Love at the Salted Caramel Cafe

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Sierra Blake has returned home to Mill Hollows, Virginia. She’s lost her job as a hotel marketing executive. She knew getting romantically involved with the son of the franchise owner was a bad idea. Turning down his marriage proposal left Sierra updating her resume and needing a change of scenery. Returning to the small football-loving town located in view of the Blue Ridge Parkway is definitely a change of scenery from the sultry heat and water sport enthusiast city of Tampa.  

Wes Carter is new to Mill Hollows and stirring up more than sediment and rocks for geology sampling upon meeting the beautiful Sierra Blake at the Salted Caramel Cafe.  

Fall in Virginia isn’t the only chill in the air. The last time Sierra saw her younger sibling, Roxie, the two didn’t exactly leave each other on the best of terms. Then again, they’ve butted heads since they were teenagers. Sierra and Roxie need each other more than either will admit.    

More than sweet treats and a perfect salted caramel latte abound in this cozy romance that will leave you craving sweater weather.

-Sarah R-Audible Review

All Around Sweet Romance 

This is about an all-American family that looks out for one another. There is the romance story line, but there is also a mom who fought cancer, a sister who in the middle of leaving an not-great-ex and a dad who just wants to look out for his family the best he can.
Sierra came home from a bad break up and has to figure out what is next in her life. At the same time, she meets Wes who is in town for 3 months and ends up renting a cabin on her parents property. Friendship leads to more very quickly, but he is only in town for 3 months and that complicates things.
Excellent narration to compliment the story. I was drawn to the book because of the title of the cafe, I love everything salted caramel, and this certainly did not disappoint.

1 review for Love at the Salted Caramel Cafe

  1. Patricia Reichardt

    Angie Ellington has taken us to the Salted Caramel Cafe, where Sierra comes home to when she needed to re-evaluate her life. Wes has come to the area for a temporary position, but when the sparks fly with Sierra, he may just have to change his mind. This is story is short, but is so well developed, it’s easy to entrench yourself into Sierra’s life. Meeting her sister, dealing with her parents and a possible relationship with this new man in town will keep you listening as things get moving. Her niece is adorable, and Sierra’s love for the Cafe and building a new future may just keep her in town now. Delve into this romance and enjoy Marie Chandler’s narration.

    Being my first experience with Marie Chandler as a narrator, I didn’t know what to expect. I found her voice to be very pleasant, her voices easily distinguishable and she drew me into the small town lives of this family. It’s a great listen!

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