Looking for something different to read than your regular romance fiction or your regular fantasy or science fiction? Well, you might want to try this book, The Crepe Makers’ Bond by Julie Crabfree. This is a book that one could relate to real life. It may not offer any form of escapism, but this book is a gem nevertheless, one you would not want to miss if you want a dose of logical story that is close to daily life.
While this book is nothing sensational or exaggerating, there’s some sort of enigma in each characters in this book. Not quite a book I would pick up to read on my normal days, but I’m glad I did picked this one up, for it does make me feel real good after reading it. This book is rather refreshing than the usual romance that I read.
I rate this book 3 out of 5 stars.
From the back of the book:
Ariel is the head chef in her kitchen. Cucumber salads, fettuccine carbonara, fish tacos, and peanut butter pie are just a few of the dishes she crafts when she’s feeling frustrated by the world. And it’s turning into a frustrating year. Ariel, Nicki, and M have been inseparable friends since they were kids, but now M’s mom has decided to move away. It’s the girls’ last year in middle school, and now they’re being separated?
The friends concoct a plan that will keep M in the Bay area—she’ll move in with Ariel and her family. But before you can say bff, the party is over. Everything M does gets on Ariel’s nerves, and it’s not long before the girls are avoiding each other. This as supposed to be their best year ever, but some painful lessons are threatening to tear their friendship apart. Can the girls scramble to make things right before the bond crumbles?