Review: Master Baker (Bro Code #4) by Pippa Grant

Master Baker

Master Baker

(Bro Code #4)

by Pippa Grant

He’s a master baker with a big…cannoli.

They call me the sugar whisperer.

Anything your tongue desires, I can bake it. Scones? Child’s play. Cupcakes? I’ll frost them so good you won’t know what hit you. Donuts? Please.

You’re talking to a master baker.

But there’s one egg I’ve never been able to crack.

My best friend.

Correction: My former best friend.

She’s the apple in my pie. The whip in my cream. The lemon in my meringue. The wish in my bone.

She’s the one who got away.

After ten years in the military, she’s back. She’s bruised and battered by life, but she’s back.

Except she’s not my second chance. She’s gone to the dark side.

Running a rival bakery in a town not big enough for two.

So now I have to decide—which do I want more?

My bakery?

Or the woman I never should’ve let go of in the first place?

Master Baker is a deliciously fun friends-to-enemies-to-lovers romantic comedy featuring a smooth-talking baker, the one who got away, and a goat with more matchmaking tendencies than a nosy old grandpa. It stands alone with no cheating or cliffhangers.


5 Master Baker Stars

Master Baker is the fourth book in the Bro Code Series by Pippa Grant. This like all of Pippa’s books, was a joy to read. She really knows how to get you hocked so that you just can’t put the book down.

Grady Rock, the Master Baker, runs the only bakery in Shipwreck. He’s cakes are to die for and people come as far as Cooper Valley for his Banana Donuts. So when out of the blue his childhood friend and love of his life if anyone is asking, arrives back into town and announces that she is opening her own bakery one town over in Sarcasm! Well Grady is not impressed to say the least.

Annika Williams has arrived home after serving in the military, to her mother being blind and promising to help make her dream of a bakery a reality. One problem she can’t cook and this just happens to be one of many problems that fall in her lap along the way.

“You say chaos,” I tell her. “But the things that take us by surprise are what make life interesting.”

As with all Pippa’s books her secondary characters make her book brilliant. I laughed, I cried, I couldn’t put it down and I highly recommend picking this book up to escape the reality of the world right now!


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