Sugar Plums for Dry Creek Lizette Baker moves to Dry Creek to start fresh and in addition to a successful business she finds love and renewed faith with single father Judd Bowman Original

  • Title: Sugar Plums for Dry Creek
  • Author: Janet Tronstad
  • ISBN: 9780373873395
  • Page: 130
  • Format: Paperback
  • Lizette Baker moves to Dry Creek to start fresh and in addition to a successful business, she finds love and renewed faith with single father Judd Bowman Original.

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    About "Janet Tronstad"

    1. Janet Tronstad

      Janet grew up in the wide open spaces of rural Montana and now lives in the urban spaces of Pasadena, California She s used both of these locations in her books Her Dry Creek, Montana series numbers over twenty novels now and her Pasadena books, The Sisterhood of the Dropped Stitches, number four.

    526 thoughts on “Sugar Plums for Dry Creek”


    1. This was my second book by this author. The first one didn't quite cut it for me, Dry Creek Sweetheart, so I stopped at about page, 100. If I didn't already have another one of her books, I may not have read another, but I did. This one was much better. I really connected with the characters and liked them. It was also a good story, though a little corny.I just may pick up another from the, Dry Creek Series.


    2. Lizette Baker opens a ballet studio, not a bakery in Dry Creek. Judd Bowman's cousin, Barbara, leaves her kids with him as she escapes her abusive husband. The kids, Amanda and Bobby, are the first to take lessons with Lizette for the Nutcracker Suite!


    3. Cute quick read. 2 children needing distraction from unsettling life with an abusive fatherey were left with their cousin for a few dayswhich ended up being months. Their distraction was Ballet lessons in a Cowboy town in Montana.


    4. 2.5 stars--LI Woman comes to a small town to open a ballet studio. Funny, but very light on spiritual message.



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