Review: Adore Me by Darcy Lundeen

Adore Me by Darcy Lundeen
Series: A Candy Hearts Romance
Release Date: January 20, 2016
Publisher: Wild Rose Press
Pages: 76
Source: book provided by the publisher for review
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A hacker is targeting Meredith Crismis’s struggling new dessert company. But when the tech firm she depends on sends hunky computer expert Vlad Wiznitsky to fix the problem, things begin improving for Meredith, both personally and professionally.

First, her relationship with Vlad heats up to the sizzling point, then Meredith’s given the chance to snag a wealthy customer who could put her company’s bottom line permanently into the black. It seems like a dream come true until the persistent hacker turns her “Divine Desserts” website into an X-rated marketplace, the wealthy customer demands a discontinued decorative item or else no sale, and her relationship with Vlad begins to unravel under the pressure of her obsession with professional success.

For a woman who deals with creating intricate wedding cakes and luscious muffins, life has suddenly become the ultimate recipe for disaster.

 

Review: I adored Adore Me, pun intended. This romantic comedy had a few twists, and a sexy, intelligent hero you’ll fall head over heels with. It kept me laughing and turning the pages until I finished it in one sitting.

Independent, hardworking bakery owner, Meredith is focused on getting her new business off the ground. When her problematic computer is constantly on the fritz, her computer repair company sends a new worker. They strike up a banter, and the first date is set.

Vlad is not your average IT guy with his cleft chin, lithe body, and laid back approach to life. I couldn’t blame, Meredith for being interested in him. I loved his humor, kindness, and old-fashioned courting. There’s nothing sexier than a man who wines and dines the woman he’s interested in.