Rated Reads

For What It’s Worth

by Karey White

Rated: None

For What It’s Worth follows Abby Benson, wedding cake maker extraordinaire. After inheriting a home and some money from a favorite aunt, Abby opens her own cake shop with the help of handsome contractor Dane.

Abby decides to allow customers to pay what they think their cake is worth. Because of her unusual pricing, Abby and her cakes are catapulted into fame and success. But fame often comes with a price, and Abby must decide what the things in her own life are truly worth.

Reading Karey White’s books, like eating chocolate cake, is always satisfying and brings a smile to my face. For What It’s Worth is light, romantic and delicious. It’s a great pleasure read — sit down and get lost in the charming world of wedding cakes and love.

As an added bonus, each chapter starts with a recipe, so it’s a novel and short cookbook all in one.

Rated: None

— Reviewed by Teri Harman

Teri Harman is an author, reader and book enthusiast. Her young adult novel, Blood Moon, was published by Jolly Fish Press in summer 2013. She writes a biweekly column, Book Matters, for ksl.com and also contributes a monthly book segment to KSL’s #1 lifestyle show, Studio 5.

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