Bliss (The Bliss Bakery Trilogy, Book 1) Paperback – 29 Mar 2012
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"A heroine with baking in her blood and a zany plot liberally sprinkled with humor blend into fun family adventure…lighthearted bliss" – Kirkus Review
About the Author
Kathryn Littlewood, is a writer and bon vivant who currently lives in New York.
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This book would be the perfect read for a young person 8-10 who enjoys reading as there are no complicated words and it is a charming story that makes you want to continue reading it. The small town described is charming including all the different shops and the side characters love story.
Rose the main character is likeable with her aspirations to become a baker just like her mum but she repeats too much that she isn’t as pretty as her brother and isn’t special. Her brother Sage is hilarious and always has a funny word to put into a conversation.
The issue I have with this book is that the ending fell a little flat, there was no big boom of discover there was just an ‘o right that’s it’ it is the one thing that let down an otherwise charming story.
Just look In the book and you'll see why it doesn't make sense in the bit where the man goes to hospital and you'll defiantly see now go and do your boring stuff after like old lady's do!!!!!
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Rose really wants to magic-bake, but her parents only let her run errands for the bakery. That is, until her parents leave her and her brothers for a few days, and her beautiful and mysterious Aunt Lily arrives to help them.
Rose has some doubts about Aunt Lily but she has never felt so good before. She feels beautiful, her brothers appreciate her, even her crush notices her. And she's finally able to bake with magic! everything seems easy except that it isn't, not when the town eat some truth cookies, backward cake and more!
I really liked Rose and the dynamic of the family. She was young and insecure, only 11 years old, but she's also great and loves her family. For me it was so obvious 'Aunt Lily' was bad, but of course these were only children who easily fell in love with her.
Overall, I really enjoyed it and I want to share this book with my 8 years old niece. It's a cute story, but be warned, it has a sequel!
This book will make you wanna read and not stop until you finish it because it is really good! No it isn't it is fabulous... wait no it isn't it is MAGNIFICENT!
- read📖 read📖 forever