Delicious Disasters by Isabella Louise Anderson – Review

When Tessa Markham’s bookstore gets bought out, she is forced to face an uncertain future. After her best friend challenges her to start baking, she accepts—even if the last time she baked wasn’t what she would call a delicious success.

After a small kitchen fire, Tessa’s life begins to change. She finds encouragement from a sexy fireman, agrees to a questionable ruse to help another business owner with a complicated situation and needs to be there for her best friend now more than ever.

‘Delicious Disasters’ is indeed a disaster of emotions that would want you to walk with Tessa through her life, fall in love with the captivating character of C.C. and drool over a fireman you get to see through the amazing descriptiveness of Isabella in her beautiful vocabulary. Although I found the book to be a little boring halfway through, the author’s plot twists, catchy dialogues and descriptions of cakes pulled me back tempting me to finish the book as much as I got motivated to bake.
Overall, I would rate ‘Delicious Disasters’ a 4/5 for its charismatic, conversational, easy-to-read, heartfelt, life-like storyline.
This book is for anyone who loves descriptive writing, modern romance, and cakes!


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