Monday, November 5, 2018


Amara has always been the good girl, which is why she gave up her pastry chef job in Chicago to help out her parents’ bakery in East L.A. Being Mexican, her parents had an “unyielding grip on ‘simple’ and ‘traditional.” Then, one day, a guy she once knew as a kid returns to the old neighborhood. Everyone always said Eric was a troublemaker, a bad boy—one that had no business with a good girl like Amara. But how can being bad feel so good? 

But Amara is tired of being good, always listening to everyone else, so she decides to go after Eric.

Even though the two want to be bad together, they know that it could never lead to anything serious. So they make a pact: no strings attached for the duration of his visit.

Enjoyable and light-hearted. The characters felt real and authentic.

A deliciously sweet tale!

My rating: 4 stars

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