THE TOAST BITCHES
Rating: 3 Cups
Small-town Hana Shields becomes the fourth member of The Toast Bitches when she takes a job with Dempster Media in New York. Along with Connie, Pepper and Paige, Hana is part of a foursome of friends that love, laugh, and cry over the men in and out of their lives.
As publisher for Dempster Media, John Preston makes it a priority to provide a safe and fun working environment for his employees. He is especially concerned and maybe a little jealous of Hana’s relationship with another staff member, and keeps close tabs on her well-being.
Adam Wylde is every girl’s fantasy, and Hana is no different, stumbling and bumbling every time he is around. However, her prince may be more than she bargained for, and it is quickly getting out of hand. At the same time, the other ladies in their group are experiencing their own personal upheavals. Romance can be pretty scarce when there are kids, ex’s, and inattentive husbands in the mix, and these ladies are trying to find the answers in their own special ways.
The bond of best girl-friends is hard to compare, and The Toast Bitches highlight its best and worst qualities. The women in this story are a prime example of the trials we all face as wives, mothers, and friends, which makes them easily identifiable to readers. The quantity of characters is hard to keep track of, but their lives make for an entertaining read. The eroticism is minimal, but very well done, adding a definite spark to the storyline.
Reviewer for Coffee Time Romance & More