Tangerine Street: Delilah’s Desserts by Melanie Jacobson, Heather B. Moore, and Julie Wright

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Tangerine Street: Delilah’s Desserts by Melanie Jacobson, Heather B. Moore, and Julie WrightDelilah's Desserts
Author: Heather B. Moore, Julie Wright, Melanie Jacobson
Series: Tangerine Street #4
Genres: Contemporary Romance
Format: eBook
Pages: 266
Date: December 5, 2017
Publisher: Mirror Press

Tangerine Street is a must-see tourist stop with a colorful mix of one-of-a-kind boutiques, unique restaurants, eclectic museums, quaint bookstores, and exclusive bed-and-breakfasts.

Delilah’s Desserts, situated in the middle of this charming collection of shops and cafés on Tangerine Street, is a bakery that offers a different variety of desserts each day. The emotions that Delilah bakes into these desserts have a strange effect on customers, sometimes altering the course of their lives…

Rating: Mild+.


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About Heather B. Moore

Heather B. Moore

Heather B. Moore is a USA Today bestselling author of more than a dozen historical novels and thrillers, written under pen name H.B. Moore. She writes women’s fiction, romance and inspirational non-fiction under Heather B. Moore.

About Julie Wright

Julie Wright wrote her first book when she was fifteen. Since then, she’s written sixteen novels and co-authored three. Julie won the Whitney award for best romance in 2010 with her novel Cross My Heart, and the Crown Heart award for The Fortune Café. She loves writing, reading, traveling, hiking, playing with her kids, and watching her husband make dinner.

About Melanie Jacobson

Melanie Bennett Jacobson is an avid reader, amateur cook, and champion shopper. She consumes astonishing amounts of chocolate, chick flicks, and romance novels. A former English teacher, Melanie writes contemporary romantic comedies.

One response to “Tangerine Street: Delilah’s Desserts by Melanie Jacobson, Heather B. Moore, and Julie Wright

  1. Maria

    I’ve read three out of four books in this series. (My library doesn’t have number 2 for some reason). And this was my least favorite of the three I’ve read.

    A Taste of Magic had some interesting parts. I particularly liked the magic of the desserts part and how Delilah bakes according to her moods or they don’t taste good. But there was some mild language, an illegitimate child with several references to the summer of their romance and tangled bedsheets etc… some innuendo for the present as well as the past and I was left wondering what the fortune from the cookie that he saved in his wallet actually said. I thought it would come back in the story somewhere but if it did, I missed it. I didn’t feel comfortable while reading this story since there were so many references to their past sex life I kept expecting them to pick it up again so I would only give this 3.5 stars.

    The Art of Love was my least favorite in this book despite my quite liking Roxy as a character. I felt like she and Mark fell into the kissing before they had developed any real relationship and then I couldn’t accept Mark’s excuse of blaming the cupcakes for his horrible behavior at the picnic. Magic in the cupcakes or not, he was a jerky dork and I thought Roxy accepted his apology too easily. Only 3 stars for this one.

    Much Ado About Cupcakes was the one I liked the best. I think the story had more depth and dealt with deeper emotions and thought processes. The conflict in the story felt more real and I cared more about the characters. Even though I don’t really get Vegan as a thing I liked the discussion about principles. I give this one 4.5 stars.

    Overall I averaged out the three and rounded to 4 stars.

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