Baked with Love: An Enemies-to-Lovers Western Romance

· Cowboys of Long Valley Romance Book 9 · Wright Hot Sexy Cowboys
23 reviews

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Enjoy this steamy cowboy series by USA Today Bestselling small-town romance author Erin Wright…

Owning a business is hard. Not falling for your annoying but oh-so-gorgeous neighbor? Harder.

When Gage takes over the family bakery, he’s got a lot of work in front of him. His day starts way before dawn and doesn’t end till well past dark. The very last thing on his mind is romance.

That all changes the day a five-foot-nothin’ spitfire buys the shop next door and promptly begins what has to be the longest and loudest remodeling project. Ever.

It’s soon plenty clear that Little Miss Trouble is intent on upending Gage’s well-ordered life. 

He’d be good and riled up, if only his new neighbor from hell wasn’t so damn gorgeous…

Baked with Love is the ninth novel in the Cowboys of Long Valley Romance series, although all books in the Long Valley world can be read as standalones. For fans of Layla Valentine, Marley Michaels, or Harloe Rae, this is a HOT romantic story with a guaranteed happily ever after. It does have some strong language and oh my, sexy times. Enjoy!

Ratings and reviews

23 reviews
Margaret Watkins
July 15, 2019
Having read all the books in this series, I was delighted to read Gage's story. Determined to make a success of the bakery he has taken over from his grandparents, Gage doesn't have much time for a social life, let alone romance. He certainly didn't factor the skittish woman who appears to have more money than sense, that bought the store next to the Muffin Man, into the equation. Even though he is oblivious to her charms, Gage cannot help but recognise that Cady has very real problems, even apart from the fact that she has the whole town up in arms when they find themselves without electricity. Bit by bit Gage wins Cady over and inadvertently stumbles into the reason for her fears. The novel is engaging, well-written with a love story that slowly warms up to a blazing romance, whilst at the same time dealing with some very real issues. As with the other books in this series, there is wit and laugh out loud moments, as well as sorrow, tears and a community that pulls together. I loved Gage's somewhat bumbling efforts to help Cady and his very manly approach to dealing with her past. Cady may seem like a wimp, hiding behind her fears, but having seen the results of similar atrocities, Cady acted very much in character with a woman with so much pain in her background. Whilst I have loved all the books in this series, this may well be my favorite. I received a copy of this novel as a gift and this is my honest and voluntary review.
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Heather Means
July 7, 2019
This might be my favorite Erin Wright book so far even though I love pretty much every word she writes. I loved Gage back from Flames of Love, plus we got to see more from Sugar in this book. Cady just, she just instantly found her way into my heart. Just like Gage, I wanted to hug her and tell her everything would be okay, that she was going to be okay. And the way Gage was with Cady just made me love him more. I could go on, but i really dont want to give anything away. This book is so good, even though it's on the longer side, I finished it in a little over a day because I just couldn't put it down. I love authors that write in one world like this, as a reader you feel rewarded to see other familiar characters and places pop up in each and every book.
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Emily Pennington
July 20, 2019
Cady Walcott had determined that today she was starting her life again. Instead of wasting away in bed all day, afraid of the world beyond her windows, she decided to go to Long Valley for a hike. Her college roommate Hannah Lambert, had brought her here once before, and the tranquility was just what she needed. She perhaps should have called Hannah to meet with her, but she would do that next time. Right now, small steps. Cady had lots of trauma to get past and it was going to take time to rejoin the scary world. When Cady goes into the town, she sees an empty building next to the Muffin Man Bakery and thinks about starting a business there selling smoothies and health food. Gage, once he starts to know Cady better, seems to understand what she needs and makes it known that he can depend on him. His kind and steady nature is very calming to a woman who just wants to be normal again and unafraid of the outside world. With her trademark excellence, the author is able to let the reader experience what Cady’s trauma is like. A rollercoaster ride of emotions will keep the reader engaged and provide a bit of understanding as to why Cady is so afraid. Seeing her day-by-day gain trust and confidence gives hope. Yet it could all be lost when she is again attacked. Will she give up, or will Gage be there to keep her steady with the certainty that he will be there always? Once more, the author’s books are pure magic! She welcomes readers into the town and makes them family! The reader already knows quite of few of the townspeople. Now it’s Gage’s turn for happiness and Cady’s chance to come alive again. Grab your book and don’t miss this one! Your Long Valley family is waiting for you to visit!
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About the author

USA Today Bestselling author Erin Wright has worked every job under the sun, including library director, barista, teacher, website designer, and ranch hand helping brand cattle, before settling into the career she’s always dreamed about: Author.

She still loves coffee, doesn’t love the smell of cow flesh burning, and is currently living out her own love story in a tiny town in rural Idaho.

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