so Paige's lakeside cabin is offered up as the occasional "Bitches Night Out" weekend annex.

Each of the women is embroiled in a romantic complication of her own: Paige's "perfect" marriage is a lonesome affair, characterized by distraction and frequent dismissals from her novel-writing husband; Connie's married to a control freak, and his trust issues just might stem from a place that'll warrant closer examination; Pepper drops a shocker when she ditches a devoted husband for whatever adventure might lurk around the next bedpost; Hana's attracted the interest of her handsome boss Michael, but is infatuated with sexy, rumor-plagued editor Adam.

It's Hana's story that takes center stage in The Toast Bitches. She's excited (and a little trepidatious) when Adam finally proposes taking take their long-time flirtation to the next level. She's aware that BDSM will be involved and is determined to be open to new experiences. This encounter doesn't work out at all as she'd hoped, however, and she can't get away from him fast enough. Adam takes the dismissal badly, to say the least, and soon the Toast Bitches are forced to support each other in ways never imagined while chatting in the office break room.

I really enjoyed The Toast Bitches. I particularly appreciated the author's attention to characterization and relationship detail--particularly in the bond between the women. The story moved along quickly and was frequently compelling. I did feel that the lighter feel of the first two-thirds (or so) was a bit incongruous with the drama and occasional ugliness of the final act, but not enough to take me out of the story as shifts like this can sometimes do. I attribute this to the author's deft pacing.

I thought the sex scenes were nicely handled, although there were times when I'd have appreciated a bit more "thank you ma'am" prior to the wham-bam--particularly in the cases of Sendoa the kind-hearted contractor and (to some degree) Michael the protective boss. I found both these men to be nicely drawn, likable (and lickable) guys, with no discernible chinks in their virility. I'd have happily cooled my jets for a paragraph or two's anticipation once they'd received their go-ahead signals... but, I'm a sucker for a good guy with broad shoulders and an aim toward self-control (makes it all the more delectable when he loses it).

The Toast Bitches is a fun, quick read with some characters I didn't mind spending an afternoon with, and a few others I was happy to see get theirs in the end. I'd recommend it to anyone who enjoys erotic romance with a light touch. I will be on the lookout for what Sandra Cormier puts out next.
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