When I First Saw You #4

c87d2-when-i-first-saw-you-logoHello! I promise like I said before, there will be many more posts to come from all different bookish conversations to reviews, so follow by email or follow the way you usually follow to get posts before anybody else! Also, the reason I haven’t been blogging on both of my blogs is because I have been getting ready for Camp Nanowrimo! Also, I have been working on a total makeover for this blog!

“When I First Saw You” is a weekly linkup hosted by Sophie @ Sailing Through Books and co-hosted by Izel @ A Bookish Flower. You get to make your own synopsis based on the cover of the book

This Week’s Cover…

Title: 100 Days of Cake
Author: Shari Goldhagen
Publisher: Atheneum Books
Release date: May 17th
My Synopsis:

 Ava Asher works at her family’s bakery/diner, 5 Dines and a Pie, with her mom, her dad, and her three older sisters. She loves her at her family’s bakery, but she kind of wants to move away from 5 Dines and a Pie.

When Micheal Holt, the host of Ava’s favorite baking show, Taste or Be Baked, comes to 5 Dines and A Pie and he tries one of Ava’s pies, he falls in love and invites her to be on the show as a contestant. Her parents and her sisters are jealous of her, but Ava is super excited to go to California to be on the show.
Ava sees all of the incredible bakers that are going to be on the show, including a cute boy who also loves to bake named Bryce Piper. Will she taste the cake or will she be baked along with the losers?
The Real Deal:
  There are only three things that can get seventeen-year-old Molly Byrne out of bed these days: her job at FishTopia, the promise of endless episodes of Golden Girls, and some delicious lo mien. You see, for the past two years, Molly’s been struggling with something more than your usual teenage angst. Her shrink, Dr. Brooks isn’t helping much, and neither is her mom who is convinced that baking the perfect cake will cure Molly of her depression—as if cake can magically make her rejoin the swim team, get along with her promiscuous sister, or care about the SATs.

Um, no. Never going to happen.

But Molly plays along, stomaching her mother’s failed culinary experiments, because, whatever—as long as it makes someone happy, right? Besides, as far as Molly’s concerned, hanging out with Alex at the rundown exotic fish store makes life tolerable enough. Even if he does ask her out every…single…day. But—sarcastic drum roll, please—nothing can stay the same forever. When Molly finds out FishTopia is turning into a bleak country diner, her whole life seems to fall apart at once. Soon she has to figure out what—if anything—is worth fighting for.

I love my synopsis and the real one and I have to say, the real one sounds so good! She has to fight for her mother and plus, FishTopia?! Sorry, fish are cool. Anyway, I want to read this book so bad! It sounds so good and the cover is so awesome!



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