Drool Worthy Part 1 of 7

Rated 4.38/5 based on 8 reviews
Same GREAT story. New cover!
And now, part of a new series!!!

Drool Worthy Part 1 of 7A short story ~ A cute meet
Will all-work-and-no-play keep Marianne from finding a great guy? Or will the pastry chef be in exactly the right place when opportunity walks through the front door?

This short story is approximately 3,200 words long.
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About Tami Brothers

By day, Tami Brothers is the SuperVisor of a small group of superheroes, working for a well-known logistics company (Aim High!). By early mornings, lunch breaks, and early evenings; she reverts to Super Author with a number of short stories, novellas and full-length books under her cap(e).

Tami is wife to an avid golfer, and mother to two grown boys who are blazing their own incredible paths. In her free time, Tami has also branched out in to the cyberworld of travel and lifestyle blogging. Follow her blog as she searches for new and interesting places to add to her list of adventures. https://tamibrothers.com/blog/

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Reviews

Jutzie reviewed on Nov. 6, 2013

Drool Worthy by Tami Brothers
A Short Story
Marianne Michaels is busy with her new business, Drool Worthy. Speaking of which, the small towns most wanted bachelor, Jason Alexander, fits that description pretty well. Women threw themselves at the guys feet and even proposed to him. She was glad to be busy with her business and away from all that craziness.

This is a very short story that touches slightly on a romance to come. Caution: You may not want to read this if you are hungry. The mention of some of the goodies she's baking may have you reaching for something to munch.
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Annie Rayburn reviewed on Nov. 5, 2012

Some reviewers penalize an e-book for length, but I don't do that. For what this is - a short story - I thought it was well done. On Amazon it's listed as a 'cute meet' which is appropriate.

Sometimes I just need a quick reading fix and this story worked for me. I liked the characters and the glimpse into their beginning. I would read more from this author.
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Renee Pippens reviewed on Feb. 24, 2012

You are one of my seventeen year old daughter's favorite authors!
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Margaret (Literary Chanteuse) reviewed on Dec. 29, 2011

A nice story of girl meets hot guy, girl drools over hot guy and just maybe hot guy feels the same. I found the ending just a little abrupt but for a short story not a bad read.
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Linsey Lanier reviewed on Dec. 21, 2011

This book made my mouth water! And so did the hunky Jason Alexander--definitely drool worthy. A fun, uplifting read that will brighten your day. Tami Brothers is an up and coming talent.
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Pamela V. Mason reviewed on Nov. 4, 2011

What a sweet story! Ms. Brothers captures that first thrill a woman feels when she becomes aware that the guy she's attracted to is attracted right back - the first shiver of excitement that gets the romance rolling. Wish it were longer.
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Jason Richardson reviewed on Oct. 30, 2011

I enjoy a well written novel that is clean and carries a good story line, this is one of them. The novel ends leaving you hanging which I like, it gives me something to look forward to when the sequal comes out...there is one right?
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MaxineD reviewed on Oct. 29, 2011

Drool Worthy is a fun story with delightful characters. Ms. Brothers has a great “voice” in her writing and writes a fast-pace, tale where not only the goodies made in her bakery are drool worthy, but one of the shop’s visitors is too. She holds your interest from beginning to end. I thoroughly enjoyed this story and look forward to the one in November
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MaxineD reviewed on Oct. 29, 2011
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Drool Worthy is a fun story with delightful characters. Ms. Brothers has a great “voice” in her writing and writes a fast-paced tale where not only the goodies made in her bakery are drool worthy, but one of the shop’s visitors is too. She holds your interest from beginning to end. I thoroughly enjoyed this short short and look forward to the one in November
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