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How do you know if a risk is worth taking? If you knew, there wouldn’t be any risk.

Following a disastrous appearance on a televised baking show, Sophie Copeland is certain things can’t get any worse. Several calamities later, Sophie finds herself in Green Valley, Tennessee, with no plan, no place to stay, and no prospects.

But, at least, she has a temporary seasonal arrangement with the famed Donner Bakery. And that's something, right? It's not permanent, and it's not a home, but it's still something.

Enter Joel Barnes, a Green Valley mystery wrapped in rumors and a whispered connection to the local notorious biker gang. Joel’s got a name for being bad news, but he also has an apartment for rent.

Intrigued by the dichotomy of Joel’s reputation and sexy Southern pull, Sophie can’t help but be tempted, even though she knows - given her (bad) luck - she should stay far, far away. Yet, as everyone knows, without risk, there’s no reward.

No Whisk, No Reward is a full-length contemporary romantic comedy, that can be listened to as a stand-alone, and is book three in the Donner Bakery series, Green Valley World, Penny Reid Book Universe.

©2019, 2020 Smartypants Romance (P)2020 Smartypants Romance

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so good

I've read and liked several of these books, but I was just so happy for the characters at the end of this book!

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No no no

A woman will NOT enjoy “back door” intercourse! The woman’s anatomy is not set up that way! A woman will allow a man to do that to her because he will enjoy that because his prostate encourages his member to stand at attention whenever that is activated! Ladies please do not take this book to heart there’s nothing wrong with you! In Health!!

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MEH

Let me just start by saying i adore all of the beard books by Penny Reid. When i saw that there were other books by other authors that took place in the same universe of Green Valley, I thought, oh how cool! Sooo reviews were mixed about this one. I should have listened. The story itself wasn't terrible and the narration wasn't awful but something about it was just...i don't know, boring, i guess. I don't know if it was the narrators voice or what but i found myself skipping through parts because i just didn't care. I didn't feel connected to any of the characters. I didn't feel like there was much chemistry. The whole thing was just kind of blah. The ending was satisfying, i'll give it that much BUT it was just not worth 10 hours of my life. Maybe 5...maybe....Honestly, if you're considering this one, don't waste your time.

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Shallow

This is my least favorite so far in the Smartypants world. The story was simple, slow, filled with moments that seemed unnecessary. Just dull.