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Icing on the Cake
by Ann Marie Walker
Publication Date: January 30, 2018
Genres: Adult, Contemporary, Romance
Notting Hill meets The Prince & Me in Icing on the Cake, the second standalone laugh-out-loud romance in Ann Marie Walker’s Wild Wedding series
Cassandra Miller doesn’t have time for men. She’s far too busy trying to open a cupcake shop with her silent partner and best friend, not to mention catering her brother’s wedding. And let’s face it, it’s not like Prince Charming is going to stroll into the bakery and sweep her off her feet.
Henry has been a prince his entire life but for one wild wedding he wants to be nothing more than an “Average Joe”, or in this instance, “Average Hank”. However, when a case of mistaken identity and a batch of burned cupcakes ends in a night of passion, Cassie and Hank must decide if theirs is a recipe for disaster or the makings of true romance.
About Ann Marie Walker
Ann Marie Walker writes steamy books about sexy boys. She’s a fan of fancy cocktails, anything chocolate, and 80s rom-coms. Her super power is connecting any situation to an episode of Friends and she thinks all coffee cups should be the size of a bowl. If it’s December she can be found watching Love Actually but the rest of the year you can find her at AnnMarieWalker.com where she would be happy to talk to you about alpha males, lemon drop martinis or supermodel David Gandy. Ann Marie attended the University of Notre Dame and currently lives in Chicago.
This is the first book I have read from Ms. Walker but it won’t be my last! This is the second book in the Wild Weddings series and you can bet that I will be reading the first in the series as soon as I am able.
This book is what a true romantic comedy should be! As an 80’s gal I loved the references to the era of greatness! This story is fast paced, funny with a capital “F” and oh so steamy! Cassandra and “Hank” are one of my most favorite couples!
Cassandra is my sister from another mister! Even with the rough childhood, she has come out strong, loving and open. She loves her new life and her career choice, at least for the most part. Then along comes “Hank”….
Oh Henry! A true prince. Even though the way he went about it is shady, you can understand his reasoning to become “Hank”. And the epic weekend they shared was the stuff of dreams and happily ever afters.
The dialogue and secondary characters were phenomenal! I thought I was one of the few people that use “Cheese and Rice!” as a expletive! This was such a fun, refreshing read and I cannot wait to read more! Thank you for your words Ann Marie!