Review: Sweet Dreams, Baby by CJ Carmichael

Sweet Dreams Baby
(Love at the Chocolate Shop #12)
by CJ Carmichael

Three weeks ago, Portia Bishop mailed a letter to the father of her baby, Saddle Bronc rider Austin Bradshaw. It’s a letter she should have written a long time ago—like when she first found out she was pregnant, shortly after she ended things with Austin, dropped out of college, and went running to her family in Marietta, Montana.

Austin has loved Portia since he first laid his eyes on her in college. A year ago, he convinced her to do something impulsive and very romantic. Now, as he opens her letter, Austin has two reasons to return to Marietta–win back the heart of the woman he still loves and convince her he’s a good bet for a forever man and father.

Portia Bishop came back to Marietta and surprised her whole family, but never told them the reason why she returned. She worked at her aunt’s Copper Mountain Chocolate Shop and as months passed by, people began noticing her protruding belly. And soon, there was baby Zavy and Portia finally revealed the truth about her and her son.

Austin Bradshaw was thrilled to be reunited with the one that got away. But he got the shock of his life when he met his son instead. How could Portia hide this from him?

Sweet Dreams, Baby is the last book in Love at Chocolate Shop series and I love how it concluded. Finally, the readers know the real score and real story behind Portia Bishop’s pregnancy and her baby daddy. All throughout the series, I have really wanted to know more about Portia and her ordeal which was fervently discussed since book 1. I loved how everything finally came into place in the end, plus a bonus story about the missing Bramble jewels and Montana sapphires really made the whole book quite interesting and fascinating!

The Love at the Chocolate Shop series may have finally come to an end, twelve couples finally found love with the help of chocolates and pets. Big thanks and cheers to the wonderful authors who completed this journey. I promise I would forever be reading and meeting new and old faces in Marietta on the next books ahead.

 

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