Ben's Bakery and the Hanukkah Miracle

Adult
Rated 4.00/5 based on 3 reviews
Adam Bernard has all the Jewish culture knowledge Ben needs. Ben Daniels has all the holiday trappings Adam craves. Their relationship was only meant to last the week of Hanukkah – but when the holiday’s over, are they really going to be able to say goodbye for good? More
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About Penelope Peters

Penelope Peters wrote her first story at the age of nine, based on a dream she couldn’t shake. This is probably why most of her romances usually include the weird and whimsical. Penelope has been happily married to her college sweetheart for nearly two decades, which is probably why her romances are practically guaranteed happy endings. Armed with her two kids, the cat, and her somewhat-trusty laptop, Pen’s traveled to more countries than you can count on two hands. (She’s very close to filling up that third.) Currently Penelope lives in Country of Residence #5, where she is surrounded by pierogi, pottery, and her collection of unfinished counted cross-stitch kits.

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Reviews of Ben's Bakery and the Hanukkah Miracle by Penelope Peters

Bruce H. reviewed on March 29, 2021

Very good story line and plot...very happy feelings in this book!! 5 stars!!
(reviewed 22 days after purchase)
Holly Sugarplum Twinkle Elf reviewed on Feb. 3, 2021

3.25 stars

Good story centring around the eight nights of Hanukkah.
I loved Ben and his desire to celebrate his festive holiday through his bakery and hold off supplying Christmas themed goods until after Hanukkah. He was sweet and I liked his back story and also the way he was with the kids.
Adam did everything in his power to be unlikeable. Every time I started liking h8m as a character he did something that made me dislike him again. Ben deserved better in my opinion. He was such a religious snob, which surprised me when his father was so accepting of other religions.
(reviewed 46 days after purchase)
Holly Sugarplum Twinkle Elf reviewed on Feb. 3, 2021
(no rating)
3.25 stars

Good story centring around the eight nights of Hanukkah.
I loved Ben and his desire to celebrate his festive holiday through his bakery and hold off supplying Christmas themed goods until after Hanukkah. He was sweet and I liked his back story and also the way he was with the kids.
Adam did everything in his power to be unlikeable. Every time I started liking h8m as a character he did something that made me dislike him again. Ben deserved better in my opinion. He was such a religious snob, which surprised me when his father was so accepting of other religions.
(reviewed 46 days after purchase)
Marge C. reviewed on Dec. 18, 2020

The banter between the MC's, with two great secondary characters, and with the kids in the hockey team made this story a lot of fun. And I was jealous of all the kids on the hockey team--I wanted some of those delicious baked goods, too!

Adam's disparagement of Ben's Jewishness made him an idiot more times than I liked, especially considering that Adam's father seemed to be an accepting rabbi. Everything seems to have worked out okay by the end, though I would have liked to enjoy that happiness a bit longer.
(reviewed 3 years after purchase)
ras7 reviewed on Aug. 13, 2020
(no rating)
Enjoy it"?.highly recommended
(reviewed 22 days after purchase)
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