Town or country, coffee and something sweet could usually smooth out any problem with a deliveryman. ~excerptIf you enjoy the nostalgic, warm feeling of a small-town, you’ll like The City Baker’s Guide to Country Living. It’s a sweet, fun, mouth-watering audio-story, delving into friendships, romance, mystery, and lots of yummy foodstuffs! You might even put on a pound or two just by reading/listening.The waltz held the feeling you get when you finish a well-loved book. It left me longing for something I couldn’t name. ~excerptAuthor: Louise Miller is a pastry chef who lives and works in Boston, which gives the story weight and believability. She is talented and inspiring.Audio Narration: Jorgeana Marie does a nice job of narrating this story, with a pleasant and versatile voice and inflection.Audio Production Quality: The production quality of this audio book is clear, with no distracting background music, static, or skips.Overall opinion: This is a feel-good type of story, almost saccharine sweet, with likeable and relatable characters. The book/audio-book flows nicely and gives a somewhat predictable, yet satisfying end. I’m now yearning to visit and enjoy the flavors of New England.4 Stars!Publisher: Penguin AudioAudio Length: 10:308 compact discsPages (printed length): 352ISBN: 978-0735209831First Lines: The night I lit the Emerson Club on fire had been perfect for making meringue.I received a complimentary copy of this audiobook via BloggingForBooks.