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Sift By L.D. Davis

The same roommate I’d had when I had first moved working as a pastry chef in a bakery across the bridge in New Jersey and I had Cade Caden was my on and off again boyfriend of four years I loved him even when I hated him Our relationship was hot and cold hard and fast sexy and heartbreaking It wasn’t until I was with Caden that I understood that passion could be just as terrible as it was beautiful I didn’t know until him that passion could make you burn as well as burn you Being with Caden was like being addicted to thrill seeki. I hate doing this but I can t finish this I hate the heroine she s so immature I don t care what happens to herAlso if you re going to add some spanish into the book please make sure to carry out proper research beforehand about the meaningstranslations of the words you re using Mierda it s not fuck it means shit And if you ask someone C mo est s it s highly unlikely that the other person is going to reply in a formal way Bien y usted if you re not using formal language to start withI can overlook the last one I m just really done with this bookNobody speaks like Che

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Ng adventures You know there is a danger in it and it makes your heart race and adrenaline pump into your body Sometimes you nail it and the rush is breathtaking and amazing Sometimes you miss and there is fear and regret in your heart as you fall to the unforgiving ground After one particularly hard fall I went home to Virginia for a long weekend That was where I became reacuainted with my brother’s old college friend Connor That’s when I learned that passion could be a slow sweet burnAnd it could incinerate me and turn me to ashe. I loved Sift from beginning to end No one tells a story like L D Davis tells a story Sift is no different than any of her other masterpieces Well there is a difference Darla Simpson s story revolves around her passion baking pastries and traveling around the world eating its fruits There s something about food the making of such that is just an aphrodisiac to me I m not a fan of re summarizing the summary as a review so I will note on what I loved about SiftI loved the vulnerability of each character the heroine s constant pursuit of fulfilling her dreams The reality that no matte

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The summer I graduated from high school I raced out of my small Virginian town to seek my culinary dreams in the big city I couldn’t afford New York City though so I settled in Philadelphia The City of Brotherly Love wasn’t The Big Apple but it had its charms and pockets of culinary splendor I hadn’t minded because it was only temporary After culinary school I planned to do as I’d been dying to do since I was a little girl and roam the earth and splurge on its fruits More than five years later I was still in Philly living with. I really liked this book even though the heroine was an immature pill who apparently can put men under her spell with a look I just liked it My mood when I read this was ready for a little angst and this was stuffed full of it Both heroes Cade and Conner are strong males and neither is a push over when it comes to our little ding dong Darla I will warn anyone who doesn t like the idea of cheating that it is in this over the top love triangle but some who may not be so black and white about cheating will view it as a gray area The author doesn t condone it you just have to come to


About the Author: L.D. Davis

LD Davis is a New York Times Bestselling author residing on the east coast of the United States with her family two cats and fish She enjoys wine audio books bursting into song like a Disney character and lounging on the beach



10 thoughts on “Sift By L.D. Davis

  1. says:

    I really liked this book even though the heroine was an immature pill who apparently can put men under her spell

  2. says:

    Melanie's ReviewWhen you binge read a book that ultimately leaves you with a huge book hangover at the end of it you know that you’ve had a damn good day That’s exactly what I did and what I’m still feeling after finishing LD Davis’ latest release Sift This was a second coming a revival to one of my all time favo

  3. says:

    45 Stars LD Davis is an auto buy author for me after reading her AOP series plus the spin offs and I was eagerly waiting the release of her next bookSift is told solely from Darla's POV and as the synopsis suggests has a love triangle which is one of my favourite type of reads Just like AOP this is an explosive love triangle with tw

  4. says:

    One you your best books ever I just pissed it took me this long to read

  5. says:

    253 stars Definitely not the best I've read by LD which makes me sad cause she usually knows how to bring on the angst Don't get me w

  6. says:

    I hate doing this but I can't finish this I hate the heroine she's so immature I don't care what happens to herAlso if you're going to add some spanish into the book please make sure to carry out proper research beforehand about the meaningstranslations of the words you're using 'Mierda' it's not 'fuck' it means 'shit' And

  7. says:

    Small town girl Darla a baker savant moves to the big city and begins an intense on again off again relationship with successful restaurateur Cade they’ve been playing this game for years It’s clear that these two people deeply love each other but their relationship also feeds their insecurities and when tempers bring situations to a boil they bring out the worst in each other leaving the burning uestion is love enough?After a particul

  8. says:

    I loved Sift from beginning to end No one tells a story like L D Davis tells a story Sift is no different than any of her other masterpieces Well there is a difference Darla Simpson's story revolves around her passion baking pastries and traveling around the world eating its fruits There's something about food the making

  9. says:

    This story was amazing This story was heartbreaking This story was astounding This story wrecked me It had me reaching for the tissue time and time again because I was crying so hard It's what I've come to expec

  10. says:

    This is my first book by this author and i tell you what this story kept me in its grasp long after i had to put it down to return to everyday life I adored our central female Darla she is so strong both emotionally and physically she goes through a big transition in this story to find out what she is worth and what she deserves She is a passionate character and one who knows when she has made a mistake as sometimes it is hard when the he

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