Can a big-hearted plus-sized baker discover the recipe for happiness?
Baker Abbey Reilly has heard you have such a pretty face enough times to know it’s code for and an ugly body. Her lack of luck in the romance department does little to increase her feelings of self-worth. Her boss, Caroline, a sassy seventy-something encourages Abbey to accept her curves. Like a good cream filled cupcake—what’s inside matters the most.
When Abbey’s boyfriend breaks up with her via text (!?!) she is convinced now more than ever no man will be attracted to her plus-size. Until a distinguished bakery regular gives her a gift and a dreamy guy she meets at her friend’s bachelorette party shows interest. Maybe Caroline is right.
As Abbey starts to fall for one of her potential suitors, she finds herself questioning his intentions. How can he see something in her that she doesn’t see herself?
With light humor, heart, and plenty of sweet treats, Michelle Paris weaves a touching tale of self-discovery. Abbey Reilly will charm any reader fond of rooting for an underdog.
Eat Dessert First is a heartwarming work of women’s fiction. If you like relatable heroines, chasing a dream, and finding hope and happiness, then you’ll adore this sweet story.