Today we have the blog tour for Lea Coll’s MS. BAKER, the second standalone book in the Eastern Shore series. Check it out and be sure to grab your copy today!
Title: Ms. Baker
Author: Lea Coll
Genre: Contemporary Romance, Friends to Lovers
About Ms. Baker:
Ever since Jack protected Samantha from a high school bully, the two have been friends. But she wants more from the sexy firefighter. Too bad Jack has always seen her as the shy sweet girl, who can’t stand up for herself.
She can’t resist his boyish smile when he stops by the bakery for coffee. Or stop herself from bringing baked goods to the fire station.
It’s time to prove she’s all grown up and can take care of herself.
And show him, she’s done being friends
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About the Author:
Lea Coll worked as a trial attorney for over ten years. Now she stays home with her three children, plotting stories while fetching snacks and running them back and forth to activities. She enjoys the freedom of writing romance after years of legal writing.
She grew up in a small town in Pennsylvania and currently resides in Maryland with her family.
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Review of Ms. Baker
Review (3.5 Stars): Ms. Baker was a delightful light-hearted romance that will definitely put a smile on your face. Samantha has always liked Jack but they have been stuck in the friend-zone for way too long. When vandalism strikes the marina that Jack’s family owns, it brings these two closer than they ever could have imagined. Samantha is ready to turn up the heat between these two but will Jack feel the same way?
I liked Ms. Baker and I thought that Samantha and Jack were a really cute couple together. This book was a good romance and an intriguing mystery about who was vandalizing the marina so Jack’s family would lose their current lease. I liked the chemistry between these two characters but I would say my only complaint was that Samantha seemed way too timid and had a very hard time standing up for herself. She developed confidence as the book progressed but it just felt a little off that she was so timid. Overall, I liked the story and the pacing of this romance and I’ve very interested to read her first book, Ms. Lawyer in the future.