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Paige Asher likes her men the way she likes her coffee: hot, slightly sweet, and only to-go. 

The hot friend-of-a-friend she had a scorching single night with was just about perfect - tall, rugged, with a sexy drawl...and on the road out of town by six AM the next morning. Long before her mom could start picking out wedding flowers. 

But now she can’t stop thinking about the Louisiana boy. His texts make her smile and she suddenly has a craving for gumbo all the time...hot and spicy and far from home. 

Mitch Landry had no idea Iowa would be so hospitable to a visitor. He knew the Midwest had a reputation for friendliness but his welcome gift - a sassy, sweet blond who is as no-strings-attached as he is - was a dream come true six months ago. 

But why is he still texting her? And why did he jump at the chance to come back to Iowa? And why is he so annoyed by her phobia to commitment this time? And why is he pretty sure leaving Paige this time is going to be one of the hardest things he’s ever done? 

Damn, is this what falling in love feels like? 

Oh, fu...fudge. 

* A cross-over between the Hot Cakes & Boys of the Bayou series 

* A prequel to Boys of the Bayou, Book 6 (less)

©2020 Erin Nicholas (P)2020 Erin Nicholas

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Great book

I loved this novella by Erin Nicholas and Lili Valente did a wonderful job narrating it. Great introduction to Mitch and Paige’s story and looking forward to listening to their full story next in Four Weddings and a Swamp Boat Tour.

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My Thoughts on Oh, Fudge

This was another fun, steamy, excellent listen from Erin Nicholas. It was on the shorter side, but that’s ok because there’s more of Paige and Mitch’s story to come. I felt like I got a good look at the connection and attraction between these two characters. I loved seeing the parallels between their family lives, yet there were important differences that contributed to Paige’s choice in the end. Can’t say I blame her either. And I found that I really liked these characters. Paige is a big animal lover and Mitch is a kind hearted guy who loves to help others. I think there’s more to both of them and I can’t wait to see that in their story.

This story was narrated by Lili Valente and I enjoyed her performance very much. She has a good energy to her voice and I not only like her for this character but paired with this author’s storylines and writing style. I feel like she does a great job narrating romantic comedy.

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You'll be craving fudge for days!

Oh, Fudge is a sweet budding romance between two people that always just wanted a light-hearted fling. Erin Nicholas knows just how to write the perfect blend of romance and sweet-talking sass! I adore both of these series and need Four Weddings and a Swamp Boat Tour in my greedy hands now!!! I loved the audiobook, and it made me laugh even harder the second time around.

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Paige and Mitch are awesome.

You take one yoga instructor/ cat lover/ and one hometown handyman and yeah.. you have one great fun listen. It also helps that the Boys from the Bayou make their presence known.
Loved it.

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A Mouthwatering Prequel

This is basically just a prequel, AKA a tease. It’s a chance for us to get to know Paige and Mitch and see how their story begins. Of course, their story actually began 6 months before this, when they first met and hooked up.

Mitch is hot and has that sexy Southern drawl. So far, he seems flirty, confident, and competent, just like the rest of the Bayou boys. I hope we find a more unique side of him in the full novel. Paige, on the other hand, is not into romance or relationships. This is unusual for heroines, which I love and sort of get. What I really relate to is how frustrating it can be when others judge your life choices.

As much as I love the Hot Cakes series, I cannot wait to see what happens when Paige is thrust into the world of the Bayou.

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A Great Insert in A Great Series

Oh Fudge kind of inserts itself into the Hot Cakes series. It follows the lives of Paige and Mitch. A little Iowa and Louisiana coming together. What started out as a no-strings, lets-have-some-fun relationship soon became more. It was super sweet, super funny and oh, so super yummy! I love the Hot Cakes series and Erin Nicholas work. I can't wait to continue on to Erin's books set in the Big Easy.

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Mitch and Paige - yes!

Mitch is from Autre, Louisiana, a tiny town on the bayou where he does general repair and anything else his family needs for the swamp boat tour company owned by his cousins. Mitch likes being behind the scenes taking care of things and he is not interested in forever despite the efforts of the girls in his home town. Paige owns a yoga studio/cat adoption center cafe in small town Appleby, Iowa. Paige is also not interested in forever despite her interfering family and being proposed to five times. Six months ago Mitch and Paige had a one night stand while he was in Iowa with his cousin and his cousin’s fiancée and now Mitch is coming back into town and plans to visit Paige. The story has hilarity, steamy scenes, sweet moments, and small town goodness. It is the perfect little love tale that begins Mitch and Paige’s journey towards their HEA as well as let’s us see how the other Sweet Cakes couples are doing. Mitch and Paige’s story is not just a fun and sexy novella in the Sweet Cakes series, it is also a cross over to Erin Nicholas’ Boys of the Bayou series (book 6). The book ends on a HFN and I cannot wait to read the rest of their HEA journey and visit all the characters from the bayou. An added plus is Lili Valente’s narration of this book! It kicks the story up a notch - especially her Louisiana drawl for Mitch - perfect.

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Fudging Wonderful!

This prequel novella for Paige and Mitch’s story by Erin Nicholas is the best kind of chick lit. Although all the titles and stories in Hot Cakes have had wit and humor, I think this is one of my very favorites. Paige is so relatable with her sass and her meddling family. You can tell they really want the best for her, despite being (a little) overbearing. She knows who she is and what she wants - a common theme in Erin Nicholas’s heroines that I adore. Mitch is the opposite to Paige in his laid back nature. I love his steadiness - it really helps ground Paige and give her a sense of home. Their meet cute at the beginning of the novella is adorable. The steamy scenes are organic and fun. All in all, it was a wonderful preview, with a fantastic narrator in Lili Valente. I highly enjoyed this as a prequel to their 4 weddings and a swamp boat tour novel and recommend this to any readers who love a fun, sassy story.

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Fun and steamy crossover story

This short novella was a fun, sexy romp that seamlessly blended the book worlds of the Hot Cakes series and the Boys of the Bayou. Paige and Mitch had a one-night stand six months ago and neither could stop thinking about each other. When their paths cross again, is it still just a fling or something more?

Lili Valente does the narration for this title and she has quickly become one of my favorites. She always puts so much fun and emotion into her characters and makes the story come alive for me.

Paige is full of sass and vinegar and she’s definitely a commitment-phobe. Her family is determined to meddle in her life and she hates it. Mitch is almost too good to be true. He’s gorgeous, kind and caring and selflessly offers to help wherever it is needed.

The heat between these two leaps off the pages. They are HOT!! Watching them try to navigate their feelings and try to sidestep all the town gossips is so much fun. Oh, Fudge was ooey, gooey, deliciousness and I cannot wait for Paige and Mitch’s full story in Four Weddings and a Swamp Boat.

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Two worlds coming together in one phenomenal book.

Wow. I love Oh, Fudge by Erin Nicholas. What's better than a story by Erin Nicholas? Well two stories by Erin Nicholas. In Oh,Fudge that's exactly what we get. The world of Appleby meets the world of Autre. In Oh, Fudge we get the Hotcakes series mixed in with Boys of the Bayou series. To me that equals a recipe of sweetness with spicy mixed in. If you haven't read the Hot Cake's series and the Boy's of the Bayou series all I can say is you don't know what you're missing. My advice is if you haven't read either series is GET TO IT!!! Start reading because these series are sweet and steamy. Add in heartwarming and funny with a sense of belonging to equal perfection.

In Oh, Fudge we get Mitch and Paige's story. What a story it is. Steamy meets sweet meets spicy. The perfect recipe for a great listen.
Mitch brings out a side of Paige that is more relaxed and open. The chemistry they have is undeniable. Oh and we get more Ellie from Boys of the Bayou. Ellie just makes me laugh. She's the best. I really love the journey we as the audience get to take with Paige and Mitch. I love that they would do anything to be together. I really felt as if I were a part of their story. I love how clear Lili Valente spoke. As she read the story I felt as if we were two people talking and not me listening. Listening to Oh, Fudge made my day easier. I could do what I needed and cook while being able to hear a book. Let me just say I'm hungry for Fudge.
I found myself laughing and having some serious heart swooning moments. I was captivated. I was left smiling and anxious to hear more about Paige and Mitch which we get in Four Weddings and a Swamp Boat Tour.

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  • Naty
  • 04-18-21

Free love

Can Mitch tempt Paige into moving to Lousianna to be free from her family medling and find her happily ever after? sexy love story. Great audiobook

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  • Tracy ~ Book Loving Pixies
  • 03-26-21

Love Mitch & Paige

I thoroughly enjoyed this introduction to Mitch Landry and Paige Asher.... it was a quick, fun, heat filled read and manoman.... where do we find ourselves a Mitch???

Paige is happy on her own. Living in a town where the goal seems to be ‘get married, have a family and settle’ she goes against the grain.... much to the disappointment of her family. She’s busy doing her own thing and having fun....

That’s were Mitch comes in - Lordy, this guy!!!! I adored him.
Paige did everything she could to hide the fact he was in town to see her and that lead to some craziness and a little soul searching on Paige’s side.

Mitch is a really great guy. He takes care of people, helps out whether it’s friends, family or strangers. He’s sweet but gods... he’s hawt and has a dirty dirty mind (and mouth!!). He’s just what Paige needs if she could look past all of her family’s interfering in her love life.

A girl who has been proposed to more times that she wanted needs someone who just wants her and some fun... Mitch can be that guy...can’t he???

I love Lili Valente’s books and her narration of fabulous!!!! I’m not often a fan of only one narrator but LV does a grand job!

Oh, Fudge is a great prelude to Four Weddings and a Swamp Boat Tour, and the new Boys of the Bayou book from Erin (which I cannot wait to listen to!!!) ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️

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  • Gillek2
  • 03-15-21

Mitch and Paige!

Paige is enjoying her life as it is as she enjoys her job, loves her family and her free spirit isn’t looking to be tied by love and marriage. She enjoys men but never for more than one night until Mitch comes into her life.

From Mitch’s first meeting with Paige there was no denying the chemistry between them and they both knew that one night was all they would have until he headed back to his hometown. Even though they haven’t seen each other since that doesn’t mean that they have forgotten about each other and they may just find out that their night together might just be a beginning rather than an end.

Paige and Mitch are the perfect mix of sweet and sexy and leave us wanting more of their story. Not only are they great characters but there is a great cast of secondary characters that enhance the story as well. I thought the narrator did a great job with both the characters and the story.